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If you live by the words 'aero is everything' then this is the place for you. We've scoured the many Zeppelin hangars of the annual Eurobike show in Germany to bring you the latest time trial and triathlon tech – so pull on your skinsuit, grab your pointy helmet and check out what's coming up in the world of flat-backed racing next year.
There was a good selection of TT bikes on show this year and you'll find all the ones we came across in the gallery above. Here are some of the highlights – whether new or just cool.
Canyon Speedmax Tri
At the other end of the show we spotted this canyon speedmax prototype: at the other end of the show we spotted this canyon speedmax prototype
This prototype design had a constant stream of admirers at Eurobike – unsurprising as it's made by Canyon, one of the most forward thinking bike manufacturers out there. It's also already taken Jan Frodeno to the Ironman European Championship and Ironman 70.3 World Championship titles. Check out our full Canyon Speedmax Tri preview.
The look 796 was launched just before the tour de france: the look 796 was launched just before the tour de france
French brand Look launched its new TT machine just before the Tour de France. There's none of that triathlon nonsense here, this is a full-on kill-your-back, stretch-your-neck TT bike. Its clean frame lines and beautiful front-end set-up combined with hidden brakes make this as integrated and fast as the UCI will allow. Check out our close-up look at Anthony Delaplace's Tour de France Look 796.
Argon 18 E119 Tri+
Argon 18's brand new e119 tri+ is claimed to be faster than a cervélo p5: argon 18's brand new e119 tri+ is claimed to be faster than a cervélo p5
With the E119 Tri+, Argon 18 is going directly for the jugular of fellow Canadian company Cervélo. In fact, the brand says it's faster than a P5 at all but head-on wind angles. It also comes with a bevy of accessories. Check out a fuller look at the Argon 18 TT line-up.