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Interbike show Las Vegas, Nevada, USA, September 22-26, 2008

, Part 13 - October 3, 2008: Carbon hoops from the Sands Convention Center

HED's new tubular rims sport a completely new profile
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Tire well depths have also increased by roughly two times,
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Even with the new oversized rim dimensions,
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New Flamme Rouge-edition hubs use carbon center sections
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Disc wheels sport a complex sidewall curvature
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Um…
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HED introduced the wide rim concept on the Ardennes last year…
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…and there's now a track edition available.
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HED also showed off the new Black Dog integrated aero bar,
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The modular design allows for a wide range of adjustability.
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Integrated carbon brake levers
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Steve Hed isn't sure what to call this widget just yet
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Reynolds revamps its DV 46 range
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The striking Element disc wheel is now offered in a clincher.
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Riders hoping to save a bit of cash or get a different look
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The new Strike uses the same hubs as the Attack and Assault
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The new Canyon mountain bike wheel
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The six-bolt disc hubs use cartridge bearings
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As always, Reynolds offers its wheels
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…PowerTap…
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…and even Lefty for use with Cannondale forks.
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Easton upgrades its EA90 SLX, EC90 SLX and EC90 Aero
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Group-specific freehub bodies
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The EA90 SLX arguably wins the 'Most Improved' category
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The EC90 SLX also gets the new R4SL hubs
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Easton XC One upgrades include a new R4-like hubset
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More aggressive machining shaves a few grams.
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Easton's carbon fiber forks get an exceptionally clever
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