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Saturday, September 06, 2008
By Yokota Fritz


In my earlier Eurobike post, I misidentified one of the sites as Mountain Bike Review. I was mistaken -- MTBTR.com is actually a Turkish mountain bike magazine. I don't read Turkish, but the site looks pretty slick.

The folks from MTBTR are at Eurobike 2009 and now they've posted seven pages of photos of components, parts and accessories. There's an interesting 15 mm quick release adapter from Crank Brothers, and the usual assortment of carbon fiber cranks, shiny wheels, colorful rims (from Crank Brothers and others), brakes, tires, forks, saddles, handlebars and other goodies.

There's some nice bike porn over at Maglia Rosa, the German MTB News website has lots of video coverage if you can understand German and plenty of photos if you don't, and a ridiculous quantity of bike porn at the Italian edition of the Picasa photo sharing service.

Other notes... Reminder -- I'm giving away the Monkey Electric bike lights this next week, so watch for the contest announcement. I'll be at Interbike in Vegas in a couple of weeks. And finally, I have a bike for sale that I'm probably asking too much for. How much do you think a one year old Raleigh One Way should sell for?

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On the One Way, seems a fair price.

The 2009s are just around the corner, so it's really 2 model years old, but it looks in great shape.
 
Thanks for the note, Len.
 
hi Fritz,
thanks for mentioning MTB-News.de.

Some of the videos are also in english language, e.g. NS Bikes and Norco (presented by Ryan Leech). Also a part of the Specialized presentation was done by Matt Hunter and is in english language, too.
Cheers
Tom
 
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