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San Diego, CA (March 1, 2021) – Crow Bicycles is introducing an ultralight performance eGravel bike featuring removable powerpacks for a true dual-purpose ride on Indiegogo today. The crowdfunding campaign allows early backers to secure one of four models with pricing starting under $2,900. Crow ultralight eGravel bikes feature high-performance SRAM/Shimano group sets to provide precise translation of human pedal power to the rear wheel. The meticulously designed frameset and ergonomics provide a balanced positioning for both the attack and the commute. With the powerpack seamlessly integrated into the frame’s downtube, Crow also gives you power on demand to take you farther. This is not just an e-bike; this is an ultralight performance eGravel machine with an unprecedented versatility that doesn’t sacrifice performance.“Crow Bicycles will build a bridge between core purists and those who want the benefit of electric assistance by providing a premium performance bike that operates comfortably in

Ribble Cycles unleash an all-new Gravel focussed platform designed for riders looking to conquer off-road terrain. Building from the success of their award winning range the all-new Gravel platform offers 4 key category models in 3 distinct materials – Gravel Ti, Gravel SL, Gravel AL and the Gravel AL e e-bike. All dynamically designed to provide greater off-road performance and choice. The Gravel Ti is exquisitely handcrafted with a triple butted, custom profiled 3AL/2.5V titanium frame to inspire confidence regardless of extremity in terrain. The Gravel SL utilises a lightweight carbon monocoque construction with aero profiles to provide all out speed and the Gravel AL is built from custom formed 6061T6 heat treated aluminium which is also used for the Gravel AL e - a lightweight electric gravel bike that looks, rides, and feels just like a traditional off-road bike. With the extra power of the Mahle EBM X35+ motor, you can explore further into the forest or

The Cosmobike trade show has been the main event for Italian Bike producers for the past 4,5 years in Verona - Italy. Unfortunately it has been hit like many other trade shows by 'Rocky Waters'.This year Cosmobike decided to relaunch with a new format and new calendar date. I feel it's a brave move but premature to call it a success. Trade shows really need to become more interactive and less static. Here is selection of a few snaps we took today.