Pivot Cycles again uses a dw-link suspension but in a more gravity-oriented tune for the Phoenix DH.
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The latest in cycling rolls up on American shores
Yes, it's that time of year again - Interbike.
It all starts with the outdoor demo days, September 20-21, giving those in the trade and the cycling public a chance to sample some of the newest products from the on-and off-road scene.
Bootleg Canyon plays host with "a world-class cross country mountain bike trails, downhill-specific courses, a professionally built BMX track, a closed road course and cyclo-cross demo course designed by the experts who put on CrossVegas."
Cyclingnews and BikeRadar technical editor James Huang will be riding some of the latest offerings and bringing you the verdict from his days in the dirt.
It's then time to head indoors for a glimpse of what the 1000-plus exhibitors have in store for the public; the latest in bikes, components, accessories and clothing. It's a chance for the good folk of the US cycling scene to see what all the hype was about at the recent Eurobike show in Friedrichshafen, Germany.
If you're looking for something in particular there will be a small army of Future Publishing staffers and of course our man James Huang will be on site with camera, laptop, smartphone and notebook. Send requests directly to him on Twitter at @angryasian.
October 11: New heat moldable shoe options coming for 2011
October 1: New road, mountain, 'cross tires coming to you in 2011
September 29: Hydration pack round-up
September 28: Heaps of new wheel options for road, 'cross and MTB
September 26: First Ride: Cannondale CAAD10
September 25: Ridley adds higher-value upper-end models
September 24: Fox Racing Shox's RAD Float Ti fork
September 23: Interbike 2010: Trek's racier Top Fuel and workhorse Transport+
Outdoor demo days
September 22: Interbike 2010: Pivot Cycles slims down, lengthens up in '11
September 21: Interbike 2010: Fairwheel Bikes creates stunning sequential shifting Di2-equipped hardtail
If you missed our Eurobike coverage, click here for Cyclingnews' complete coverage.
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