Geared 2016 bike show gallery

Our pick of the new bikes and kit on display at UK cycling trade expo

With a plethora of products from UK distributor Moore Large, the Geared 2016 trade show has new kit from established brands like Knog and Forme, plus some eye-catching gear from new acquisitions Polygon, O'Neal, and Azonic. 

From the brand-spanking new to the subtly updated, we've collated the standout products that will be gracing a bike shop near you in the near future, if they're not there already.

Related: London Bike Show 2016 mega gallery

Highlights include the Infocrank power meter, which records accurately from both the left and right crank, a prototype reflective jacket from ProViz, new enduro boots from Lake and one of the loudest-looking helmets we've ever seen from O'Neal. That's not to mention the bikes! 

On the road side of things there's the eye-catching Moda Interval, a time-trial or triathlon bike that can be built up according to individual specs. At the mountain bike end of the spectrum there's the new Polygon Colossus N9, an all-mountain carbon steed designed to tackle technical trails. Meanwhile the trail-oriented full-sus Forme Lathkill retails at £2600 and is one of the key models from the Moore Large in-house brand. 

Last but not least – and probably likely to be the most polarising bike at the show – is the Peugeot EFB01 – a rigid electric fat bike. Yes, stop wincing, you read that correctly…

Aoife Glass

Women's Cycling Editor
A mountain biker at heart, also drawn to the open road. Likes big long adventures in the mountains. Usually to be found in the Mendip Hills or the Somerset Levels in the UK. Passionate about women's cycling at all levels.
  • Discipline: Mountain, road
  • Preferred Terrain: Rocky, rough and a long way from anywhere.
  • Current Bikes: Liv Avail Advanced Pro 2015, Juliana Furtado 2013, Canyon Roadlite AL
  • Dream Bike: Juliana Roubion, Liv Avail Advanced SL
  • Beer of Choice: Red wine for the win!
  • Location: Weston Super Mare, Somerset, UK

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