Day two at Eurobike, the world’s biggest cycling trade show where brands get together under one roof to share their latest innovations and kit, has revealed more hidden gems that we’re getting a little bit excited about.

Hidden, we say? Well, with the obvious conflicts of the July date and the 2018 cycling (and wider sporting) calendar, some of the really big bike brands have understandably downscaled their representation at the event, resulting in fewer-than-usual big stories – but don’t worry: we’ve had our hawk eyes engaged to bring you plenty of new and exciting stuff.

This time out, we can reveal Ridley’s new Noah Fast aero bike on its stage of two bikes, new rubber from Challenge, and an entirely new range of helmets from Limar that should keep the Astana and Direct-Energie pro teams happy at the Tour de France, as well as us back home.

Add to this some seriously shiny shoes from the likes of Gaerne and Bont, a newly updated Dash head unit range from Stages, some interesting-looking saddles from Scott’s in-house component arm Syncros, and the latest refinements in clothing from Team Sky suppliers Castelli. There’s plenty to see if you know where to look...

Let’s get into it, then. Otherwise, check out our highlights gallery from day one, featuring new bikes from Wilier and 3T, plus plenty more.