Haibike have been showing off their 2017 range, and a new numbering system is the first noticeable marker. 10.0 is the top of the line model, indicating a carbon frame, whereas go lower down the scale to 4.0 for a hardtail, entry-level eMTB. The SDURO Yamaha motor gets an upgrade on certain models, from the PW currently to the PW-X, which offers an extra 'Boost' power option supplying 320% assistance. Pictured here is a look at some of the stunners coming next year.
Top electric brands Haibike, Raleigh, Gocycle, Winora, Cube, KTM, and Wisper are on show this year in the e-village, and also at the Cycle Show 2016 are Cannondale, Orange mountain bikes, Shand Cycles, Radon from Germany, Isla bikes, Ridley, Saracen, Genesis, Ridgeback, Magura, USN, Crud, 2Pure with Merckx, NRG4 with Limar helmets, Avocet, Miche, KMC, Orbita from Portugal, Simplon from Austria and Megamo from Spain. They join the biggest line-up of bike companies and brands in the UK including the likes of Cube, Canyon, Ribble, Planet-X, Vitus, Trek, Bianchi, Colnago, Boardman, Whyte, KTM, Hope, SRAM, Lazer, FSA, Shimano, Cinelli, Kinesis, Ritte, Primal, Pinarello, Schwalbe, Deda, Lapierre, Mondraker, Storck, Condor, Campagnolo and many, many more.
There's a stellar line up of medal winners and stars of the cycling world confirmed to appear at the show including Ed Clancy, Callum Skinner and Joanna Rowsell-Shand all returning from Rio with gold medals, Chris Boardman, Manon Carpenter, Sean Kelly, Dani King, the Athertons and Taylor Vernon from the Trek Factory DH team, Martyn Ashton and many more. You can see what's on here.