We’ve got a few more images from Tom at i-Ride from Core Bike, coming in batches. In this one we’ve got some random goodies from Speedplay, Token, 3T and Agu.

Above are the new Speedplay Zero Nanograms, used by a massive number of pros including Schlecks, Cancellara, etc., is the ultimate pedal, just 65g each and a shade under £700! (Tom’s words). In USD, that’s about $630.

The Nanogram set with cleats, which weigh just 85g for the pair, comes in 20% lighter than their Zero Titanium pedal set. The downside? They’re intended for race day only. Here’s how they cut that weight:

The Nanogram pedal bodies are made of carbon fiber reinforced thermoplastic. Instead of the standard two cartridge bearings and one needle bearing found in each Zero pedal, each Nanogram pedal uses one ceramic bearing, one cartridge bearing, and one needle bearing. The fasteners and stainless steel bowties have been replaced with alloy and titanium. The wrench flats have been removed from our standard titanium spindle design, and instead we use a 6mm hex in the end of the Nanogram spindle. For the cleats, they used carbon reinforced thermoplastic with alloy bolts.

Check out other new hotness after the break…

Token's color matched anodized bolt kit, pulley, steerer cap and cassette lockring for bicycles and bikes

Got a bunch of color matched components but need to put the finishing touch on things? Token’s box of goodies comes with ferrules, derailleur pulleys, cassette lockring, steerer headcap and bolt, chainring bolts and some other goodies, all for about £65.

3T’s Brezza II LTD aerobar set is UCI legal and looks deadly and is used by Garmin Cervelo (Tom’s words).

Agu’s Secco Pro waterproof, breathable cycling jacket has a Velcro front, presumably for easy removal while riding, 3M reflective strips all around and a watch viewing hole on the sleeve.

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