Ohlins' TTX22 shock is now available in a trunnion mount version, and also gets a new spring collar and bottom out bumper.
Greg Minnaar and his assegai.
Microshift have a new version of their clutch-equipped 11-speed derailleur on the way. They claim the clutch is extremely durable - it uses a series of pawls to add tension to the cage.
Along with the derailleur, Microshift also have two new 11-speed, 11-46 tooth cassettes.
Pivot's popular Switchblade is now available in aluminum, which drops the price significantly. According to Pivot, the aluminum frame is actually stiffer than the carbon one.
Intense's M29 ended up on the podium at the first World Cup DH race of the season; not a bad way to kick things off.
A little Giant car.
The Bomber Strap is a different take on the traditional tailgate pad. Designed for one or two trail bikes, the strap is made from ballistic nylon that's sewn around foam padding. Ryan Cleek photo.
A full-suspension gravel bike? It turns out that's a thing, and Niner are working on one called the Magic Carpet.
Speaking of gravel grinding, X-Fusion had a short travel version of their Manic dropper post that's designed to work with drop bars - the lever sits to the inside of the hood.
The Revel inverted fork has been teased at nearly every tradeshow for the last three years, but it's now in stock and officially for sale.
Loic "Super" Bruni now has his own signature version of Crankbrothers' Mallet DH pedals.
Wolf Tooth Components are entering the headset market with an assortment of brightly colored options. The cups are machined in USA, and equipped with stainless steel Enduro sealed cartridge bearings.
SR Suntour's gravity athletes will be using the new Jurni air shock this season. The shock has externally adjustable compression and rebound, and the air volume can be adjusted by sliding the air can off to add or subtract spacers.
Cane Creek had this Ghost decked out with all of their goodies, including a Helm fork, DB Coil shock, and eeWings titanium cranks.
The eeWings crankset is light, gorgeous, and comes with a ten year warranty, which is a good thing, because they cost $999.
If you're rocking titanium cranks, it only makes sense to have a fork with a gold crown.
Zerode are going to be offering a shorter travel version of the Taniwha, with 140mm of rear travel. It's the same frame as the longer travel version, but with a lighter build kit and a more lively ride feel; it's meant to be more of a trail bike rather than an all-mountain / enduro smasher.
Xpedo always have a bunch of pedals on display that have received an oil-slick finishing treatment, like this Baldwin pedal.
Xpedo were also showing off a version of their GFX pedals with a composite body.
I wonder how many packs of cigarettes it took to get this Santa Cruz Tazmon back in 1994?
Want to impress your ten-year-old? Take him to work and have him help you create aluminum building blocks. At least that's what Jason Quade, the founder of Abbey Tools, did. The blocks were just a side project, an exercise in creativity more than anything else, which means that they're not something you can buy.
Abbey Tools' 4-way multi-tool has four fixed bits, and is available in a variety of configurations for $40.