Day two of Interbike 2013 was the last day of the dreaded dirt demo. Dreaded not for the sick bikes, great people and free beer, but purely for the heat and blinding wind that can wreak havoc on everyone and everything.
Shuttle bus blues.
Mike Dettmers of Intense Bicycles.
Making sure the bike testers were legit. The bike patrol were giving out tickets to anyone caught walking their bikes on the trails.
Bernd Stucke and Landon Sterling of Evoc.
Bootleg Canyon claims another victim.
Dirt demo in one word: HOT.
When it's past 12pm the desert hydration station picks up the pace.
"Hey you're Margus Riga aren't you? Go f*ck yourself."
Seth Beiden of Camelback.
Gabe Shroder of Smith Optics.
Mechanic's best friend.
If you don't bring your own pedals to the dirt demo, you're stuck with the dreaded flats bin.
Yet another way to use bike components to open beer. It would be interesting to know how many different ways there actually are?
The faster the booths get pulled down, the better the beer tastes.