It’s not often that you can check out the latest cycling kit and then walk a few metres and shake the hand of a pro racing star or two, but this year’s Cycle show in London has given thousands of cyclists that very opportunity.

This year’s show has attracted some very well known names from the world of cycling – Olympic gold medallists Nicole Cooke and Paul Manning; Paralympic multi-gold medallist Darren Kenny; BMX world champion Shanaze Reade; Race Across America soloist Jim Rees; and many more have been mixing freely with the crowds at Earls Court. It’s hard to imagine many other sports being this accessible.

With so many stars and so much new kit, it’s been hard to know where to look first. Here we present another selection of images from this year’s Cycle show in London.

You can take a look at part one here or look back over Ben Wilson’s selecton of show reports from Thursday.

Cycle Show 2008David Millar was on team sponsor Garmin’s stand in the afternoon, meeting his fans and signing autographs

Cycle Show 2008Race Across America solo rider Jim Rees was working out on the rollers all day and still managing to chat to the show’s visitors. He later gave a talk about his RAAM experiences on the main stage

Cycle Show 2008Paralympian Darren Kenny and Olympic sailing gold medallist (and keen cyclist) Paul Goodison shared the stage with GB track coach Shane Sutton for a question and answer session

Cycle Show 2008Cube Lightening Super – £7,999

Cycle Show 2008Cycle Show 2008The Titus Vuelo has an integrated carbon-fibre and titanium frame

Cycle Show 2008Most of the major manufacturers had at least one bike with Campagnolo’s new 11-speed components

Cycle Show 2008Cycle Show 2008Austrian company KTM chose Cycle 08 to launch its range of road and mountain bikes in the UK. It’s road range consists of three framesets, with several component builds for each. The range-topping Revelator Prestige will come with electronic Dura-Ace and a claimed weight of 6.2kg (13.7lbs)

Cycle Show 2008Cycle Show 2008Knog had its brilliant range of colourful weatherproof, rubber enclosed LED lights on show

Cycle Show 2008Cycle Show 2008USE has created a neat rear LED for its Exposure range of rechargeable lights. The rear unit simply plugs into the charging socket on the main light, using the same battery. The whole lot can easily mount onto a helmet

Cycle Show 2008Van Nicholas’ titanium framed Astraeus

Cycle Show 2008Cycle Works had a new triangular shaped cycle store on show, providing secure and weatherproof cycle storage for businesses, leisure facilities, stations etc

MORE FROM CYCLE 2008

Saturday at Cycle 2008 (part one)

Show report part one: Vande Velde’s Felt DA, Sastre’s Cervelo, Pinarello Prince 2009

Show report part two: Assos, Seven and Fondriest

Show report part three: Cav’s Giant, Zipp and Backstedt, Shimano

Show report part four: Sidi shoes

Show report part five: Mavic, Raleigh and Bont

Show report part six: Campagnolo 11-speed groupsets

Show report: Focus time trial bike

Show report: Cervelo P4 frameset