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

On display behind glass was a Nicolai UFO-ST
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Clavicula crankarms
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Removable plates make for easy pin access
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Mmmm… more ti!
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Crank Brothers’ long-awaited Cobalt crankarm
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The Cobalt crankarms mate a stainless steel cap to an aluminum base
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Crank Brothers is rapidly running out of bits to turn into titanium
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Deda’s excellent DAVS Monobox carbon fibre chainstay assembly
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Elite launched a new stationary trainer design
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Oh, did I forget to mention
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K2’s Mod 6.0 provides great value
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Full carbon construction
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Full suspension mountain bikes
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Much of Litespeed’s 2006 frame tubing
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The Primavera is Luciano’s premier road bike
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Unique downtube gusset
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Luciano utilises composite seatstays
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Rafael Luciano stands proudly
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Two new oversized stems are available for Maverick’s DUC 32 dual-crown fork.
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Maverick displayed a custom purple-anodized version
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One display bike sported a Reynolds carbon fibre tubular mountain bike wheelset
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The compression and Floodgate dials on Rock Shox’s prototype
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Rock Shox also had a prototype single-crown freeride fork on display behind glass.
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Seven also introduced a 6.5” travel version
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As is typical with Seven’s ti-carbon joints,
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Seven incorporates a carbon fibre top tube and seat tube
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The additional reinforcing strut on SRAM’s new road brake caliper
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Truvativ cooked up a full carbon fibre crankset
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Again, the front derailleur is a nicely finished piece of kit.
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SRAM’s new levers are pretty radically shaped...
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You may have seen these already,
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SRAM’s new road rear derailleur
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SRAM’s incredible robots were handcrafted by an artist in Japan
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Perhaps you missed it the first time,
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Luciano specs their bikes with a mix of top-end componentry,
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Neat welds and tidy joints
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The Colibri is Temple Cycles’ premier road bike,
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Um...can you maybe make that just a smidge more red?
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Custom-anodized Nokon housing, anyone?
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Custom-tanned leather cover
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This very cool-looking prototype machined titanium dual-pivot road brake caliper was spotted on a display bike.
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Tune’s carbon chainrings
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Complex machining
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Zero Gravity’s new crankset was still in the development stages
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