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Cybro Introduces Updates & Demos for Eurobike

Jul 8, 2022
by cybroindustries  
From July 14th to 17th, the Bassano del Grappa-based company will once again be present at the bike's most important international trade fair in Frankfurt, with all its bike models available for drive-testing


After extremely positive feedback last year, Cybro has decided to replicate its experience at Eurobike again this 2022. The most prestigious international trade fair in the bicycle industry will take place this year from Thursday, July 14th to Sunday, July 17th in Frankfurt, with cyclists and enthusiasts expected from all over the world.

Cybro will go to Germany in full, that is, with all 6 of its models available on the market, which will be on display and, for the first time, also all drive-testable by anyone who might be interested. Model No. 1, the track-criterium bike; No. 2, the muscle and electric city bike; No. 4, the racing bike; No. 5, the gravel bike; No. 6, the hardtail MTB; and No. 7, the full-suspended e-MTB.

Compared to the original designs, however, the Bassano del Grappa-based company - which also won an award in the components category at last year's Eurobike thanks to its innovative "Cybro Belt Pass," the system for opening and closing the frame at the wheel fulcrum - will present a few new features and tweaks to some of its models. The most important change will concern the MTB hardtail, which will arrive in Frankfurt with a new look and a revolutionized, reinforced, stiffer and torsion-resistant frame so that it will have the least amount of power loss.

The track-criterium model, the city bike and the e-MTB, on the other hand, will be at the fair with both the belt drive and the chain drive. And speaking of the No. 7, a smaller front sprocket has been fitted, from 55 teeth to 46, so as to increase the space separating the sprocket from the ground and decrease the possibility of receiving dangerous blows. No. 5, the gravel bike, on the other hand, will feature a new handlebar, a riser, more suitable for commuting.

As mentioned, all bicycles will be testable. Test-drive models are made to average sizes, but Cybro has the distinctive character of creating and designing its frames completely tailored to the customer, after a careful biometric study of the cyclist. Therefore, at Eurobike people will be able to touch Cybro's creatures, get an idea of what it can offer, and have their own bicycle created ad hoc.

(Images are from model No. 6, the MTB hardtail)



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