Here We Go Again: Interbike's Outdoor Carnival - Day Two

Sep 9, 2014
by Richard Cunningham  
Say hey to Elli. Park Tool was set up at the Outdoor Demo entrance offering visitors free beer

Say hey to Elli. Park Tool was set up at the Outdoor Demo entrance offering thirsty visitors free beer... and water too.



I don t often ride fatbikes... but when I do... Salsa s Bucksaw fatbike may drive a nail into the I m just having soooo much more fun riding my Faaaaht Bike hipster horde but who cares.

I don't often ride fatbikes... but when I do... Salsa's Bucksaw may drive a nail into the "I'm just having soooo much more fun riding my Faaaaht Bike" hipster horde - in a good way.



Call to prayer Three thousand guests who snapped on their spandex kits pounded down breakfast and rushed to catch the bus to Outdoor Demo - eventually had to take a seat in the Sin City confessionals. the Bhagavad Gita of Bicycling states that all bad bicycle industry people will reincarnate as bike-venue port-a-potties.

Call to prayer: Three thousand guests who snapped on their spandex kits, pounded down breakfast and then rushed to catch the bus to Outdoor Demo - eventually had to make an offering at the Sin City confessionals. The bicycling Bhagavad Gita states: all bad bicycle industry people will reincarnate, somewhere on earth, as one of these.



Transition Patrol Interbike Dirt Demo 2014

Reportedly, it took only five drinks to name Transition's new four-bar rear-suspension system. Meet the GiddyUp link, and the 2015 Patrol. I think we'd enduro that.



 Said that Crankbrothers sold over 300 pairs of pedals to Dirt Demo guests in the first four hours of the show. The plan to sell over 1200 pairs in two days.

Tim Young said that Crankbrothers sold over 300 pairs of pedals to Dirt Demo guests in the first four hours of the show. He plans to sell over 1200 pairs in two days.



Felt Bruhaul burdon bike was the best use of e-power at the bike show. Felt used smaller 24-inch wheels to double up the torque available from the Bosch motor drive so that urban delivery riders could take their significant others to the movies after work. Well done.

PB doesn't do e-mountain bikes. Felt's Bruhaul burden bike was the best use of e-power at the bike show. Felt used smaller, 24-inch wheels to double up the torque available from the Bosch motor drive so that urban delivery riders can beat trolleys to busy intersections and car-free hipsters can take their families to the movies after work. Well done.



Intense CEO Andrew Herrick said that they are assembling a serious assault on the World Cup DH circuit. The team will be announced in the near future and if all goes as to plan it will be headlined by top-five talent.

Intense CEO Andrew Herrick said that they are assembling a serious assault on the World Cup DH circuit. The team will be announced in the near future and, if all goes as to plan, it will be headlined by top-five talent.



Intense introduced its Spider 29c in a stunning black and satin gold colorway that made me want.

Intense introduced its Spider 29c in a stunning black and satin gold colorway. Me want.



Color-matched Renthal and RockShox components could cure anyone s Arachnophobia.

Color-matched Renthal and RockShox components could cure anyone's Arachnophobia.



Vee Rubber s studded Snowshoe XL fatbike tire should get you through at least one Alaskan winter riding season - but you re gonna have to pay to play 400 a pair for the studded version and 350 a pair for the standard Snowshoes.

Vee Rubber's studded Snowshoe XL fatbike tire should get you through at least one Alaskan winter riding season - but you're gonna have to pay to play...... wait for it........ $400 a pair for the studded version and $350 a pair for the standard Snowshoes.



Lezyne s Carbon Cage bottle holder 60 USD.

Lezyne Carbon Cage, 35-gram bottle holder: $60 USD.



Lezyne Classic Chain Rod is approved for 11-speed cassettes and features screw-in chain retainers and an integrated cog wrench 28 USD.

Lezyne Classic Chain Rod is approved for 11-speed cassettes and features screw-in chain retainers, and an integrated cog wrench: $28 USD.



Lezyne Shock Drive pump has a simple in-line gauge and services shocks and forks up to 300 psi - 45 USD.

Lezyne Shock Drive pump has a simple, in-line gauge and services shocks and forks up to 300 psi: $45 USD.



Lezyne Mega drive i gt left i gt and Deca Drive LED lighting systems are USB rechargeable and put out 1400 and 900 lumens respectively. Mega 200. Deca 160 USD. Lezyne offers a CNC-machined aluminum mounting hardware kit for an extra 50

Lezyne Mega drive (left) and Deca Drive LED lighting systems are USB rechargeable and put out 1400 and 900 lumens, respectively. Mega: $200. Deca: $160 USD. Lezyne offers a CNC-machined aluminum mounting hardware kit for an extra $50



Vincent is modeling Lazer s Magneto eyewear that pops into mangetic latches on the helmet s retention straps.

Vincent is modeling Lazer's Magneto eyewear that pops into magnetic latches on the helmet's retention straps.



Giant s all new Reign Advanced 1 was the most wanted demo bike in its fleet. The carbon-framed enduro AM machine looks wicked.

Giant's all new Reign Advanced 1 was the most wanted demo bike in its fleet. The carbon-framed enduro/AM machine is a fresh look for Giant - a wicked one.



Surley was the 26-inch fatbike pioneer and they recently brought in the 29er Plus mid-sized platform. We compare them here.

Surly, was the 26-inch fatbike pioneer and they recently brought in the very promising 29er Plus, mid-sized tire and rim. We compare them here.



Australian CX magazine

We were told that it is basically the same as the European version, but much faster, and with the addition of double-jumps and crocodile pits.



Osprey s Moki mini hydration pack is perfect for fast-paced XC trail rides but would make an awesome back-to-school pack for a lucky offspring 50 USD

Osprey's Moki mini hydration pack (left) is perfect for fast-paced XC trail rides, but it would also make an awesome back-to-school pack for a lucky offspring: $50 USD



The story goes that 100 got a call from Sam Hill mid-way through this year s season searching for an eyewear sponsor. The corporate guys almost blew him off because their core marketing was youth based. With some prodding 100 signed Sam and one month later the King of Flats ripped the World Cupto shreds. OK then.

The story goes that 100% got a call from Sam Hill mid-way through this year's season, searching for an eyewear sponsor. The corporate guys almost blew him off, because their core marketing was youth based. With some prodding, 100% signed Sam and one month later, the King of Flats ripped the World Cup to shreds. Well, OK then.



Vermarc won the best transport van award with Bill Ramsay s 1967 Volkswagen micro Bus. The interior is also immaculate.

Vermarc handily won PB's best transport van award with Bill Ramsay's 1967 Volkswagen micro bus. The interior is also immaculate - and it is his daily driver.



USS E-Mountain Bike at Luxor Hotel Interbike 2014

On the way back to our hotel rooms, we were surprised to see this beautifully crafted scale model of the USS E-Mountain Bike in the lobby.



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156 Comments

  • 192 5
 "On the way back to our hotel rooms, we were surprised to see this beautifully crafted scale model of the USS E-Mountain Bike in the lobby."





Well played PB, well played.
  • 59 1
 nice way to break the ice, RC
  • 151 2
 Sadly, there weren't enough fanny packs to save everyone. Thousands died of flat tires in the desert, unable to ride back to civilization, meanwhile RC just stood there, staring;

"You didn't bring a spare tube!"
  • 10 34
flag rewob (Sep 9, 2014 at 16:02) (Below Threshold)
 I dont get it. ebikes are a sinking ship?
  • 70 4
 Sherbet: that..... was funny!
  • 40 1
 Haha, sorry man, but we can never let that go. Cheers.
  • 19 0
 Cheap shots presented to you by Sherbet!! LOL.
  • 8 2
 I love the allegory. I must say that was brilliant.
  • 6 0
 @rewob it's gonna fail in the middle of nowhere and you're f*cked
  • 7 0
 Thanks. Mini whoosh. Apparently pb hates them so much they'll fuck anyone up who mentions them without attaching a deragatory comment about them.
  • 1 0
 Pinkbike sugar coat the facts? Not on that one. How long did it take you to come up with that one?
  • 4 0
 Beauty sherbet....LOL
  • 1 0
 A ship about to sink...
  • 71 2
 300 Crank Brother's pedals sold. That must equal at least 200 or so broken spindles by next Tuesday perhaps?
  • 45 1
 you forgot about the 300 worn out cleats by this friday
  • 15 0
 and the bunk bearings they already come standard with
  • 6 11
flag socalridur (Sep 9, 2014 at 17:02) (Below Threshold)
 to many people are stuck on the past, nothing but good things from they're latest product. even the 5 mins it takes to grease a bearing is sooooo hard for people.
  • 8 8
 Spew all the hate you want, but I love mine.

A $15 set of cleats per year, as well as an annual clean and re-grease of the needle bearings. Mine look like they went through both world wars but they function at 100%. I've had mine for 3 seasons.
  • 14 3
 stuck on the past? after I try all 3 generations and they all suck, I cut my losses and go to a new company.
  • 8 2
 socalridur - Call us stuck in the past, but I have seen 4 sets break this year alone. Most were less that a year old.
  • 32 1
 I've come to realize there is only thing that sucks as bad as the internet says they do: Avid Elixirs
  • 9 1
 Well not only do they break the spring is pretty loose out of the box and only can get looser- as it does, fast. The only reason dudes on the World Cup use them is because they get a new free pair every week.
  • 19 3
 I know a couple of people who are not WC racers who use mallets DH and gladly rebuild them once or twice a year, because it's worth it. In functional terms they are unbeatable, great float, great platform size, great low profile. Everyone in the industry knows that since years, but no one but HT components could take finger out of their arses and copy it. Eggbeaters are not bad at all either. Having said that I do think that the rest of their components, wheelsets in particular, are a joke.
  • 4 0
 i bought in 2 sets of eggbeaters in a 6 month span. first set's bearing's didn't feel smooth after 3 months and the cleats are worn off so i decided to get a 2nd pair thinking that there was something wrong with the pedals and to save myself from buying new cleats since a new set would include fresh cleats. 3 months after, same thing. i tried contacting CB via the email, didn't get a reply. so i went back to shimano, problem solved.
  • 6 0
 oh my god @ebehn that is perfect im going to post this on my shop's wall next to the cb rebuild kits!
  • 2 1
 35-55Nm on those pedals? Is my eyesight f*cked? I'm sure you would destroy an alloy crank if you threaded a pedal into it at 55Nm, 35 is still too tight.
  • 1 0
 most likely a statement saying to never remove them
  • 4 1
 CB pedals + Avid brakes = why bother
  • 1 0
 yup they should be giving out their multitools instead.
  • 20 0
 "Intense CEO Andrew Herrick said that they are assembling a serious assault on the World Cup DH circuit. The team will be announced in the near future and, if all goes as to plan, it will be headlined by TOP-FIVE TALENT."

That is a bold statement. Can't wait to see what develops. Off season is always interesting.
  • 3 0
 Interesting because as a CEO you don't yank out a statement like that unless you have it already sealed up. Good to see riders are maintaining their compliance with that little contract clause about "not engaging in contract discussions or agreements prior to the end of the current contract..." Bring on the off season circus!
  • 5 0
 that would be awesome to see Gwin on Intense. Doubt they could afford to pay the big bucks that specialized if shelling out though ...
  • 4 0
 It may seem like a bold statement, but a lot of top talent is up for grabs right now and it'll be insane to see who goes where. Lots of WC teams are getting shuffled...
  • 17 2
 It'll be nice to see Intense with a real race team again.

Might get some hate for this; but the Palmer thing seemed all hype. He's an advertising piece, sure, but he's not about to go win any titles. Intense could really get back into the game by picking up the right names.
  • 17 1
 Most likely Danny Hart.
  • 11 1
 Look at the color patterns of the bike, gold like what Sam Hill rode. And he and Palmer have had a positive relationship in the past with Palmer lending Hill his gold jacket for the podium. My bet would be Sam Hill on Intense next year.
  • 8 0
 That would be rad. But nukeproof would be crazy to let their first time, top performer go.
  • 6 1
 +1 for Danny Hart
  • 3 1
 Top 5? More like top 8.
  • 7 0
 maybe brook macdonald to intense? or Blenkinsop? can't see lapierre keeping blenki and bruni... who else's contracts are up?
  • 6 1
 As much as I would hate to see it happen, but Minaar's contract is up at Santa Cruz this year isn't it?
  • 19 0
 Ah man, don't break up the syndicate! Greg and Peaty balance each other out as role models to Josh. What a team.
  • 26 1
 I wish Greg and Peaty were my mom and dad. :c
  • 15 0
 @aenema Sam Hill leaving CRC? That would be a really devious move considering what Nigel Page has done for him.
Don't get me wrong, Sam is f*cking incredible on a bike and his run in World Champs was even faster than Ratboys, at least up to his crash, but what I'm saying is, that it's veeeery unlikely that Hill would be standing where he is right now, if it wasn't for Nigel Page.
Hill was pretty much hitting rock bottom when kicked out by Specialized, he was having injury after injury, he was chubby and also mentally absolutely out of form. Pretty much nobody believed that he'd still got it in him - apart from Nigel and maybe from what was left of his former fanbase.
But Nigel took Sam under his wings and gently started to build him up again, he not only just believed in him but built a whole team and pretty much his whole marketing strategy around the Sam Hill Superstar image. It took him over a year to get Sam his confidence back. Also Sam seems to be pretty much like family to Nigel.

On the other hand CRC has some serious racing history with Intense if you look back at the '07 team
www.sicklines.com/2007/12/17/team-chain-reaction-cycles-intense-kovarik-cunningham-camellini-simmonds
It's going to be interesting to watch the development, but my educated guess is, that Intense is going for a seriously talented young gun and trying to build him up with Palmers' help instead of buying an expensive old dog.
  • 1 1
 Bit weird. Crazy uncles would be better
  • 10 0
 So the question is who is in the top 5, and which top 5?

World Champs
1 Gee
2 Josh
3 Troy
4 Neko
5 Brook

UCI Ranking
1 Josh
2 Troy
3 Blenki
4 Gee
5 Matt Simmonds

World Cup Rankings
1 Josh
2 Gwin
3 Troy
4 Sam
5 Gee

I can't see Gee, Josh or Sam leaving their current teams. I can't see them affording Gwin. Personally I reckon it'll come down to Brook, Blenki or Troy.
  • 3 0
 Great analysis, Mazze. I'd be so shocked if Hill jumped ship.
  • 2 0
 But riding Intense... that I could see.
  • 9 0
 Maybe Neko?!
  • 3 0
 My money is on Troy. Second fiddle to Sam and now Gwin has got feel like a dead end for him on Specialized. He's proven his world cup status and would do well to lead a team of his own...
  • 8 1
 I think it's Gwin! He's not doing so good on the Demo... and it would be the ultimate homecoming. Gee's not changing, Brosnan has only gotten better with Spec and rat won't leave Peatty's womb. Who knows, but will be interesting to watch...
  • 3 0
 i'd be equally shocked if Hill went to Intense, although that doesn't mean I wouldn't be completely pumped if it happened. I've been hoping for that for years. I've had a gut feeling Gwin will leave Spec. after this year all season, and being a Southern Cali boy, and Intense being a Southern Cali company, there is some additional coercion there. I dont think Gwins price tag is much higher than any other solid top 10 contenders at this point. ultimately its hard to say. There's a lot of up and comers right now. I think its a safe bet to also expect Intense to squeeze back in as a bike sponsor for an existing team like CRC or maybe even Hutchinson United...I would also love to see the Hannah's on Intense.
  • 4 0
 SC would be crazy to break up that team
  • 20 1
 I can clear this up for everyone:
1. Shawn Palmer
2. Shawn Palmer
3. Shawn Palmer
4. Shawn Palmer
5. Steve Peat, but dressed as Shawn Palmer
  • 1 0
 I think specialized would do a lot to keep gwin from leaving. Think about it; they build a completely redesigned bike and gwin leaned by the end of the first season? Talk about bad publicity
  • 1 0
 Leaves (on mobile)
  • 12 0
 half of the bike world has a misdirected boner for Specialized, they could go full retard and produce only e-bikes and the fan boys would find a way to justify it. I dont think they'd be too affected.
  • 4 2
 Misdirected? Not to change topics or anything, but spec is making some really appealing bikes right now. Where there's smoke, there's fire. Right now, spec are f*ckin' smokin'.

I will agree to the latter though, there's a lot of fanboys out there. Think it has to do with the Americanized (led by Gwin at the very least) team.
  • 20 1
 Most of the top 20 riders' contracts are up this season - something that rarely happens, PB should start a fantasy DH team page.
  • 4 1
 I think there's a yearly fantasy DH on the forums already. DIRT also does a fantasy team, with the prize this year being a V10 frame. Pretty good fun.
  • 2 0
 INTENSE CRC 2015! I want to see these! 1. Hill 2. Jones 3. Smith 4. Kovarik 5. Buchar
  • 2 0
 I think it may be Gwin... He hasn't been performing like he did before, maybe Specialized doesn't want to pay him as much.
  • 2 0
 Maybe Neko?
  • 3 0
 Luc Shaw?
  • 1 1
 Sherb I wish they were your mom and dad too.
  • 3 1
 Any ideas on easy sicknesses to get? I need the Make-A-Wish foundation right about now.
  • 3 0
 Agreed. A handful of WC riders are up for new contracts right now. Once one big name makes a move, there will be a lot of shuffling. All of the speculation is certainly entertaining.
  • 2 0
 The previous Intense/Palmer articles stated they wanted to give some young talent a shot. I actually agree with the guys who speculated about Neko signing them.
  • 1 0
 I heard Commencal has tryied to pick Hill...
  • 1 0
 @cthrope, i agree that it isn't as far fetched to imagine Gwin moving. His first season with Spec left lots to be desired and even after getting a new Demo that i imagine was partly developed to address his preferences in a race bike, this season was also off his pace from 2012. Lack luster results over the last two years mean he doesn't command as high a price and that is compounded with Brosnon really coming into his own this year (he lead in points for half the season and had better finishes at almost every race than Gwin). All this makes it easier for spec to offer a smaller contract and be comfortable if Gwin decides to walk. IF Gwin did decide to walk, then i think Intense makes a lot of sense for him
  • 2 0
 In addition to whatever top WC guy they get, I hope Intense/Palmer picks up Richie Rude and Mitch Ropelato and gives them a solid shot at the WC.
  • 1 0
 How is Spec not giving Ropelato a solid shot?
  • 1 0
 Forcing him to run on 29ers perhaps?
  • 1 0
 he qualified first overall on that 29er. I wish he'd won. Anyway, here we are in 2014 with everyone riding 27.b
  • 23 5
 The new Reign looks cool, but that color... Ugh.
  • 19 1
 Brah, thats Unimog green!
  • 2 0
 I was thinking the same thing. At first glance I thought good lord that's hideous! Then I read it was a reign and immediately was heart broken because I love mine. Which also happens to be green.
  • 2 0
 The green is fine, but absolutely not with that yellow.
  • 13 0
 They painted them that color so no one would take off with their bikes
  • 6 0
 I ended up buying the team reign because i couldn't stand the colors of the other 3 models. I think its brilliant marketing strategy
  • 2 0
 looks like 1970's paint swatches
  • 1 0
 It sucks that you can buy the adv reign, xo etc 1x on it, sell off the shimano 2x cheap, and still be way under team price...and u get shimano brakes (slx ain't bad!)
Ah but that yellow...vinyl time or plasti dip I guess
  • 1 0
 Luca Shaw?
  • 1 0
 How old is luca anyway?
  • 1 0
 I was thinking about that But not cheaper with xx1 ,better pike (which you can only get with the team edition since it's custom made for that frame) and with the dt Swiss wheels. I am however switching brakes to saints with XTR levers and handlebars/stem to race face sixc and atlas stem. But I have ridden the new guides and they are better then the xts in my opionion
  • 1 0
 Btw, all the reigns come with the custom(for now) 46 offset pike.
And most reports say the travel adjust isn't reguired in this bike.
$2k more for xx1 basically. Wheels and cockpit always get switched out. ..
  • 1 0
 It is a good color for hunting. I like hunting.
  • 9 1
 4 bar suspension (as seen on the Transition) is fantastic. I'm excited to see more companies applying their engineering to this concept now that they don't have to pay Specialized for use on it. It will be good for competition and ultimately good for consumers.
  • 11 1
 Did the Titanic model go down well?
  • 3 1
 Didn't the RMS Titanic have FSR on the hull like the NEW Demo???
  • 3 0
 It has carbon steel hull. And everybody at PB knows that carbon doesn't handle impact well as steel.
  • 3 0
 "Tim Young said that Crankbrothers sold over 300 pairs of pedals to Dirt Demo guests in the first four hours of the show. He plans to sell over 1200 pairs in two days."

Honest question given the massive amount of people who ride with these-Do they still suffer catastrophic failure and require frequent rebuilds? My experience has been nothing short of horrific but maybe they've turned around? They look great but I'm hesitant due to previous reliability issues.
  • 2 0
 all you got to do if give them a call and speak with the tech guys and they will explain everything and in detail to improvements. There always a phone call away and no one calls them for a quick solution.
  • 7 0
 I feel ya, @socalridur: top notch customer service is invaluable. And it's rarer than proper spelling on Pinkbike forums. But I can't let this one slide - I've never had a cleat or pedal problem with my Shimano pedals. I've been on 545s, 737s, 747s, DXs, 985s. One bent spindle, and one broken spindle in 26 years of riding. I'm not willing to try anything else, given that track record. To me, the Shimano pedal customer service guy is like the Maytag repairman.
  • 3 0
 Speaking with the tech guys does nothing until the new designs have been in the field and proven themselves over time. The Mallets for example, while feeling great when new, have a horrible reliability record across the board. I have seen too many break this year alone to have confidence in Crank Brothers. Give it a year so and see where they end up.
  • 1 0
 they are designed to be taken apart,serviced and rebuilt. yes there are so flukes but doing so has drastically changed the longevity for me. good things coming I bet.... good things... I think they know very well what people think
  • 2 0
 I had 2 sets of Eggbeaters and a set of Mallets in a past life....loved the engagement, no problem with cleats but the seals/bearings were a joke. One set of EB's was fine but the other set would end with a dry bearing after one ride. The Mallet's needed a rebuild kit after 1 month, waited 6 weeks for it to turn up, lasted another month before I stuck them all in my spares bin. Time, Shimano, Wellgo (flats), Nukeproof (flats) used since and not a single issue....never again!
  • 1 0
 FWIW, have a needle-bearing generation pair of eggbeaters going on 5 years, no problems at all. Modern aluminum body candy's going on two years, no problems at all. Both the "3" level, seems to be the sweet spot for value.
  • 5 0
 I don't often ride fatties either RC....
  • 6 0
 No captions on mobile?
  • 3 2
 Yeah wtf pinkbike
  • 4 1
 checking on it now.
  • 8 0
 You da best RC
  • 2 0
 Captions should be fine now. The programmers found the glitch.
  • 1 0
 haha, blame it on the geeks!! Come on dude, it's vegas.... say no more!!!!!!!!!
  • 6 1
 That salsa is the only fat bike I would ride
  • 2 0
 Lets set up our fat bikes tubeless to save weight. Uh oh got a cut in the tyre. Just get another one for $400!
  • 2 0
 $400 for a set of Tires? Thats BULL Sh!t, I can but car tiers for that price.
  • 1 0
 yea it's pretty crazy... but they make a whole lot of car tires and very few studded fat bike tires...
  • 5 1
 "Hey Elli." I'm just doing what pinkbike told me to do.
  • 5 1
 that transition is a beut
  • 4 0
 i want to park my tool in elli ... just kidding
  • 1 0
 Someone had to say it.
  • 6 3
 all we want is a 180mm fat bike please
  • 2 0
 yes please lol
  • 2 0
 give it paddle tyres and i'd bet it would float. beach bike for summer.
  • 7 4
 That T-shirt would be a lot cooler with boobs in it!
  • 2 0
 The 100% Sam Hill story is wrong, he was wearing their goggles before the season even started. Sounds like marketing BS.
  • 1 0
 Not sure about the new transition look or reign look but I bet they are fun to ride. The bus is the shit.
  • 1 0
 Ah yeah pikes, pikes and more pikes, look so bad ass on bikes. So glad I have one because its one less thing to drool over.
  • 1 0
 Does that blond Park Tool come with that park tool blue T-shirt? Ill need two of those please.
  • 1 0
 Hello Elli, Park Tools never looked better. That 1967 VW van is da bomb. Btw hope Hill stays with CRC.
  • 1 0
 any body realize, 350$ for pair of fat tire... you really have to "OFF" your brain for buy that.
  • 1 0
 Thank you for completely ignoring E Mountain bikes!!! I can't wait for them to go away already!
  • 1 0
 Is it just me or Do the 29 fat wheel deal and 26 fat look about the same tire highth? Green eggs and scam
  • 3 2
 That Salsa Bucksaw looks like it could be a fun winter ride.
  • 1 0
 Agreed. I'm not really in that market at all, but I always thought snow-riding bikes would need some front and rear squish to maintain traction.
  • 1 0
 It's definitely a sweet looking bike! I rip around on it! By the looks of it, it may be using Dave Weagles Split Pivot design?
  • 1 0
 It does seem life a carnival. I dig those goggles though!
  • 1 0
 ah I do need a place to park my ....
  • 2 0
 tool ?
  • 1 0
 Anyone know what the new transition patrols gonna cost?
  • 1 0
 titanic caption is as good as the surly one is horrible
  • 1 0
 Hasn't 100% sponsored Nico since the re-launch of the company?
  • 1 0
 That Lezyne shock drive pump blows donkey. Just FYI
  • 1 0
 I actually like that e-bike... (*sobs silently*)
  • 1 0
 I think the hair dye is getting to Herrick's brain
  • 1 0
 I need that vw for road trips.
  • 1 0
 Surely you all know how to spell Surly.
  • 1 0
 i rode that reign....... and shiet was it good.
  • 1 0
 And 1,145 of those crank brothers pedals will be broken with-in a year.
  • 2 1
 Love the Vermac
  • 2 0
 Yeah. I worked on that bus last week....and the week before, and the month before, and the month before that. Bill Ramsay drives the shit out of that rig!
  • 1 1
 I could go on patrol......
  • 1 0
 Micro bus rules!
  • 1 0
 Palmer is a past
  • 3 6
 Way to go transition, you painted a sight and put you name on it.....
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