Cycling News focuses on nifty CNC machined bits in their Part 4 Report: Disc and sidepull brakes, hubs, headsets, bottom brackets, air valve adapters, etc.
Part 5 of their report shows across the board updates to BMC's already fine line of bikes, new environmentally friendly cleaning materials and fabrics from Pedro's, updated tires from Schwalbe, and a super bright light from Niterider.
To paraphrase Robin Williams from WAY back.. "But wait, there's more!"
Bicycling.com's Day 1 reports shows a new carbon fiber Dura-Ace crank weighing just 709 grams, as well as some new kit from Assos, a superlight new Speedplay pedal, and a Selle Italia saddle with an integrated water bottle holder. Day 2 shows a new lower priced Tri bike from Pinarello, revamped clothing from Campy and a new bike from Litespeed.
The exhibition is over now, but I'll post more reports as I find them. Interbike is coming up at the end of the month.