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Cycle Show NEC 2018

Just a quick look at some of the most interesting products we saw at the 2018 Cycle show at Birmingham NEC.

LBow

With Sean , creator and director of the L-Bow Safety light. This is a long overdue angled led light which extends the light approx 200 mm from the point to which it fixes to the Cycle, thus giving the impression to approaching vehicles that the cycle is wider. This will prove a great safety feature, especially to wider machines such as the bike train, recumbents, trikes etc.
Sean has kindly offered support to our charity, Simon and Myself are currently evaluating one of the first L-Bows off the production line.

SRAM

Checking out the SRAM electronic gear change system components

 

Orange Bikes

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The impressive Orange display

Hope, Whisper and ICE

The Hope Technology stand – discussing with Director Peter Wetherill, who has already supplied advice and components for multiple Empowered machines and has promised further support.

A new contact secured this year – ICE
An independent designer/ manufacturer of specialised machinery.
These 2 jovial chaps -Drew and Owen – are the driving force behind ICE, and are keen to work closely with us at EMP.
They are exhibiting at the forthcoming Harrogate Cycle Show, and have invited EMP to join them on their stand.

Chief posing with the ‘Dare 2 B ‘ banner!

Dreaming of the future – Martin drooling over the latest Pinnerelo e- bike ( yes is is an e- bike!)

Andy Wright

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