Ortlieb waterproof courier bag in a lovely shade of blue. Also available in much larger volume sizes.
Bacofoil bar tape? Maybe you can cook some lunch while you ride around?
Bianchi Methanol. Needs a longer seat post(!)
The Intense Tazer. Sim's next bike (probably)...
GHOST BIKE! The usual stylish collection of dirtjump bikes on the DMR stand.
Norco Empire 5. Just five inches of travel but built for Freeride/Slopestyle/Whateverthrills 'n' spills. One of Ben's favourite bikes at the show.
Norco Phena. A ladies bike that is built for burl. Darcy rides one of these.
Close-up of the Phena's rocker link.
Norco Judan Belt. Nichetastic! 29er. Belt-drive.
The Norco Judan Belt's back end.
B-Spoke commuter gloves. Sinister yet cute.
Specialized have their usual behemoth of a stand at the show. Here's their rather sweet dirtjump plaything.
Sunn are most definitely back. Here's their Kern full-susser.
Sunn Modular. Cool.
Not sure if this was a deliberate display or the result of thieves!
More from the "stand of the show". Singletrack Magazine's mega-sideboard.
White tyres. White Schwalbe Rocket Rons to be exact.
The new Felt Trailshot. Designed-for-UK hardcore hardtail.
140mm Rock Shox Recon bolt-thru. 60mm stem. Low-rise bar.
Hotlines were showing all the Ragley frames. Here's the best looking one - the blue MmmBop.
Swarovski encrusted low-rider.
People getting their bumps felt.
Ben got all excited when he saw this - he thought it was a Lyle & Scott cycle jersey. It isn't. It's from De Marchi.
Cycling stuff for women. Messenger bag from Cyclodelic.
For the very girly girl. Fancy trouser-clips.