Moots makes gorgeous bikes and the MootoXYBB was talking to me and telling me that it would make XC trail ripping more fun. Oh wait bikes can't talk, can they?
While the Turner DHR isn't new news, it still turns heads. The Anodized Green was looking good on the stand and will be winning races near you next season.
Ego Kits first dropped onto our radar last year and this is the first one we've seen on person. Tired of pushing your bike up for some big descents? What if you could simply coast up? Check out the Ego Kit video below.
Jelly Belly's Sport Beans taste great and feel more like a treat while you are out there suffering on a long ride, than other less flavour filled supplements.
Uses regular cables and housing to make parts replacements easier than some other options out there.
This bike was also described as electric, but I am betting that the Ego Kit is night and day more performance based than this ARC.
The Knog Booth stood out - I have no idea why? Knog makes some of the most creative locks, lights and accessories I have seen in a while, check them out at your local bike shop.
Surly makes bikes like the Moonlander and the Pugsley (shown here) and if you thought that 29ers could mow over anything, check out these rollers!
We first tested the Acros A Flats last year and our test pedals are still a fixture on Tyler's AM bike. This Leopard print is an anodized screening, so it is said to last forever unlike a typical screen only graphic.
Atomlab American Series Pedals with their 12 pins per side are looking to scare shins all over the world.
Azonic's glove line up has some of the more bold graphics you'll find on any cycling gloves - feels very snow influenced.
That is it for another year of Interbike and all the bike porn that comes with it. These fountains signify the sensation of leaving Vegas, but knowing you'll be back in a year for more. See you all at interbike next year, hope you enjoyed the coverage.
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