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This month BikeBiz introduces the Bell Super, now available from Zyro, energises with Block Head and GU and stares the darkness of winter in the face with BBB...


Bell Super Zyro: 01845 521700


THE MUCH anticipated Bell Super is now, for the first time, available from stock in the UK. Priced at £99.99 and available in three sizes and four colours, these will be joined by three brand new colours for 2014 taking the total to seven. Striking a balance between lightweight cross country styling and overbuilt all-mountain style helmets, the Super is decked out with features, such as a ‘Goggle Guide’, as well as an integrated camera mount for those using helmet cameras. The lid also uses the trademarked OverBrow


Ventilation system, which offers four intake ports on the brow of the helmet, a specially designed internal bridge working in concert with the helmet’s 25 vents for maximum airflow at any speed.


BBB Scope 1300 Windwave: 02392 505320


AS IS often the case, the clue’s in the title for this one: 1,300 lumens of light and the expertise of BBB to ensure that the beam is efficiently used. The secret to the unit’s miniature size is in the


side-by-side double XM-L T6 Cree LEDs. They run on a compact external battery pack, have four brightness modes and are housed in a water-resistant aluminum casing with Airflow Cooling System for optimal heat control. As a neat side feature, the battery has a USB-out connector, allowing the rider to charge their mobile or GPS device in an emergency. The battery pack needs too much power to be charged through USB, but comes with the appropriate charger. It charges in approximately 2,5 hours. Secondly, the battery pack is equipped with a 5-steps power level warning indicator. This indicator can be switched on and off. Handlebar and helmet mounts are supplied with


the package.


GU Energy Direct: info@tclsports.co.uk


BERKELEY NUTRITION experts GU Energy have introduced a new flavour to its energy gel catalogue in the form of a Salted Caramel blend. Designed to deliver an optimal blend of


carbohydrates, GU’s proprietary amino blend and a serving of vitamins C and E, the gel also delivers all the electrolytes and sodium needed to ensure the rider’s not lacking in replacement nutrients. Salted Caramel will be sold exclusively as an


eight-pack, and its savoury profile is projected to become a favourite for holidays as well as hot summer days when electrolyte needs are highest. The sachets also deliver a 20mg serving of


caffeine, unless otherwise stated. Double caffeine recipes are also available from GU for the athlete who really needs a boost. Got a customer that doesn’t enjoy gels? Have them sample GU’s new Chomps, which contain much the same content as the gels, but in a chewable cube.


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Endura Direct: 01506 497749


PLENTY OF new gear to be shown come Eurobike by Scottish clothing label Endura. Perhaps most interesting of all, casual items such as shirts and jeans designed with technical features join the range. Look out for a CoolMax Merino L/S Jersey and Polo Shirt. That’s not to say the technical garments aren’t


worth a look too, though. The Equipe Infiniti CB Bibshorts are designed with the minimum number of seams necessary to create a ‘barely there’ sensation. The Infiniti CB bibshort is constructed from only three panels, with the legs each being sculpted from a single panel of Italian Power Lycra featuring coldblack technology and the upper cut from a solitary panel of stretch mesh. New off-road suited garments join the range to, most notably the extended Singletrack line, which features new hot-climate items and body armour. In keeping with the more casual approach, there’s also a Singletrack Lite Tee for a more casual look on the trail.


BIKEBIZ SEPTEMBER 69


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