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Interbike show, Las Vegas, USA, September 26-30, 2005

Yup, it’s the actual one that he used,
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The name says it all...
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The ATAC line has been updated
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Time’s new AXS crankset
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Time chose to mount the AXS crankset bearings
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The RXR has some seriously complex shapes
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...ditto for the RXR head tube.
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I know it sounds cliche
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The VXRS Ulteam incorporates carbon matrix composite
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Zipp’s 303 rim
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Zipp’s new 185 bottom bracket uses a 6/4 titanium spindle
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Zipp will offer
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Unique collet clamping arrangement
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The new VukaAero
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VukaAero forearm pad
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The VukaClip also uses the collet clamping setup,
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Easton’s Havoc seatpost
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Easton put together the Havoc AM
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The new Easton bar
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Easton showed off a prototype TT/Tri bar
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Easton’s XC One hubs
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The XC One
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This Ibis Mojo
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The new Ibis Mojo Carbon
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They say that engineers make things that work
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This one doesn’t look half bad, either!
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Giant has done away with the “shock basket” design
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Not to knock the guys at Tektro or anything,
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One of the best things about Interbike
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