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Does the logo look familiar to you? These guys borrowed a TREK bicycle label, even with the original font style. Nobody cares?
One of the most important bicycling feature for 2016/17 season – a coffee holder for your handlebars, offered by Xseed Bicycle Gear company.
While some representatives enjoyed to be photographed, others were rather shy.
MicroSHIFT from China was like a big revelation for us. This company offers a wide range of shifting systems for road and MTB bikes of the likes of Shimano or SRAM including this brand new battery-powered eXCD derailleur.
At the show you can conclude a contract for a mass production of whichever kind of frame you imagine.
Some exhibition stands looked like they were dragged from some mechanical engineering fair.
Freego Electric Bikes company proudly claims it has solved a cycling problem for the elderly. The tricycle should prevent losing balance when getting on the bicycle or cycling. It should also decrease the difficulties of the cycling kinetics and handling movements for older riders. The bike overcomes bumpy roads and increases handling ability on unevenly surfaced terrains.
Gaspi checks out a new telescopic seat post with a remote control from the handlebars. This seat will always go up for climbs and always go down for descents without dismounting the bike.
There were many stylish brands from Japan to be seen at the trade show, such as this Lovell with a wide range of attractive designs.
Greg Herdald from Toowoomba, Australia, produced carbon–only frames for mountain biking. He tried to find a name that would fit his bikes the best. Finally, he decided for “Zelvy” which is a Czech word for turtles – animals Greg considers as strong and resistant as his frames.
WeLoveCycling.com contributor Adam Marsal greets your from the Taiwan show.
The gang of three young BMX riders showed us some skills in front of the TWTC Nangang Exhibition Center.