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

It turns out that having some pep in your stride is handy when covering a trade show.

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by James Huang 23.06.2023 Photography by
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The entirety of the Messe Frankfurt comprises about 400,000 square meters of indoor exhibition space, plus another 60,000 of outdoor space. Granted, Eurobike only occupies a handful of the total number of halls, but when you’re racking up close to 15,000 steps each, that’s enough to cover an awful lot of ground – particularly when you’re being borderline anti-social and not engaging in too much idle chit-chat.

The upside of that, however, is that it frees up more time to see more of the show, and we certainly saw quite a bit of it today. 

A couple of mysterious high-end carbon road bikes? A truly revolutionary drivetrain system? Some new aero gear? A handful of weight-weenie lightweight tidbits? Amazing kid bikes? A glorious monument of gleaming polished metallic goodness?

We’ve got all of that and then some in today’s Eurobike tech gallery, with plenty more to come (and you can find all of Escape Collective‘s tech coverage so far from Eurobike here).

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