Taking Shelter From the Sun - Interbike 2014

Sep 10, 2014
by Mike Kazimer  

After two days of storms and sun for the Outdoor Demo portion of the show, Interbike moves indoors to the cavernous halls of the Mandalay Bay Convention Center. Much like the rest of Las Vegas, it's a sensory overload, full of every type of cycling product imaginable. From titanium hardtails to a dropper post can crusher, Wednesday's wanderings uncovered a little bit of everything.



RSD Chief Interbike 2014
We enjoyed our time aboard RSD's Triumph hardtail last winter, but it was their 29" Chief hardtail that was drawing a crowd this year. The look of skinwall tires can be polarizing, but they seemed to be a perfect match with the bike's titanium frame. The complete bike as shown is available for $5499 USD, although we'd toss on a dropper post before hitting the trails with it.

Interbike 2014
  Sliding dropouts allow the bike to be set up as a singlespeed or with gears, and there's enough room in the rear triangle to fit tires up to 3.0" wide.

Interbike 2014
  The Hauser 14L is made in the USA by Acre Supply, an offshoot of Mission Workshop, the San Francisco based company best known for their messenger bags and packs. The bag is touted as being "weatherproof," with a rolltop closure and waterproof zippers to help keep it from getting soaked during inclement weather. A tool roll is included to minimize the sound of rattling wrenches and tire levers, and to keep everything organized during stops for trailside repairs. The pack alone is available for $205, or with a 3 liter bladder for $240.

Interbike 2014
  Acre's Traverse shorts are constructed from a water repellent 4-way stretch fabric and tailored to sit just below the knee, with a slit on each leg to give them enough room to fit over kneepads. A wide belt is sewn into the shorts, and a sturdy metal buckle is located on the right side to fine tune the fit. MSRP: $148 USD.

Interbike 2014
Taking design cues from their goggles, 100% has a new line of sunglasses on the way called the Speedcraft. The slightly raised portion in the center is meant to provide a better field of vision when looking forward from the tucked position cyclists are commonly in. The glasses will range in price from $175-$195, which includes a spare clear lens and a hard case, and there will be two different lens shapes along with a wide palette of frame colors. 100% also has a new hard case designed to hold goggles, tear offs, spare lens, and a GoPro. Available in red, grey and camo, the case is $45.00.

Interbike 2014
100% is expanding their glove line as well with three new styles for 2015. The DH-oriented Simi has extra padding on the knuckles and top of the hand, while the Airmatic isn't quite as beefy, but still has a little extra protection on the knuckles. The Brisker is 100%'s cool weather glove designed for those late fall rides when the temperatures hover in the 40°F range.

Interbike 2014
  Dakine has revamped their pack line, keeping the styling of classics like the Nomad ($135) intact, but adding in better ventilated shoulder straps, along with a new bladder that has a magnet to attach it to the shoulder strap.

Interbike 2014
  The Dropout jersey ($45) may look like something you'd find in a roadside truckstop, right next to the camouflage pants and cowboy hats, but its antimicrobial polyester fabric and the sunglass / goggle wipe on the inside make it well suited for mountain biking.

Interbike 2014
  Ryder's Eyewear doesn't hold back when it comes to booth design, and this year they went with a Western theme, complete with buzzards looking down on a dead horse. They had actual products on display as well, including the Shore goggle, and their Thorn sunglasses.

Interbike 2014
  Modern body armor is better fitting and less bulky than ever before, and Alpinestars' new Evolution Jacket is a prime example of what is possible. The Evolution ($169.95) has a Level 1 CE certified back protector and removable shoulder protection, and is designed to be compatible with neck braces. A hydration bladder can also slide into the back pocket and be routed over the left shoulder.

Interbike 2014
  Alpinestars are branching into the pack market for 2015 - their Faster pack shown above has a CE certified back protector, plus the capability of carrying a full-face helmet and pads. MSRP: $139.95

Interbike 2014
  Nino Schurter's Scott Scale seems to make it to every trade show we attend, but it always looks fast no matter where it's parked. Draped in carbon and lightweight bits like the semi-slick tubular Dugast tires, the bike weighs well under 18 pounds.

Interbike 2014
  Planning a mid-winter trek to the Arctic? Or maybe a late-night beer run in a blizzard? Lake might have the answer with their $300, SPD-compatible MXZ303. There's Thinsulate in the toe box to keep frostbite at bay, and an insulated insole to prevent the cold air from penetrating the bottom of the shoe.

Interbike 2014
  Fat bikes have only recently begun to gain wider acceptance, but Remolino was making them as far back as 1999. Back then, there weren't tubes wide enough to fit the 3.5" tires, so valve holes were drilled in the 80mm rims to allow two tubes to be run next to each other. According to the placard next to this bike, the tires were made in Mexico City, on the same machines that formerly produced tires for the Ford Model T.

Interbike 2014
  Owners of Feedback Sports repair stands will be interested in this little accessory that bolts right on to the top of the stand for easy beverage opening.

Interbike 2014
  Are canned beverages more your style? Blackburn was certainly thinking outside of the box when they made this one-off beer (or soda) can crusher using a 3D printer. There aren't currently plans to put it into production, but if demand is high enough that could change.

Interbike 2014
  In addition to dropper post mounted can crushers, Blackburn is rolling out a line of accessories for the growing number of bikepackers out there, including a handlebar bag ($75), a top tube bag ($45), and a seat pack ($100).

Interbike 2014
Shaun Palmer's been getting plenty of press lately thanks to the news of his re-signing with Intense, and the bike he raced to a silver medal at the 1996 DH World Championships in Cairns, Australia, was perched atop the California company's booth. Check out those vintage parts on his American-flag themed rig: Magura hydraulic rim brakes, Shimano XTR drivetrain, MRP chainguide, an original RockShox Boxxer and an Azonic stem and bar. Classic.

Interbike 2014
  Wise words.



View the entire Interbike 2014 Product Gallery here.


152 Comments

  • 84 4
 Diggin the bear jersey
  • 34 2
 Thank you dakine for making a jersey that is stylish and not designed with highlighter pens , more of this please !
  • 21 5
 Make one with a wolf or add in a moon! Or an eagle!

(there is a wolf on that shirt but far too small and not prominent enough.)
  • 23 30
flag gavlaa (Sep 11, 2014 at 3:52) (Below Threshold)
 That bear jersey single most horrific piece of clothing I have EVER seen. They picked a £2 top off Great Yarmouth market and sewed a DaKine logo on it. The only way it could make this any worse would be to include any of the suggestions from the comment above.
......its antimicrobial polyester fabric..... make it well suited for...... a bombfire.
  • 4 0
 Yes, that's a must have! Big Grin
Also the Alpinestars backpack looks good, I hope they'll have it in black or army green. And the Santa Cruz with the packs has a nice colour scheme too.
  • 12 0
 As soon as I saw that sweet-ass bear jersey, I knew the comments were gonna be good.
  • 8 1
 Wife calls 911, my husband went riding 12 hours ago. I'm afraid something happened.
911 says, where did he go?
Wife, I don't know. Some forest with trails.
911, well, what was he wearing?
wife, Camouflage
Ah....??
  • 2 0
 when conditions get muddy I like to wear brown, black, dark colors.
  • 9 0
 Bear Jersey will look great with my Cat sweaters!
  • 5 0
 Can they make one with George Washington Riding an Eagle shooting a bazooka ? I would buy that
  • 1 0
 That would be too US-centric, maybe as some limited edition.
  • 1 1
 someone didnt get the reference....
  • 1 0
 @pbrider and on the back it says "freedom"
  • 21 1
 I've been riding downhill for almost a decade now, and my most common injury comes from smacking my pinky finger on a tree. When I saw the 100% glove, I was de-stocked to see that they had increased padding where I least need it. In my opinion, a glove with proper protection (plastic shell) that covers the main and second knuckle (and in-between) on the *pinky only* would sell like hot cakes.
  • 5 0
 GET ON IT! I'd buy it. Make it for me. Immediately. As in, right now.
  • 1 27
flag game (Sep 10, 2014 at 23:00) (Below Threshold)
 get some flanged grips and stop riding with your hand on the very end of the bar
  • 3 0
 I agree hen7. I almost broke my little finger on a bar height trailside rock on a very narrow trail a few months ago. My gloves are thick but no real padding there and a chunk was missing from the glove. Still have a lump on the finger bone just past the first knuckle.
  • 4 13
flag game (Sep 11, 2014 at 2:05) (Below Threshold)
 was that too practical? I really don't understand why some things differ from mx to mtb, everything else has caught up and carried over(fashion, suspension, geometry). Yet everyone grips their bars by the very ends of the grips, as if its 1999 and your bars are too skinny. Its 2014, we have 800mm bars, you don't need to hang onto the last mm of grip for extra width. But hey why not keep ramming your pinky into trees and wear jousting gloves instead!
  • 3 0
 sitting here in a cast having broken my hand just below the pinky finger knuckle, crashing at a race 2 days ago I completely agree, crap design from 100%!
  • 3 0
 I rock fox bomber gloves ever since I punched a rock on my dh bike and had to have 3 screws and a plate to put it back together, there a bit bulky but do the trick. I always ride at the end of my bars no matter what bike dh,bmx or fixie. Could have meter long bars and still ride at the ends.
  • 2 0
 Kona Cowan gloves used to have a carbon fiber knuckle protector. I know this because i still have one glove, the dog chewed the shit out of the other. Sad times. Anyone got a left hand Cowan glove circa 2004/05???? lol
  • 2 0
 Similar design, but comes with potecting foam for the pinky www.bike24.de/p170231.html
  • 1 0
 Probably wanted to avoid a cease and desist from Giro for getting too close to this design...http://www.giro.com/us_en/products/men/gloves/dirt/remedy-x-20387.html#gid=undefined A little bulky but a great glove. I enjoy punching trees with these gloves on.
  • 1 0
 Fox makes exactly what you are looking for. Best gloves ever.
  • 1 0
 Both Fox and Dakine have made armoured gloves that just protect the pinky and ring fingers. And it's not just clipping trees. Any time you slide out, chances are if your hand is under you, it's your outside fingers that get hurt.
  • 2 1
 two crushed knuckles on both hands guess which ones , and i never ever ride with my hands at the end of the bars all from crashes
  • 2 0
 plus 1,000 glove makers... take the protection from index and middle fingers and just move it two fingers over... seems simple enough.
  • 2 0
 Protection on ring and pinky finger (and) sew those two together (four finger glove) so the pinky isn't so easy to break.
  • 1 0
 My mate who races road motorbikes also told me to stitch those to two fingers together. Might give it a go with my flogged out gloves.
  • 1 0
 I started wearing moto gloves (street not dirt) after hurting my hands with mtb specific gloves. I had a great pair of Italian leather Motorace gloves. Carbon knuckles and they wrapped around/over my wrist bone. They weren't cheap at $120 but I got a good 2 seasons out of them and the fit was amazing. The carbon and leather both have saved me numerous times.
  • 2 0
 damn those sound nice ... moto gloves might be a proper idea
  • 22 2
 Is 1987 making a comeback? They can't be serious with those sunglasses.......Oakley Razor Blades? Anyone?......
  • 12 0
 100% correct! totally agree
  • 6 1
 I 100% agree.... 60% of the time
  • 7 6
 It is, I can't wait till this f*cking hipster trend is over. Oakley with their retro designs, FOX with the old logo, Santa Cruz and their turquoise-magenta Nomad Carbon. What will be next, shiny pink tracksuits instead of jerseys and headbands instead of helmets?
  • 7 0
 82.5% of statistics are made up.
  • 4 1
 "82.4% of people believe them whether they're accurate statistics or not" -Todd Snider, Statistician Blues
  • 2 0
 .... fluorescent sun-ice ski jackets and vuarnet sunglasses
  • 9 0
 To be fair, Fox's retro logo is part of their celebration of 40 years in business.
  • 2 1
 @Extremmist haha true but fox has the excuse as they reused it for their 40th anniversary, but please don't mention shiny pink tracksuits Wink
  • 2 0
 Pretty sure Oakley just started remaking their retro ones. I can not for the life of me find them on the site but here they are in the banner. www.oakley.com/en/mens/sunglasses/category/m02?cm_mmc=google-semsearch-_-oakley-_-sitelink-_-Sunglasses

I kind of dig the 100%s though... I love a good mirrored lens.
  • 1 0
 greglemondfans.files.wordpress.com/2014/03/glf-razor-blades-2.jpg


Everything comes full circle..........unfortunately
  • 2 0
 Holy shit, I am glad I am not the only one who thought that.
  • 2 0
 Ya and Oakley just started making them again to celebrate the company's 30th year anniversary.
  • 13 0
 Five and a half grand for a hardtail?? What do they smoke over there when they do prices??

BTW..the dead horse did it for me! Razz
  • 9 1
 I love the contrast, though... Clean Ti lines and tanwalls headed up with the murderous 35mm Pike. It's like Keira Knightley with a Kalashnikov.
  • 1 0
 its got a 32mm revelation not a pike
  • 2 1
 I am so glad someone agrees! (not that I doubted it really, this is pinkbike after all) I usually hate all the "thats too expensive" whining, but seriously, 5.5k....for a hardtail....that is pure insanity. Yes its a ti frame, so thats worth what, 2k absolute max? Where does the other 3k come from? Someone please lay out a price breakdown that justifies it. Cos I don't think its possible.
  • 1 1
 A hand built boutique ti frame can easily fetch close to 3k, add up the parts and you would be surprised. Things add up quick, at the shop I work at it is not uncommon for one of our Open brand hardtail build to reach 10k+
  • 2 1
 10k can get you a full bling build on a carbon full susser with top end shocks both ends. How on earth you could spend that on any hardtail is still beyond me.
  • 8 1
 At the 100% guys... My poor little pinkies takes more abuse than my other guys. Getting whipped with branches and twigs! Where's the love?!?!
At Intense, I had that bike minus the paint, plus KOVACHI WHEELS!!!! The '90's were rad.
  • 2 0
 I don't know about everyone else, but I'd kill for some hydrolic rim brakes
  • 3 0
 I like how the rear triangle says "SWAG"
I thought that was a 2010 thing.
  • 6 2
 That "classic" Intense Shaun Palmer's bike. I just love it , and I am looking at it and looking and looking. Do you guys dig it or not ?

I would dream of getting that bike to shred a little. I still remember the elastomer forks, first coil and oil sprung forks in 125mm -150mm dual crown.

The good old days... The evolution of bikes and the beginnings of it. Thanks to you Shaun and others, for how far we come today.
  • 6 1
 It's bike-porn from another century Smile

I still have a Magura rim break on one of my old school bikes. And a MPR chain guide in one of my parts bins.
  • 5 1
 ^^ Like 1920's black and white Polaroid pornography of women with their pantaloons hiked up?
  • 8 0
 More like a classic 80's big haired vixen - Looks similar to current models but less curvey and a bigger ring. :-)
  • 2 0
 I love that bike, but with modern geometry slacking the head angle right off it looks like it's been crashed into the back of a bus at Palmer speed and the headtube bent back!
  • 4 0
 70's bush
  • 2 1
 Linda Lovelace
  • 5 1
 I really hope those speedcraft shades have a narrow enough profile to fit under the newer high coverage "enduro" style lids. They look pretty cool.
  • 1 0
 I hope they fit my watermelon noggin well enough. Great looking alternative to goggles.
  • 2 0
 The Remolino fat bike builder is probably broke and shivering in a shack somewhere while the rest of the bike industry (that can afford a marketing department) is skipping down to the bank to make their deposit. Makes me sad...
  • 1 0
 Hey guys, talking about goggles, does anyone knows about a polarized lenses?
Last year I went to bootleg and I got my eyes literally fried by the sun. That day I had just regular clear lenses but I don't think darker lenses wouldn't help me that much.
Thanks.
  • 1 0
 Yeah, polarized lenses help mostly with glare off of the water. If you go boating lots there great but for purely land use I don't think they serve a huge advantage. One thing I have hears about doing is buying real Oakley lenses and fake frames, I believe some fakes are compatible with real lenses.
  • 1 0
 They should help the glare and the vision, but you need to find a pair that will protect you from UVA and UVB rays of the sun. If you don't have glare problems than you can probably find a tinted goggle with high UV protection if its cheaper. But the crucial function is the UVA and UVB protection.
  • 1 0
 Thanks for the reply guys.
I think there are some nice polarized high uv protection goggles used for snowboarding. Would those fit a full face helmet?
  • 1 0
 you would have to check with the helmet and goggle design they all vary with fit. Im pretty sure oakley or spy or one of the moto/mtb guys do lens already. Maybe check there first, not sure if they are polarized, but I remember seeing tints and they mentioned UV protection %
  • 1 0
 Polarized lenses are not recommended for activities with lots of head movement, like tennis.. Headaches can result from the polarized filter. Does MTB qualify? Up to you...
  • 1 0
 Currently riding with Ryder's shore goggles using polarized lens. I don't really notice that much of a difference on the trails as far as the lens goes and no, I never got a headache either. Those shore goggles are amazing, the fit is perfect and they're very hard to fog, and when they do they clear ultra fast. Couldn't say the same about my spy's or any other MX oriented goggles I've owned that were twice the price.
  • 1 0
 Currently own two pairs of the Shore goggles with Polarized, Chrome Mirror grey, and clear lenses. They are the best goggles I have ever owned, they NEVER fog, and the photochromic and polarized lenses work very well. For racing and riding, the polarized lenses make it more bearable to be in bright sunlight, and the photochromic make light to dark shady trails a lot easier to ride and see through. I never get headaches so I have no idea what Uncle Tallboy is talking about.
  • 1 0
 @larryssman7 I was wondering about the photochromic lens. When I ride DH I come in and out of woods often so the lighting conditions change all the time. Does it adjust fast enough? I've been told by people who owns photochromic glasses that they take a while to adjust to sudden light changes and due to DH speeds, they probably wouldn't work like I'm hoping they would. From what I understand it would be more of a "one lens for any condition" deal that adjust to the overall day's lighting that a lens that adjust really fast as the terrain changes. Any input?
  • 4 0
 Being from Alaska, that jersey is ridiculous. Looks like something only a Texas tourist would buy.
  • 3 0
 and for those of us who like ridiculous jerseys = jackpot.
  • 5 1
 How could a saddle bag like that could possibly work with a dropper post?
  • 4 1
 Agreed. Plus, I don't think most bikepackers are riding with droper posts anyways.
  • 1 0
 I've ran a revelate seat bag with my command post but only the first drop could be used,still worked ok.
  • 1 0
 Love the colour matched Fox stanchions. Pity they just lost the warranty doing that.
  • 1 0
 I would pay good money for an actual dropper compatible saddle bag. Packs suck.
  • 1 0
 Check out JPaks for some wicked bags, fully customisable according to bike/rider needs.
  • 1 0
 I have a medium sized one on mine. Works fine. Carries co2, tube, crankbrothers multi tool, my keys and some shot bloks. Weight isn't an issue with it.
  • 1 0
 I mean a big one. I don't care about carrying a regular sized pack. It's when the 32 or the 50l packs come out that I wish for a better way.
  • 1 0
 Pack lighter.
  • 1 0
 Normally I can comfortably underpack my 30l ski touring pack for up to 4 or 5 days depending on weather. Any less and I'd worry about safety in an alpine environment.
  • 5 1
 SWAG! that paintjob on palmers intense is da bomb
  • 2 0
 Proof for my students that their generation DIDN'T invent the term "Swag".
  • 5 2
 Can't handle the #SWAG of Palmer's Chainstay.
  • 1 0
 that's not 100 % Schurter's race bike. He used a proto DTSwiss fork this season and the bike on display features a stock fork.
  • 1 0
 That titanium bike, and the decoration of the bronson/solo (this years colours suck! I want that one!) =)....crazy cool stuff.
  • 2 0
 amen bigburd, I'm fed up with riding round in bertie basset colors. Thats candies to our families across the pond
  • 2 0
 Bikes for Boobs?! Pinkbike you really know how to get my attention...
  • 1 0
 You'd have to be a bit of a boob to pay that much for a bloody hardtail
  • 3 1
 Intense got the most vintage riders too. Lopes, Palmer..... Who's next?
  • 12 1
 Gary Fisher
  • 1 0
 No Way!
  • 3 1
 Those maxxis tires me want.
  • 3 1
 The RSD bike looks like a Ti version of the gen2 Canfield Nimble 9.
  • 1 0
 It is precisely the same frame except in ti which is pretty crazy. They also offer an 853 version.
  • 3 1
 does palmer's intense have cracks on the seat tube / down tube?
  • 5 1
 The paint is coming off in a number of places - it's worse on the other side, but it still looks pretty good for a 20 year old custom paint job.
  • 1 0
 if you blow the picture up it sure does look like the weld is cracked below the cracks in the paint.
  • 5 0
 Man bikes have come a long way in 18 years, 5" trail bike these days would probably smoke that thing
  • 2 0
 Look at that head angle! It's like a road bike..
  • 1 0
 @Silliker269 Probably?

I would wager the same person riding both it and a 29" Stumpjumper Comp would see the newer bike come out on top. It's amazing how far things seem to have come. Newer suspension tech alone probably makes all the difference.
  • 1 0
 True , but I'm thinking geometry mostly, and whats interesting about that is the technology was available then but they just didn't know it would be faster. Drop the BB and slacken the HA on that thing and it would rip pretty good I reckon. Although maybe one thing back then is the courses might have been much tighter / lower speed.

I think we all might look back in another 10 years and laugh at the 50-70 mm stems everyone was running
  • 1 0
 What about Palmer on his old bike vs any of us on a modern enduro bike? Haha
  • 1 0
 Chances are if hes fast then he will be fast on anything.
  • 1 0
 Who're you? Mondraker?
  • 1 0
 No , I just think things are going that way and it makes sense, why would you want a moment around the front axle if you don't need one. Moto's dont have stems
  • 3 1
 $150 for a pair of shorts..... gtfo
  • 2 1
 Expensive yes, but made in the US. All Troy Lee's, Dakine, etc. $80-$100 shorts are made in China or Vietnam.
  • 3 0
 Yep, and paying retail for those is insane imo. $60 is my limit and even that is crazy. We're getting slaughtered out there!!!
  • 2 1
 Unreal. They get away with it because people pay it. $150 shorts. Get f*cked.
  • 1 0
 i get my troy lee shorts direct from asia for 28 bucks a pair ...
  • 3 2
 Will the 100% glasses come in 650b size? They would go great with my Enduro bike.
  • 6 1
 I bet you're wondering if anyone is offering protection for your huge Endurosack too, I know I am.
  • 3 0
 I see dead horses.
  • 1 0
 If I'm forced to buy skin wall tires, I'm going to color them black like I did in the 90's...
  • 1 0
 we talked to aggy in whistler and he was wearing that jersey! it is so sick!
  • 1 0
 I've got a wallet and a backpack in the same design as the jersey. I need that jersey.......
  • 2 0
 Ti + Skinwalls + That fork looks fuc%ing awesome.
  • 1 2
 Is anyone else getting a bit bored of seeing Shaun Palmers DH bike that he DIDN'T win the world championships on?? Would be nice to see Nico V's bike that actually DID win the world championship.
  • 2 0
 WTF is with the dead horse.... bit OTT to say the least !
  • 2 0
 They forgot a corkscrew for all of us who drink wine instead of beer… Wink
  • 1 0
 Anti microbial fibers are actually real bad for you. I like the design though.
  • 1 1
 Or you could go to Ross and buy swim short for $10 instead of spending $150 on some grey "super" shorts
  • 2 0
 You can. Other people will buy what they want.
  • 1 1
 Feedback Sports should pick up peaty to push that bottle opener or nickbeer...
  • 1 0
 I want that Dakine jersey!!!!
  • 2 0
 bikes for boobs
  • 2 0
 yeah, could someone elaborate, what that slogan is about?
  • 3 0
 I won't speak for RSD, but as the guy who made those boobs I can tell you by donating to breast cancer research you can get a chance to win a sweet RSD bike.
  • 1 0
 Carbon's cool, but there's nothing sexier than Ti.
  • 2 0
 Ti for hardtail frame looks marvelous. Or Cromo.
  • 1 0
 Love the integrated water pack and armour
  • 2 1
 Hey RSD you screwed up the Kona Honzo geometry.
  • 2 0
 ACRE.
  • 1 0
 Shaun Palmer wrote SWAG on anything he got before it was cool
  • 1 0
 Vultures. Those birds are vultures.
  • 1 0
 In North America both terms are commonly used to describe the same species.
  • 1 0
 No thanks acre supply I'll stick with my kick ass sixty dollar Coleman
  • 1 1
 Loving RSDs giant jump bike.
  • 3 4
 Wow. Those 100% glasses are HARRABLE!!!
  • 2 0
 Those would have even been considered ugly in the 80s.
  • 3 0
 i mean some stuff is so ugly it never can brought back as retro, those glasses are on of them.
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