This amazing contraption is the result of HB having too much time on his hands at his ranch in Colorado - so much history on this set up.
Oakley's rolling booth travels around the country to various events promoting better optics for everyone.
Speaking of rolling around the country, Projekt Roam is the home to Jesse and Colt Maule as they travel around North America documenting riding areas.
45NRTH is another company that is all about cold weather and fat tires (they make a studded tire that is 26 x 4.0 in size), but it was their low-profile pedal that caught my eye.
Crankbros makes limited edition pedals for the Outdoor demo each year for riders to try out and purchase.
KHS had their 650B DH Prototype at the booth. KHS was a first-adopter of the mid-sized wheel and now expands their expertise to the gravity scene. The industry will surely be watching when it hits production.
The Nuke Proof Mega TR is aimed at the Trail, Enduro and AM riders. The TR is built around a 130-millimeter-travel frame and a 150mm-travel fork.
Ellsworth's Carbon Evolve is their 29er XC race bike, with 100 millimeters of front and rear travel.
The e13 LG1 Race and TRS Dual Race carbon guides in pre-production stages - the goal for this project is to create guides that are 70-percent the weight and 130-percent the strength of current LG1+ guides.
e13 LG1R (Race) cranks, 36T ring and LG1+ 36 Guide were looking fast just on display. This is the same set up that the United Morewood team runs.