Our crew brings you all the hottest gear from Sin City
The summer's glut of trade shows is over, our weary US team are recovering from the marathon of travel and we have lots of tasty new goods to share with you.
Held in Las Vegas, NV every September, Interbike sees tens of thousands of people in the bicycle industry descend upon the over 300,000 sq. ft. Mandalay Bay Convention Center, packed full of the latest bikes, components, clothing, riding gear and gadgets with 750 companies repping over 1,400 different brands.
Check out our round-up of this year's coverage below.
Rotor spins out direct mount Q-Rings and new mountain cranks
Wolf Tooth Components out-gears SRAM and Shimano
When it comes to the arms race that is drivetrain development, it’s usually a two-sided battle between SRAM and Shimano. SRAM, arguably, has the upper hand at the moment with its 1x12 Eagle drivetrain and 1x11 groups at every price point.
Fuji Rakan 27.5+ 3.1 first ride review
4iiii brings power to the trails with new Precision Pro power meter
Silca expands line with new tools and mountable mini pump
2017 Eddy Merckx EM525 Disc Performance first look
Garmin and Shimano Di2 can now control bike lights
Riders who have Shimano Dura-Ace Di2 and a new Garmin Edge computer can now control certain ANT+ bike lights with the buttons on the tops of Di2 hoods. Garmin announced a few new updates to the Edge 520, 820 and 1000 computers on the first day of Interbike.
Pinion P1.12 12-speed gearbox first ride review
While the promise of gearboxes has been on the horizon for seemingly forever, Pinion has taken one realistic step closer to this becoming reality with its frame-mounted P1.12. Sitting between the cranks, it claims a huge gear range, less maintenance and better efficiency than any internally geared system before it.