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Eurobike 2022 | The very best weird and wonderful tech from day 1

Eurobike 2022 | The very best weird and wonderful tech from day 1

Eurobike is the world’s biggest cycling trade show and its cavernous halls offer an embarrassment of riches for the tech-hungry cycling nerd. With everything from…

Wednesday, Jul 13

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Eurobike is the world’s biggest cycling trade show and its cavernous halls offer an embarrassment of riches for the tech-hungry cycling nerd.

With everything from tiny OEM manufacturers to mega-brands exhibiting 500+ different bikes, navigating the Escher-like Frankfurt Messe is a challenging task.

Mercifully for you, our dear readers, BikeRadar has a team on the ground to pick out the most interesting tech from this year’s show.

Below is a small selection of what we’ve seen so far with plenty more to follow in the coming days. Stay tuned. New Busch + Müller IQ-XM StVZO light

The Busch + Müller IQ-XM is a new StVZO-compliant bike light for road cycling that is powered by an external battery.

While the brand already produces a number of dynamo e-bike and all-in-one bike lights that use a shaped beam, this is the first StVZO light from the brand that is powered by an external battery.

This will make it a good choice for road or gravel cyclists that prefer a shaped beam and require long battery life.The light is available with a standard bar mount and an out-front style mount.The light will be available in two mounting options at launch.Speaking to BikeRadar, a Busch + Müller spokesperson said that the light was developed following demand for battery-powered StVZO-compliant lights and hinted its range may expand in future. Maxxis Forekaster Maxxis’ new Forekcaster XC tyre took centre stage on the brand’s expansive booth.The tyre bridges the gap between the purely XC-focussed Aspen and the gnarlier Minion range – […]

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