220’s second day at Eurobike was, naturally, all about the bikes, as we got all the info on the latest version of the record-breaking Canyon Speedmax and Parlee’s TTR, the first tri bike with disc brakes and through-axles.
The version of the TTR on show above was equipped with Sram Red Etap shifters and Hed wheels, and the bike is listed at 5999 euros minus both of these – innovation clearly comes at a cost, though the TTR is an exciting proposition.
Reynolds Cycling have unveiled their new lineup of tri-orientated wheels, having completely overhauled their Aero range. They will now just come in 46, 65 and 80mm depths, are tubeless ready and are optimised to achieve lower drag than previous versions. The branding is also more subtle, with a sleek blacked-out finish.
Endura have been busy creating new cycle-specific lines for 2017, and have made some limited edition jerseys in fun prints that will be available in early 2017. You’ll have to be quick as we’re told it’s going to be in very limited runs!
Endura’s new cycling speedsuit is potentially a big game changer, as the arms are clad with silicon rather than the ribbed strips seen on previous versions and on the Drag2Zero tri suit. We will wait with anticipation to see if Endura role the tech out onto their tri suits in the future…
We’re bringing you all the latest tri gear and tech news this week from Eurobike – look out for our Eurobike feature in issue 331 of 220 Triathlon, on sale in October
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