1st September 2014 by Matthew Light

EuroBike 2014

Last week Sigma Sports headed to Friedrichshafen, Germany to attend the annual EuroBike Exhibition. EuroBike is the world's largest bike exhibition and all the biggest brands were there to display their product lines for the upcoming 2015 season.



The 2015 Felt F FRD is claimed to be the stiffest and lightest bike Felt have ever produced thanks to the TeXtreme weave that is used in the carbon construction.

Felt IA FRD Tri bike.

Felt Z2 Disc, the sportive targeted Z series is boosted by a disc equipped model.

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The Cervelo R2 is the new entry level bike in Cervelo's R Series. The same frame as the R3 but with new carbon forks, expect an 11-speed 105 build to retail for £1999.

Featuring no less than 31 redesigns from last year's S5 VWD, the new Cervelo S5 doesn't change much aesthetically but subtle changes help make the S5 more aero than ever before.

The S5's BBright BBshell allows for an asymmetric frame design.  

The 2015 RCA is much more durable than previous models thanks to reinforced tubing, but is only 3 grams heavier than last year (frame only, frame and fork combined is lighter than 2014). There's also a new fork that is 35 grams lighter than the 2014 version and has a slightly curved blade to help soak up the bumps. 

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The Giro Synthe provides increased aerodynamic performance whilst still offering impressive cooling power.

Expect to see some new colour ways for the supremely popular Giro Air Attack.

An interesting twist on fluro, The 2015 Empire features a highlight yellow finish that fades to black on the rear with a paint splatter effect. A silver design also returns.

The all new Giro Empire SLX is super lightweight, weighing in at 175gr and constructed using a new Evofibre Sl Upper, which feels much more supple than the original Empire.

Giro have added an MTB shoe to the Empire range- the Empire VR90.

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Focus Culebro sl 2.0.

Focus Cayo 3.0 Disc, the first Focus road carbon frame for disc brakes. Featuring R.A.T Rapid Thru Axle Technology and Shimano Ultegra RS685 disc brakes.

Focus Mares AX Disc 2.0.

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Kask Infinity, offered in new colour ways for 2015.

The superb value for money Kask Rapido with a slight graphical update.

The 2015 Kask Mojito comes in a plentiful variety of colourways, including this patriotic design.

Kask Protone, developed in conjunction with Team Sky the Protone is claimed to have the lowest drag coefficients of any vented helmet.

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Mavic CXR Ultimate shoes with a zippered aerodynamic cover.

Mavic Cosmic Ultimate Shoes.

Mavic Ultimate CXR Helmet.

Mavic CC40 Elite wheels, a more affordable iteration of the superb CC40 clincher wheelset. Costs are kept down through the use of an aluminium hub rather than carbon.

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The future is bright... POC orange will be lighting up the roads again in 2015.

POC Tempor Helmet.

New Colour choices for the Octal Race Day Helmet.

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Cannondale's innovative bib, jersey base layer combination for hot weather riding. The bibs and base layer are one piece and the jersey attaches to the rear of the bibs by poppers to allow maximum ventilation.

Peter Sagan's Green Jersey Evo SuperSix from the 2014 Tour de France.

If you'd like to see more of the Cannondale 2015 range check out our visit to the Cannondale 2015 product launch event.

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Campagnolo Chorus EPS 11 speed electronic shifting front mech

The new Campagnolo chainsets feature a 4-arm design as seen here on the Super Record chainset.

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Pinarello Razah.

Team Sky Pinarello F8.

Pinarello F8 in a fluorescent accented colour option.

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The stunning Colnago V1-r Disc bike, designed in collaboration with Ferrari.

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The Casco Speedairo RS helmet featuring a Vautron lens that is light adaptive, changing to varying light conditions. 

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