I'm gonna tease you all with some sick shuttle-able vehicles and trailers first:
GT's Tundra had Connecticut plates and we'd like to see where they take it wheelin' and shuttlin'!
Oh we want to go shuttling with the College Cyclery truck in a bad way.
Rolling Thunder with the SRAM folks.
Oakley's capable Toyota shuttle rig.
The Cannondale truck was showing signs of road rash.
No idea who owns this, but I like the truck and the license plate made me laugh.
We can't verify if the Crankbros FJ Cruiser is 4WD, but we bet it gets it done back in its home town of Laguna Beach.
If you're from Alberta, Canada then you need a reliable 4x4 to get through winter. Thankfully it's 100 degrees out here and the 4iiii's folks didn't have to worry too much on the pilgrimage to Vegas.
Yakima has just updated their original load bars with an aero design that will also see an increase in load bearings. The StreamLine System is a trickle down from their light weight Whispbar series.
Maxxis tires have roots in offroad trucks and always have a good looking shuttle truck on hand.
Sometimes you need more space than a van and that's when you get a trailer like this one that's part of the Ride Giant Demo Tour.
An all new logo and new ownership promises to breath fresh life into the Ellsworth brand well into the future.
We'd like to hideout out in this sweet little trailer that was at the Santa Cruz space.
The Banana Collective's trailer looks like you'd want to party there on a Friday night at the lake.
This KTM 990 Adventure was set up to make us a little envious. You can go pretty much anywhere you'd like with this beauty.
This Cam Am Maverick looked rallied and fun, but I am sure that they could have found a bike made in the last 15 years for their tire model.
We're all people and we all need bikes.
Do you like trail access? You can thank cars like this that make their way to towns like yours and works with the local associations to build sustainable trails. Thanks IMBA.
Magura's Caddy would be one to road trip in if the chance ever comes up.
Thule's Audi is looking hot to trot.
Now for all you van lovers out there, I present the best of Interbike - #vanlife edition:
Matte Olive Green is a favourite of mine, so I am kicking it off with this Smith Sprinter.
Magura - The Passion People and owners of fine vans.
You could put a small army in the Scott Sprinter.
Or live in the Van Dessel motorhome.
MRP has a fresh little Nissan box van to carry their Demo program to festivals around North America. Keeping your chains on and you riding longer.
I could totally live in the van that Continental uses for their tire program. Heck it might be bigger than my home.
Ditch your laces and pick up some shoes with the BOA system next time you need new shoes.
If you're doing long rides or back to back days on your bike, your body is going to need NUUN. Pop a few tablets into your water bottle and your body will thank you for the electrolyte replenishment.
KMC chains are so tough that they have to keep them behind bars.
The LIV brand is doing great things in biking and having a lot of fun along the way.
Brian Lopes just picked up his new van in March and it's one of the most dialled set ups that I've ever seen. He is one of the most decorated racers of all time and knows more about rad vans than most too.
Fox was on hand to set up bikes that were equipped with their suspension before riders headed out for test rides.
If you want to stick to your flat pedals, then you'd better be rocking shoes from the Five Ten van.
Rolling from North Vancouver BC to the Bootleg Canyon to show off their finest two wheeled loam saws.
Raleigh is rocking the long wheelbase duallie.
You'll need GU to get through your biggest rides.
The racing stripes were making the 100% Race Support Unit look fast.
Canfield takes this rig between the Pacific Northwest and Nevada several times a year.
We've seen a lot of changes at Marin over the last few years and nothing but good things ahead.
Marin / SRSuntour support ride.
Visit www.zoic.com to learn more about their line up of cycling clothing.
Breezer's newest long legged offering really surprised us this year and you should look for when their demo tour is near you in order to try one of the M-Link bikes out too.
Do you like the evolution of the POV video? You've got these folks at GoPro to thank.
Team blue of Shimano rocking the Dodge Sprinter.
KHS looks like they can move a whole high school team about with this set up.
Felt keeping it easy with a passenger hauler.
Pivot Cycles' long and roomie Sprinter van.
The Sea Sucker van was pretty dialled.
It's not pretty but it's safe to bet that more than a few riders would swap their daily drivers for this rig.
Intense has a few of these good looking Sprinters rolling around various demo tours that they do. Keep am eye out for one near you.
Santa Cruz Demo tour van.
This might have been my favourite daily driver that I found. You could carry a lot of gear, bikes and live easy in this one all while exploring forest service roads.
I hope that you enjoyed my little deviation from the norm here at Interbike. I can guarantee that Friday evening's edition will be full of bike parts again.