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CYCLE SHOW 2013 PREVIEW Product debuts set for Cycle Show BikeBiz handpicks a selection of sneak peaks that could make a journey to the NEC worthwhile …


Velocite Stand G51


THE THIRD generation Velocite Magnus will be shown for the first time at Cycle Show and is in stock with importer VIP Bikes immediately. Dropping five per cent of its weight


over the second generation model, the new build takes the best features of the V2 and improves on what to date has been a favourite in the cycling press. The main additional feature of the


new Magnus is the end user selectable internal Di2 or mechanical cable routing. Another notable feature of the new


Velocite Magnus is a further refined carbon fibre layup that maintains the high torsional stiffness.


The third generation Velocite Magnus


frameset retails for £1,590 with a selection of full builds from SRAM, Shimano and Campagnolo available. 01938 810873


Chicken Cyclekit Stand F12


PLENTY TO see from Chicken Cyclekit and its long list of labels, which now include new sign ups Vermarc and Briko, the owner of LAS Helmets. Deda have a wider selection of frames


and bikes starting with the new Gladiatore and Super Scuro Evolution, superlight RAN and RAN Disc Brake models. Focusing its road bike expertise on time trials and triathlons, Deda will introduce the Flash TT. New Cinelli models are to be present


including the Saetta Radical and Radical Plus, building on the fine reputation of the original Saetta. The cross-continent Hobo is to be shown for ultra-endurance riders, while the popular Cinelli Experience


appears in white or black. Three new Tifosi bikes, all retailing at


under £1,000 join the bike stable too. These are the CK4 Sportivo, CK5 Classico, CK6 Forte. www.chickenb2b.co.uk


Pulsin bars Stand S43


SUITABLE FOR even the most sensitive dietary requirements and all gluten-free, the new bars from Pulsin offer a slow release of energy and help balance blood sugar levels. What’s more, the label has


protein powders that it says can be easily mixed into smoothies, shakes and yoghurt. www.pulsin.co.uk


Raleigh and Haibike Stand E20


MISSED OUT on Raleigh’s dealer invite last month? The NEC will host a recap of some of the highlights, including a selection of HaiBike’s flagship models. The Bosch-powered Xduro electric line will feature heavily, with the new AMT all


mountain rig taking centre stage. At £3,500, this 5.5 inch travel rig sits above various other Xduro builds, such as the entry SL 29er at £2,500, as well as £2,850 RC 29 and FS SL builds. www.raleigh.co.uk


Datatag Stand A30


AFTER TWO years of development Datatag will be launching two new systems into the cycling market – the Datatag UV ‘Stealth’ System and the UV ‘Stealth’ Pro System. For mid-range bikes the UV ‘Stealth’


System offers virtually invisible UV etching so you can mark your frame, wheels, cranks and bars so each component is readily identifiable to Police. And because it’s a UV fluid it won’t spoil or mark the paintwork of your pride and joy either. The kit also comes with a Tamper Evident QR Label – designed to complement the look of your bike with carbon effect it’s an attractive and easily visible deterrent. For high-end gear, Datatag will


introduce the UV ‘Stealth’ PRO System. With all the security of the standard system the PRO version also comes with Datatag’s own ‘Datadots’. These microscopic dots, containing a code unique to the buyer, can be ‘painted’ into all the nooks and crannies of components like your pedals, seat, levers, derailleurs and expensive cycling computers, leaving an indelible microscopic ‘finger print’ which is almost impossible to completely remove. For bare metal frames which can’t be


etched, Datatag offer a system which includes a RFID transponder – this little wonder can be buried in your seat or down tube and without cutting the frame apart provides an almost indestructible proof of ownership. DataTag.co.uk


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