This Propain Rage Carbon was turning heads in the X Fusion booth.
Kali have two new low-profile knee pads in the works, the $85 USD Strike (left), and the $65 Mission (right).
DMR has a new build kit for their 160mm Sled - highlights include a coil EXT Storia shock, TRP brakes, and a Reynolds wheelset, with a price tag of 6500 Euro.
The fastest XC bike in the world.
The new Xpedo Neo GFX has a composite cage around the clip-in mechanism, and a claimed weight of 440 grams.
Who doesn't need a Park Tool spork hanging from their workbench?
Transition had their 2018 lineup on display, with a Sentinel frame mounted on top of a graphic that illustrates their SBG concept.
The new Instinct has 29' wheels, 140mm of travel, and Rocky Mountain's Ride-9 adjustable geometry system.
Liteville's 301 has gone through multiple revisions over the years - the current model uses EightPins' integrated dropper post.
A look inside the EightPins integrated dropper. The post's 'pins' sit into the grooves that are milled into the stanchion tube's walls; they retract when the lever is depressed, allowing the post to drop down.
Dartmoor's new Bluebird Pro 29 has, as you'd guess, 29" wheels, and 130mm of travel delivered by a single pivot suspension layout.
There was a wide variety of body armor on display at Eurobike, much of it designed to be lower profile and less obtrusive than the Stormtrooper-esque suits of the past, including this top from iXS.
BMC's Speedfox 01 has a mechanism that controls the shock's low-speed compression settings depending on if the seat is raised or lowered. When it's all the way down, the shock is fully open, and when the post is extended the shock is put into a firmer setting.
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