And here’s a sort of un-ordered collection of things that caught my eye at Eurobike this year, but that don’t fit into any particular story. I hope you enjoy them. Feel free to comment… Chipps The Genesis 29er - we've seen it before, but now it has a name: Fortitude A for-charity fundraiser by CK. Inspired by a Japanese review that said that of the Chris King hub; "It rolls good with angry bee sound" It's a Cube, in bright, but good colours and with neat cables. Do not adjust your set. Doesn't look good with a hangover though. Endura is 20 this year and celebrated with a cake and IPA Mmm... '70s muscle-car paint anyone? The Claw and the Rey It's fashion Jim. But not as we know it Joe Murray walking the aisles Cadel is somewhere in that scrum Charge Bikes stand and hosts for many UK bike industry folks to have a beer one night We can see Cotic, DMR, Polaris, Road CC (and our own 'C.C.' all in this shot We'd like the set please! Seen on the Enve booth. Sweet Crema Cycles were true to their name and gave us great espresso Big thigh owners only... It's like the French exchange all over again OK Chris, give me 'the tiger' Everyone enjoys helping their boss feel even more embarrassed and King's Chris Distefano is no exception, holding this flashgun for some random Chris King interview 'I'm still enjoying it...' Late night youngsters getting down. Us old folks were stood round the edge (or home in bed) There's at least one Red Bull sponsored rider there, along with Gracia and more How do we think this looks compared to the Niner fork? 29in Dugast tyres and a bike called 'Anakin' - how can you lose? Great limited edition Raleigh (from Raleigh International) that doubtless we won't see in the UK. And another... It's been so long since down tube shifters that they look appealing - because we've forgotten what a pain they were Look again - closer this time And you thought 650b had gone away. KHS is keeping the 'tween 26 and 29in size alive Would you ride a 'Radon - Black Sin'? This is the KTM stand, that takes up about 5% of one of the 15 halls... It's a BIG show Electric assist, all mountain bike. There were quite a few there. Liteville. They're popular in Europe... A carbon electric-assist Corratec If you've got it, flaunt it... Related posts Clothing Review: Endura adds a new ‘Pullover’ option of its popular MT500 Waterproof Jacket – but is it more comfortable? by Wil Barrett - March 7, 2018 9:00 am Sponsored 10 February Online Deals – Snowmageddon Savings! by Andi Sykes - February 27, 2018 4:05 pm Kona Surprises With The Return Of The All-New 2019 Satori Full Suspension Mountain Bike by Hannah Dobson - February 20, 2018 8:01 am Online Feature Wil’s Top 5 Products Of 2017 – The Singletrack Editors’ Choice Awards by Wil Barrett - February 17, 2018 9:00 am Clothing Review: Endura’s MT500 Waterproof Trousers Claim To Keep You Dry by Wil Barrett - January 10, 2018 2:07 pm All 55 Bikes From EVERY Fresh Goods Friday In 2017 – And Only 3 Are e-Bikes! by Wil Barrett and Hannah Dobson - January 1, 2018 11:00 amComments (7) tang September 6, 2011 at 9:47 amThanks! the FRM looks tasty. tang September 6, 2011 at 9:48 amMaybe hope could do a ringtone? HoratioHufnagel September 6, 2011 at 10:30 amLiteville looks neat. Can we get them over here? Alcopop September 6, 2011 at 10:57 amGreat pics keep em coming agree that FRM looks very nice Mister P September 6, 2011 at 11:01 amMy favourite sight at Eurobike was the two German chaps having a beer and a cigarette at around 9.30am. Breakfast of champions. chipps September 6, 2011 at 11:52 amPlenty more pics, including some of the more odd-ball ones still to come. The breakfast of choice at where we stayed seemed to be ‘cola-beer’ – half of each.There were a couple of UK distributors sniffing around Liteville. speaker2animals September 6, 2011 at 12:45 pmI’ll take an FRM and a back up Fortitude please.Comments are closed.