Day Two of the Vancouver Bike Show saw the Pinkbike crew back at it at the Vancouver Convention Center...
The Pinkbike Tattoo Parlor was in full swing with kids of all ages coming by to get decorated by the PB girls, and enter for a chance at winning a Norco. This guy had a real tattoo of a Canadian flag on the back of his head and was only happy to add to it.
Leon Lebeniste displayed their beautiful wooden bike racks, perfect for hanging your ride in the garage, or in the living room.
Dirty Girls showed off some new T-Shirt designs while EVOC had some new XC and all mountain/enduro packs on display. These things are awesome, and the Enduro packs come with a built in back protector.
There was a whole bunch of bike stuff on display, ranging from hipster friendly Chrome bags and shoes to some very cool Nutcase helmets. Giant bikes were in full effect, as well as some stuff that was just plain interesting, like this new internal gyro from O'Neil Bikes.
Wade Simmons was at the Rocky Mountain booth answering questions and helping people out, while Steve Dickin and Jeff Anderson of Trials Stars put on a few more demos and signed a ton of autographs.
There were a few dj's present throughout the weekend, keeping the tunes going and creating a positive vibe for the event. We were stoked to be located right next to Beats & Bikes and the DJ Trike, great music all weekend.
Not only did Beats & Bikes keep us stoked with music for the weekend, they also had a bunch of cool stuff on display including this brand new belt driven bike. You never realize how loud a chain is until you ride a bike without one.
Geoff Gulevich hung out at the Pinkbike booth for a bit, signing, or maybe drawing is a better word, autographs for people.
Sasquatch figured the Tipster stole his beer and finally caught up with him at the end of the show.