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

, Part 18 - October 17, 2008: Shocks, lights, power!

Fox Racing Shox will offer limited numbers
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Both limited edition offerings will feature
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The new DHX RC4 shares the same adjustable bottom-out feature
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...but now offers separately adjustable
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Act fast; Fox will only make 200 samples of each.
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Light & Motion's new Seca line
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The Seca uses six high-powered LED emitters,
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The integrated heatsink
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All Light & Motion lights will use new mounts
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The revamped Vega jumps to 200 lumens of output
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Like the Seca, the Vega includes an integrated heatsink.
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The compact Stella single-LED lamp
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What kind of battery would you prefer?
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iBike's new iSport promises to bring accurate power meter technology
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A small port at the front of all iBike units
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Provided everything is set up properly,
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By adding a direct-measurement power meter to an iAero,
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Park Tool has a wealth of new tools on hand for 2009.
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Park is moving deeper into the torque field
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A new 'master mechanic' spoke wrench
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The new Park BBT-39 can be used
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The Park DC-1 digital caliper
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What's it weigh?
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Fixie riders can carry the new SS-15
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Professional mechanics still prefer compact repair stands...
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...and Park has updated its models with a new bottom bracket cradle
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Park has also updated many existing tools
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Get ready for Truvativ's new HammerSchmidt;
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Riders in muddy climates will soon get
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Truvativ also created this handy tool
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Do you chew through bottom brackets?
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Phil Wood offers this stainless steel model
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Effetto Mariposa's new Carbocut hacksaw
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The Carbocut is pricey
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Effetto Mariposa will now offer a less expensive version
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The handy Effetto Mariposa Bit Box houses nearly everything you need
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