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Haibike All-Mountain Heet MTB The All-Mountain Haibike Heet is a development of the successful cross-country Sleek model. Like the Sleek, this new bike sets new standards in weight, stiffness and performance. With a record-breaking frame weight of 1,980g, the Heet is also extremely stiff. The Syntace X12 half-shaft on the rear wheel results in better stability.

The Heet has a replaceable carbon Protection-Shield on the down tube to guard against stone-chip damage. Other advantages include the extremely neutral spring system, Direct Mount front derailleur, ultra-light full carbon rocker and the sealed and service-reduced pivots.


Airace Dualjet TS Pump


Airace's new Dual Jet TS pump inflates both tires and shocks. The pump features an extractable hose for shock inflation, along with a non-scratch rubber sealed head. It can pump shocks up to a maximum pressure of 300psi (21bar).

For tires, it has a reversible Schrader Presta and Dunlop adapter and a maximum pressure of 80psi (5.5 bar). Sleek in appearance, the Dual Jet TS has a 6063 alumimum barrel and aluminum lever.

KED Paganini Race Helmet With the Paganini Race, KED introduces a genuine high-end competition helmet for racers. Made in Germany, this lightest series helmet with adjustment system clocks in at a mere 197g.

Clean Mobile Harmonic Chain Drive According to Clean Mobile AG the Harmonic Chain Drive (HCD) is the smallest and most efficient drive system for pedelecs.

XL ventilation openings in the front for maximum airflow and a micro-fiber interior lining ensure comfortable wear and optimum distribution of air in the helmet. KED's QuickSafe Race adjustment system provides the S0630a perfect fit. Available in sizes M (52-58 cm) and L (57-62 cm) in both high-gloss-white and black color design. Suggested retail price for Germany: €99.95.

The picture shows a nicely integrated HCD-equipped KTM eGnition model in the fast e-bike class—and the first freerider with a 1,000-watt motor and 180 mm travel. The new HCD (for the up to 25 km/h category) debuting here at Taipei Cycle Show offers the same features as this freeride model but with less power.



Crops Cycle Computer W2014C 3T Cycling's Scatto Track Sprint Bar 3T will show for the first time at Taiwan its amazing new Scatto track sprint bar. A multiple Gold Medal winner in its first season, Scatto is 50 percent stiffer than the reference sprint bar used by the majority

of today’s medal-winning track sprinters, lighter, and way more aerodynamic. And it's the planet's coolest-looking handlebar!

The Tokyo accessories brand Crops has T brought its cycle computer range to Taipei, including the CP-W2014C, a multi functional cycling computer. Released in January, this model features 14 functions with wireless speed and wired cadence indication.


Taipei Show Daily 2011 (Issue 2)  

2011/03/17 - Show Day 2