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.
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…