Cycling Weekly are at Cycle Show 2009 at Earls Court in London to bring you plenty of photos of the latest new bikes, components and accessories.
We might be mistaken, but the crowds seem to be larger than at last year’s show – many people have turned up to see Tour de France champion Alberto Contador, who took to the stage on Friday afternoon to answer a few questions.
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Cycle Show 2009 is open all weekend at Earls Court, finishing on Sunday, October 11. We will be presenting further news and galleries from the show later…
Alberto Contador took to the stage to answer some questions, read more in our separate article
Sabbath unveiled its ‘radical’ new range topper, the Silk Emperor
That’s an intricate bit of titanium metalwork
Curves abound on the Silk Emperor
Sabbath time trial bike
Specialized Dolce women-specific bike, from £550
Specialized was showing off its range of clothing and helmets, as well as bikes
Specialized S-Works Tarmac SL3, £5,499 complete or £1,899 for the frameset
Specialized Roubaix Elite 30, £1,699
Memory Map were showing off a neat stem/bar mounted GPS system with a touch screen and Ordnance Survey mapping