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Interbike Show - Part 8, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA, September 24 - 28, 2007

The surprisingly effective iBike Pro
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A new wireless option
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New software combines with the wireless rear wheel pickup
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The best part of the new iBike improvements
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Polar's new CS400 and CS600 computers
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The WIND power meter sensor
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The WIND calculates power
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…relative to how fast it's moving.
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A small battery case is mounted
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Perhaps the biggest innovation of Polar's power meter lineup
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Even better, though, is that users can preprogram
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Kurt Kinetic continues to offer its fluid trainers
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The adjustable frame can accommodate a wide range
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The new Rock&Roll trainer uses a pivoting base
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Kurt Kinetic's 'Turn-Table Ring' front wheel stand
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A curious Interbike attendee
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The heart of Kurt Kinetic's fluid trainers
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Blackburn built on the success of its Delphi computer line
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The Neuro line uses digitally-encoded 2.4GHz wireless transmission
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A tidy sensor incorporates both speed and cadence
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Last year's System X3 and X6 lights
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The handy Voyager 4.0
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Ergomo expands its range of carbon cranksets for 2008.
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The new cranks were developed in conjunction
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The new Ergomo MTB crankset incorporates
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Ergomo's newest computer mounts
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The Ergomo setup is unique
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Elite's new Realpower CT trainer
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An electromagnetic resistance unit
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