Eurobike 2013 has been and gone. To tickle your fancy here are a look at the best bikes that were on offer.

FELT AR-FRD

FELT AR FRD

FELT IA FRD Time-Trial

FELT IA FRD Time Trial/triathlon

Vincenzo Nibalis Specialized

Vincenzo Nibali’s Specialized

Vandeyks

Vandeyks – These German bicycles are immaculately handcrafted and refined in the smallest detail and are unique in every way

Time Bike

Time with Lightweight wheels, Clavicula cranks, Campag Record and Fibula brakes

Simon Gerrans Scott

Simon Gerrans’ Scott – won a stage of the Tour de France

Ridley Noah Fast

André Greipel’s Ridley Noah Fast his custom Gorilla paintwork

Philippe Gilberts BMC

Philippe Gilbert’s BMC

Pasculli Tomaalo

Tomaalo model from German manufacturer Pasculli. Pasculli make high end German designed, hand built in Italy

Look Aerolight

Look’s new 695 Aerolight

Look Aerolight forks

Newly designed front brake which is actually built into the fork

Look Aerolight brakes

The cutaway on this prototype shows the front brake in more detail

LIghtweight Meilenstein

Rose Xeon X-Lite – 5.65kgs with Sram 22 spd and Lightweight’s latest Meilenstein wheels

Kemos KE-R8

Swiss brand Kemo’s KE-R8

Derosa 2013 Bike

De Rosa

Chris Froomes pinarello

Chris Froome’s Yellow Pinarello

Bianchi 2013 Bike

Bianchi with Campagnolo’s 80th anniversary drivetrain

Bianchi 2013 Bike

Bianchi

BH 2013 Bike

BH with Lightweight’s new Mellenstein wheels

Alexander Kristoffs Katusha Canyon

Alexander Kristoff’s Katusha Canyon

675

675 with American Classic Argent

Colnago c59

Colnage C59 is now available in 3 Art Deco paint schemes

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John is obsessed with cycling and all about Italian bikes. John is fascinated by the prestige and tradition of Italian cycling and everything that it represents. His passion for vintage classic bikes is contagious and in particular his love for old school Pinarello. Having ridden some of Italy's monster climbs, including the famed 48 switch backs of Passo dello Stelvio, John likes to ride bikes that are showered in history and esteem, much like the famed climbs of the Giro D'Italia. John rides a Pinarello Quattro with full Campagnolo componentry.