This is our final article about this event.
We would not like to forgive any important manufacturer pushing more or less the enveloppe so here they are.
Pictures thanks to Rasmus T. Nielsen. Gallery Interbike 2008
TAG wheels makes very special 3 and 5 spokes wheels. They have a composite structure bringing extreme strength and durability. At almost 2100g the wheelset, there only seems to have MTB
Manufacturer website: TAG wheels
With its superb hubs, Cane Creek wheels confirm their beauty superiority. Although every manufacturers want lighter, stiffer, faster, Cane Creek focuses on durability, beauty and style.
Manufacturer website: Cane Creek
You probably know Hüdz offers coloured hoods for lever. They now unveil a marble version if you wish to have even more special looking parts to put your hands on.
Manufacturer website: Hudz
Although the 2008 range was pretty good, Reynolds still keeps up the work and lighten further its wheels.
The DV46 T UL weights a very nice 1040g, while the clincher version comes at a 1405g.
In the Performance + range, the DV3K C and tubular versions comes in a heavier, cheaper and less performant 3K fiber. Their hubs are also standard DT Swiss 240s, with steel bearings.
Manufacturer website: Reynolds
Bicycle manufacturer Easton upgrades its top range hand built wheels with the R4SL hub. It has lightened internals and hybrid ceramic bearings saving 36g over the normal R4 hubs.
Manufacturer website: Easton
Hed still focused on aerodynamic. Steve claims wider rims come with lower drag as long as the rim or disc shape is well designed. He certainly is right, and his whole wheel range now have
Manufacturer website: HED