The team at Hotlines has compiled a reminder of its brands ahead of COREbike 2019, including Niner, Wilier Triestina, Ghost, Nukeproof, Fuji, Rondo, NS Bikes, Creme and Ragley.
The trade show is returning to Whittlebury Hall from 27th to 29th January, and registration is open now for cycle retailers and members of the bike press.
Niner Bikes has a range that covers nearly every off-road discipline from the RLT, for the road-less-travelled, to the RIP9 all-mountain bike.
2019 sees the release of some new models, Wilier's first e-road bike weighs 11.9kg and has styling 'borrowed' from the Cento10 range.
Ghost has been producing bikes for 25 years now. The full SL AMR range comes equipped with coil shocks for the "most responsive ride on any trail bike".
Nukeproof has said the Mega is the 'jewel in its crown'. It was originally inspired by the Mega Avalanche in France, and has racing "in its DNA". It is available with 27.5 inch or 29 inch wheel sizes and specs.
For 2019 Fuji has made some new changes to the range including an all new Transonic. It is UCI approved, available with or without disc brakes and features integrated cables and all new Kamm tail aero tube profiles.
For 2019 Rondo's range expands to include new Ruut models as well as the brand new Hvrt range of bikes. Like the Ruut, the Hvrt will be available in aluminium, steel and carbon builds. The Hvrt features Rondo’s twin tip fork technology, allowing riders to adjust the ride from aero racer to B-road bomber by raising or lowering the front axle position.
NS Bikes' range now includes DH, enduro, hardcore hardtails and gravel. The new Define features a brand new all carbon frame and 29 inch wheels. It’s also supplied with reach adjust headset cups and the geometry and travel can been changed from 130 to 150 and back by swapping the shock and mount.
Sister brand to NS Bikes and Rondo, Creme bicycles are designed and hand built in Europe. The women’s Caferacer was built around a characteristic 'mixte' frame with double top tube that is manufactured using traditional methods.
Ragley bikes will return to the trails once again in 2019 with an all new range, all the 'old favourites' are back with new geometry and updated frame features.