Eurobike 14 – Day 4.3

Round three from the halls and corridors of Eurobike for today.

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GPS and navigation giants Garmin were showing off their helmet camera.

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For 2015 the SR Suntour RUX DH fork gets minor tweaks and a flat crown.

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Swedish protection brand POC were showcasing some crazy tech on their mountain and road helmets…

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QR codes to allow passers by to get emergency contact info from your body as you lie in a pool of your own blood & a crash sensor that will text your mum that you’ve fallen off unless you tell it not to.

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Also on POC lids was the option to run an emergency trigger that will send a message containing your whereabouts to a pre-determined contact. Ideal for those who ride alone?

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Sadly Polygon are still without a UK outlet for their DH bike. Just over 4000 Euro would get you on in Germany though…

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The Mondraker Summum has been fully tweaked to suit it’s new 275 wheels. When asked about a carbon one in development there were knowing looks exchanged…

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The 0mm stems are still available aftermarket, but their all-mountain bikes are specced with a more conservative 30mm offering.

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The full carbon Foxy shares the geometry of the alu version but is lighter, stiffer and perfect for Enduro.

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The Canyon Torque is getting a little longer in the front for next year. We have one on test at the moment so keep your eyes on the site for a full review soon.

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Canyon were also showing a full suspension road bike that senses the terrain and takes the sting out of those cobbles.

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We still fondly remember the TV series from Pashley…

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Retro Camelbak – rocking for 25 years!

 

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