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Trail & Enduro Bike Highlights from EUROBIKE 2017

It’s that time of the year again, the products for the new season are presented at the EUROBIKE 2017. Although many well-known manufacturers are no longer represented at the fair, the EUROBIKE remains one of the most important appointments in the bike sector, with 1.400 exhibitors flooding in from all around the world. We are obviously here to show you the most important new bikes from the show.

Highlights from EUROBIKE 2017 – Part 1

At EUROBIKE 2017 there are tonnes of new products that deserve a close look and we picked out the most exciting ones for you. Here’s part 1 of our highlights roundup from EUROBIKE 2017.

First Ride Review: Nukeproof Mega 275 Carbon

If you want to keep a new bike secret, the last thing you should do it is to give it to Sam Hill to ride in the EWS and World DH Champs. The lack of welds on Sam’s various race bikes was a dead giveaway to sharp eyes in the pits – a Nukeproof Mega 275 Carbon was coming. It was the classified bike that everyone knew about, and now it’s here.

The hottest 2018 Trail and Enduro Bikes – that you won’t see at EUROBIKE

When EUROBIKE 2017 opens its doors next week, all eyes will be on Friedrichshafen. However, many brands have turned their backs on the world’s biggest bike show, relying instead on their own presentations and in-house exhibitions. So here are the most important trail and enduro bikes of the coming season, which you will NOT see at EUROBIKE.

Money Talks, Bullshit Walks: Seven Trail Bikes around € 3,000 in Review

It’s easy to make a dream bike. Gifted with unlimited funds, brands can hang only the best components on their frames, carbon this, kashima that, with every part chosen without concern of increasing cost. But what about the more affordable end of the spectrum, where money talks, and bullshit walks?

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