BMC presented this golden hued bike to recently crowned Olympic road race champion Greg Van Avermaet.
The Belgian rider had a superb summer, grabbing the yellow jersey at the Tour de France, then capturing the road race in Rio. For that he earned this bigger than life sized display inside the BMC trade show booth at Eurobike.
Don’t lose your head.
Lazer also launched a new aero road helmet. Meet the tear drop-shaped Bullet with closable vents. On hot days slide open the vents for better air flow. Come the mad dash to the finish or town limits sign, slide the vents closed for max aero efficiency.
Meet the Prolight Techlace from Giro, a 150-gram ultra high end road shoe that employs Giro’s new techlace technology where laces are combined with Velcro straps. They can be yours for a mere $500 and will be in stores April 1, 2017, no fooling. They also come in white if this bright yellow number doesn’t work for you.
Wahoo has revamped its popular Kickr Power Trainer. Enhancements include more accurate power measuring, reduced noise level, higher gradient simulation that now goes to 20 percent, and 2000 watts max power just in case your last name happens to Greipel, Kittle, or Cavendish.
On the other end of the spectrum, bag maker Ortlieb wants to help you see the world.
Dreamy lines from Colnago.
Putting a new twist on the roller suitcase. No word yet on an “e” version.
Reynolds has new aero road wheels in three depths 46mm, 65mm, and 80mm. The revised rim shape is claimed to save 3-4 watts and they are all tubeless ready. No brake track and disc only on 46mm depth. The 65mm comes in both rim and disk. The 80mmis rim brake only for the tri and TT market. Price is $2599 for disc and $2499 for the rim brake set-ups. Graphics are water slide so they don’t affect aero performance and wont peel off. Availability is set for January.