Bike Hugger is on the scene at TrekWorld 2010, the company’s big roll-out of new products for press and dealers, and it’s been a great showcase of their products, like the District Carbon, a single-speed belt-driven carbon-fiber drop-bar bike (that’s a lot of hyphenated words right there) that’s a knockout.
And check this out, it’s an ANT+ Sport transmitter integrated into a chainstay, perfect for the Garmin or Powertap user. Intelligent combinations of technology like this really get me worked up.
I’m not as big on electric assist bikes, but they are an important component of a more green transportation future, and Trek’s Valencia is a nice mix of form and function.
Of course there are a ton of bikes in the Trekworld display (Trek even makes bikes for some racing teams, we hear, though we’re not sure you’ve heard of them, they’re from Kazakhstan) and we’re featuring the best of them on our Flickr page, and on Twitter @bikehugger.…
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