Poole-based Muc-Off will reveal over 15 new products to the world at Eurobike 2016 next week.
Exhibiting on a two-storey stand at the world’s largest gathering of cycling fanatics, the bike care specialist will unveil the results of its extensive product development strategy. Staff from Muc-Off will be on hand to walk attendees through the latest innovations in proper bike care maintenance, including a bike lube that remains liquid in temperatures up to minus 50 degrees, and a matte finish detailing spray.
To celebrate the success of Team Sky’s Tour De France victory earlier this year, Muc-Off will also reveal a special edition hydrodynamic lube.
The company will also announce five new additions to its hugely popular Athlete Performance range. Visitors will have the chance to watch the latest video edit produced by Muc-Off, featuring slopestyle biker Blake Samson, and have free Drop and Roll posters signed by the acclaimed street trials rider Danny MacAskill on Sunday between 13:15pm and 13:45pm.
Alex Trimnell, CEO of Muc-Off, said: “We haven’t even arrived in Friedrichshafen yet and this is promising to be one of the most exciting Eurobikes yet! The Muc-Off team have worked incredibly hard over the last 18 months to develop an exciting collection of premium bike and body care products that we’re certain will resonate with our fans.”
The complete list of products that will be announced is as follows:
1. -50C Chain Lube
2. 100ml Chamois Cream
3. Bio Drivetrain Cleaner 750ml
4. Drivetrain Brush
5. Classics Lube
6. Grease Gun Kit
7. Shaving Cream
8. Aftershave Balm
9. Moisturiser with SPF 15
10. Massage Oil
11. Matt Finish Detailer 750ml
12. Metal Polish
13. Sky Drybag Kit
14. Team Sky Hydrodynamic Lube: Tour Edition
15. Tyre and Cassette Brush
16. Valet Case
17. Additions to Workshop Range, including MO94 750ml, Disc Brake Cleaner 750ml, Dry Lube Aerosol 750ml and Quick Drying Degreaser 750ml.
All new products will be displayed on the Muc-Off stand (FG-A7/1) at Eurobike 2016 in Friedrichshafen, Germany between August 31st and September 4th.