The general overview from the Eurobike show was certainly Carbon, however although there weren't many new road bikes to look at there were a load of TT, track and cross machines added to mainstream brands.

On the 'Cross front there are thousands of choices now available and all the major players have a 'cross bike in their range. Once upon a time 'cross meant an old steel training frame and a bunch of worn-out road parts... now it's full carbon this and that and all the knobs and whistles... plenty of high end carbon deep sections and some nice looking new rubber too - It's a 'cross bike bonanza!

Spesh. Very Spesh, Cross

The new all Carbon S-Works 'Cross - Dreamy

De Rosa - just lovely All carbon rear Ridley have several Cross bikes in their range
Most 'crossers get carbon forks Ritchey make an all-carbon Cannondale's wishbone All Carbon forks on the Salsa
The Salsa is certainly colourful BMC's latest cross bike Cannondale's lightweight 'cross racer
Guerciotti have several cross rigs and they ride nice Double World Champ Marianne Vos' Van Tuyl She also uses Rotor rings
Seven's silly-money 'cross ti bike Not sure if ATB sales will bring the US 'cross Marin into the UK Schwalbe new race tyres
Italian specialists Alan still make tidy 'crossers Maxxis new 'cross tyres - nice and chunky The Alan has good cable routing