It's easy to hate on Eurobike, an opportunity we love to take, but when you assemble that many bike fanatics you can guarantee there's going to be some beautiful bikes along with them. From customs, to pro race bikes to carbon and gold fusions, we saw some lovely bits of kit this year. Here's a run down of our favourites from three days at the show.

Pedroni Lupo Gara

Hailing from Modena, the cradle of F1 in Northern Italy, Pedroni bikes are handmade, carbon beauties. This Lupo Gara (Wolf Race) celebrates 20 years of the company and is inlaid with gold leaf - as if its svelte curves weren't sexy enough already! Check out also the quick release on the shock mount, this apparently changes the progression without affecting the geometry - low position for pedalling efficiency, high position for greater traction and control. 

Unno Dash 

We've been following the Unno story for a long time but that makes it no less of a thrill when we see one in the flesh. This murdered, Ohlins build was rightfully pride of place on the Enve stand and looks simply out of this world. 

Lewis Buchanan's Ibis Mojo

Fresh from EWS action, Lewis Buchanan's race steed arrived into Frierichshafen still carrying Slovenian dust. The sweet blue and orange work so well with the Fox suspension - this is one fast looking bike!

Alchemy Arktos 

Also on the Enve stand was a vanilla Alchemy Arktos that caught out eye. A lesson in beautiful carbon frame design. 

Cane Creek's Ghost SLAMR 

SL AMR or Slammer, we're not entirely sure how its pronounced but Cane Creek's custom styling on this Ghost leaves you breathless anyway. If you want a bling bike then look no further. It's nice to see it's not been locked in a glass case going from show to show either as there are chip marks on the fork bridge. 

Bold Linkin Unplugged 

The Bold Linkin trail bike that we gave a 100s spot to this year is now a 164mm park enduro/park destroyer. Bold bikes are super-clean and they just work too. Expect a full test on this one in the near future.