Silverfish will celebrate 20 years in business in 2019, and has revealed the brands it will have at COREbike, including, but not limited to, Yeti Cycles, Knog, Muc-Off, 100%, Mondraker, SDG, Race Face, Fox and Skratch Labs.
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.
The past year has seen some changes to Yeti’s range, including the SB100, which the brand has said ‘redefines’ what’s possible from a short travel ‘XC’ bike.
All ranges now come with a lifetime frame warranty.
New to the PWR range are the PWR Trail, which has 1,000 lumens, and the PWR Mountain with 2,000 lumens.
Both lights can be mounted on handlebars or a helmet, incorporate twist operation (turn the light on and off twisting the light head – no buttons), and give the option to programme the brightness and runtime through Knog’s ModeMaker app.
The maintenance brand has added some new ranges to its comprehensive clean, lube and protect product line-up.
Inspired by the latest trends, 2019 sees two brand new ranges for e-bikes and indoor training, both of which have been researched and tested.
100% will be showcasing its range of riding gloves and premium goggles, with new colours and styles on display.
Also on show will be 2019 mountain bike gear, BMX and DH helmets, plus the casual clothing range and a few ‘surprise’ new elements from the Californian brand.
Mondraker Bikes has released a fresh range of high-performance bikes for 2019.
The Foxy range has new 29er and alloy framed models, and the expanded e-bike range has the latest Chaser and Level bikes joining the best-selling Crafty.
SDG has recently introduced an all-in-one premium youth components upgrade kit, the SDG Jr Pro Kit.
2019 sees updated armour, new clothing for on and off the bike and components across all disciplines.
The Next R carbon fibre wheels are now available in two rim widths and are backed up by Race Face’s two year ‘no-fault guarantee’.
Fox will have the full 2019 range to view including the Step-Cast version of the 34 fork, giving riders a 120mm travel fork, and the 36 fork with Fit Grip2.
It will also have the first showing of the 175mm version of the Transfer seat post.
Visitors will be able to see, touch and taste the new Skratch Labs flavours, new Energy Bars and Recovery Drink Mix.