British dirt riding company DMR were displaying their new Drone Reptoid jump bike at the 2009 Eurobike trade show, as well as a range of pedals, saddles, rims and cranks.
Using geometry closely matching that of the DMR Team bikes, the Reptoid comes with DMR’s lockjaw seatpost and saddle, 80mm-travel Marzocchi Dirt Jumper fork and Tektro’s Novela cable disc brakes.
DMR’s new double-butted 898 dirt jump frame is available in both 24in and 26in wheel sizes. With an integrated headset and priced at £375, the frames come with sticker packs for you to fully customise the look of your dirt riding rig.
DMR have introduced fluoro cranks for 2010 with skulls graphics. Watch out for fluoro pedals to follow in 2011.
Atomlab introduced a two-piece aluminium crankset at the show which is available in geared and singlespeed modes.
These American-made forks take the sting out of dirt and street riding. Both have 60mm of travel. The GI60 version has chromoly lowers, with the lighter Pimp 60 getting hard-anodised CNC-machined lowers.
Atomlab were also displaying their new lightweight Suprelite 26in rim. It’s also available in 24in.
The Atomlab Pivotal saddle and seatpost combo is built for slamming.
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