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Eurobike show - Part 8, Germany, August 30-September 5, 2007

Rotor's new S1 hits the scales at just 99g
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The S1 is built around Rotor's new Double Thread Technology
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These ultralight bar ends from Rotor
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Rotor is firming launching into the lightweight component category
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Naturally, parts will be available in anodized colors
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The yet-to-be-release seat post
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Rotor expands its Q-Ring offerings
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…as well as new road compact sizes.
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Rotor continues to supply Dutch 'cross powerhouse
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Vos even gets her own 53T size
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Shimano's new Dura-Ace carbon crankset
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The FC-7800C utilizes hollow carbon fiber arms
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A minimalist aluminum spider insert
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The new Maxxis Cormet
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Uphill only?
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The new Monorail sports a fast-rolling center tread
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The Ridgeline is purpose-built
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The new Ardent is a more versatile tread
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DT Swiss launches its first carbon-rimmed wheelset
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The RRC 1250 includes a mid-section carbon clincher rim…
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…supposedly made in Switzerland.
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DT Swiss acquired the Pace brand of forks
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The XRC fork offers 100mm of travel
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DT Swiss' line of rear shocks carries on for 2008
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The Michelin Pro³ Race supposedly offers
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A new Protek Max technology from Michelin
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The Pilot inverted tread
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The Tracker tread
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