Hotlines has revealed what visitors can expect to see at COREbike 2020, with brands including WTB, Rondo and Ragley Bikes.
The show is returning to Whittlebury Hall from 26th to 28th January.
“Using the new online Fit Right system, visitors to COREbike can see how easy it is to find the perfect fitting WTB saddle and Hotlines will even ship one out to you FOC to prove the system works,” said a statement.
“Rather than trying to persuade customers to use memory foam pads and other devices in-store, dealers can just take a quick measurement of the customer’s wrist and plug it into the online app via the WTB website. You can then give a recommendation on saddle models and correct width, based on riding style and anatomy. The system works on the principle that correlations exist between different parts of the body that hold true for the vast majority of us. More information can be found at the Fit Right microsite www.wtb.com/fitright.
“Free saddles will be limited in number so be sure to pay them a visit early.
“Representatives from WTB will also be on hand to chat saddles, rims and tyres, along with having the brand-new gravel tyre on display. Designed to increase confidence while you’re pushing the limits of gravel, this latest tread fits nicely into the WTB range.”
“MY20 sees Polish brand Rondo refine the design of the award-winning Ruut and Hvrt platforms as well as introducing two new models. The Bogan St offers bike packing performance on and off-road, comfort over distance and ingenious features inspired by the needs of real-world travellers,” said a statement.
“Riders looking for a slightly more conventional all-road machine the Muut may be just what they’re looking for. Think of it as a modern touring bike, equally perfect for long distance commuting or comfy backroad adventuring.
“Of course, both new bikes feature Rondo’s innovative Vario geometry made possible by the Twin-Tip fork.”
“Once again, Ragley will be using COREbike to launch its entire MY20 range. With only good things said about the 2019 range, the bikes have received just subtle tweaks to keep them up to date and on the money,” said a statement.
“There are two notable additions to the line-up that are set to raise the bar when it comes to spec and performance for 2020, but you’ll need to wait until January 26th to find out exactly what these are!”
Registration is free for dealers and press: www.corebike.co.uk/registration. Entry to COREbike 2020 includes free lunch and plus free parking, and WiFi is available onsite. The COREbike registration system ensures that all registrations have to be approved first, so it does not generate immediate confirmations.