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More Eurobike 2009 photos: Components and colors!

Cüneyt has kindly uploaded 16 more pages of photos from Eurobike 2009, this time featuring components and accessories. Check out the Crankbrother pedals that match Truvativ cranks and SRAM select components to bring bag matching color coordination to a whole new level. Visit MTBTr to view the full set. You can find more Eurobike 2009 read more »

Eurobike 2009 photos

Update September 2009: Please visit this page for a current survey of Eurobike 2009 photos. The folks at the Turkish mountain bike website MTBTR.com are at Eurobike. As usual, they have lots of photos pushed online: 3 pages of Eurobike Demo Day photos and 16 pages of Eurobike bike photos. Road Bike Review’s Brad Roe read more »

More Eurobike photos and commentary

* The world’s largest bike show is done, and Specialized Bicycles marketing guy Chris Matthews posted his show summary to his blog, along with some lovely photos of the show (and they’e not all Specialized bike shots). * Bike Biz reports more vendors, more booth rentals, and more show visitors for the 2009 Eurobike show read more »

Eurobike 2009 Photo Gallery

Cuneyt has posted hundreds of photos from Eurobike 2009 to MTBTr.com. He has 22 pages of pure mountain bike porn posted so far. Here’s Cuneyt with Gary Fisher (in his brand new tartan outfit that he’ll also where to Interbike) and Joe Breeze. Photo courtesy MTBTr.com. Eurobike photos: MTBTr components MTBTr Mountain bikes Carlton Reid, read more »

More Eurobike photos — parts and stuff

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, read more »

Hump Day

Happy Hump Day, all! Eurobike 2009 photos, with an interesting bodice ripper ad from Lazer Helmets. US Pro photos. On a custom-made bicycle built for five, the Harrison family of Mount Vernon, Ky., pedaled on the edge of Folly Road on Tuesday, trailed by heavy slow-lane traffic that steered around them. They’re on their way read more »