It’s taking a while to get through all our shots from Interbike. Here’s another 50 or so. There are still plenty more where they came from. So, without further ado, and in no particular order we present: Royal Racing – there were some great, vibrant colours on the Royal Racing booth. Some bringing a new […]
Just before Interbike, Trek Bikes kidnapped Chipps and bundled him into a van, releasing him several hours later in the high mountain resort of Brian Head, Utah. The reason was to show off its two new race bikes: The Session downhill bike, as ridden to Worlds victory by Tracy Moseley (see her actual bike here) […]
Here’s a little non-tech respite before we get back to the full-on tech-fest of Interbike. It’s time to look at some socks, shoes and locks… All presented a little differently.
A new Manitou fork or two, new Hayes brakes, Answer bars and stems, new wheels too. The Hayes group’s been busy.
More shiny things from Interbike. All this and $10 sandwiches.
A quick tour around Tracy’s world-championship winning machine.
Affordable Jones steel frame and a wireless lockout from RST.
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…though not both at the same time. The new DHR, new RFX and split Gates belt
Ellsworth, Pearl Izumi, Pedro’s, Knog, Genuine Innovations, Twin Six, Vicious, Salsa, Bianchi, Chrome, Camelbak and, er, M&Ms
We hope you didn’t think that that was the end of it. There’s plenty more still…
Camelbak’s new UV Water Purification bottle and a new rack from Thule that we really liked a lot.
We love the Surly guys. They have a slightly more laid back approach to what they do.
Another ‘fill in your own captions for now’ piece while we take in the last day of the show. More thorough captions will appear once we’re not actually still trying to find new stuff. Much of it is easy to spot though.