I decided instead of carrying the Interbike posts on longer, I would just dump some of the pictures from both days in one post. Comments and links will follow some of the pictures.
Along with their trainers and rollers (the latest model of roller folds for easy storage and portability), Kinetic is also introducing on-the-bike goods, such as bottle cages that have offset holes so you can adjust your cage to make up for tight frame clearances.
The paint job on this reminds me of the splatter paint jobs from the early 90's.
The IKEA of bicycles, SandwichBikes. It comes flat packed in a box, with all the tools you need to assemble it. No idea how it rides, but a novel concept.
One of the more head-turning bikes at the show was Virtue Bike's Pedalist Velomobile. Seriously. People were lining up to get a picture inside the fiberglass-covered cargo bike.
Dear Santa, please consider the above two photos as my Christmas wishlist.
I don't know what it is, but the chainring is bigger than the wheel.
Brooks Cambium line.
Helmets by Carrera. The style harkens back to the old "leather hairnet" helmets of days gone past. Also interesting that they can be compacted for storage.
Fun custom kit from Sugoi.
Hiplok wearable bike chain. Expect a review soon.
Bluetooth compatible speakers from Boombotix. For those who like to ride with their tunes, but are smart enough to leave the earphones behind.
T-Shirts, t-shirts and more t-shirts. click on the pictures to go to the respective companies.
Ellsworth bikes newest ride, the Dare.
Tern Bicycles' accessory company BioLogic is introducing this slick seatpost/tire pump.
Chrome is no longer just a messenger bag company, Along with their clothing line (see my review of the Cobra Merino hoodie), they have a line of shoes. The City SPD line is SPD compatible and has a great style and all-day wearability.
Ray Moore standing in front of Sandra Ramirez's work
To promote their Unframed line, Nutcase brought the artists responsible for the helmets to re-create their artwork large-scale.
"BlackJack" by Nutcase. From their upcomming Metroride cycling-specific helmet line.
Some doof standing directly in front of the Interbike sign while I am trying to take a picture. Actually what to notice in this picture is the Club Ride Cog jeans that I am wearing. Review forthcomming
It's nice to see some bike companies still producing the old-school styles. KHS bikes.
Carbon goodness from Reynolds.
One of my favorite t-shirts is Handlebar Mustache's Pulp Fiction homage. I was stoked to see that Brett and Ashley did the same design in socks!
Next up, to complete my Interbike coverage, the Bike Hugger Mobile Social.