Gallery: The best tech from the 2023 Eurobike show, part five

Let’s give it up for the littler brands, eh?

James Huang
by James Huang 28.06.2023 Photography by
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One of the things I love about the enormity of the Eurobike trade show is that it gives an opportunity for brands of all shapes and sizes to spend some time in the spotlight. 

Ever heard of L-Twoo’s €595 electronic road bike groupset? Did you know you can get your custom wheels tied-and-soldered from the factory by Duke Racing? LAL’s Supre Drive is the mountain bike transmission you maybe didn’t even know existed, but now are wondering why it took so long. And what the heck is a Qvist?

This round of coverage is dedicated to the smaller players in the industry. They may not be Shimano, SRAM, Trek, Specialized, or whoever is playing with the other 800-pound gorillas, but they’re doing some really cool stuff nonetheless.

Want some more Eurobike coverage? You can find the entirety of our coverage from this year’s show right here, and don’t worry; there’s still more to come.

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