It must be hot in Palisade, Colorado, as Rapid Creek Cycle & Sport's Collin Miller seemed more than at home in the 88 degree heat. Dressed in Johnny Cash black, Collin was pegging off trails on the Niner WFO 9.
When the owners (Joe and Laura Mancuso) from Bicycles of Phoenix told Tom Howcroft (pictured) that they had a spot for Interbike, he jumped at the chance to to get out here and test ride the 2015 offerings - like this new steed from Transition. Being from Phoenix, Arizona, Tom was more than used to the desert heat and was smiling lap after lap.
It was a journey from Puebla, Mexico for Bike Logistics' employee Alfonso Velez. He was pumped to give the GT Sanction a run for it's money on the rugged DH tracks here at Bootleg.
Meet Pearl Izumi employee, Lani Pentico from Denver, Colorado. She wants all the ladies to know that she's rocking the all new Pearl Izumi MTB Journey Tank and to the boys - she'd like to challenge you to a shotgunning contest.
One time trail builder here at Boulder City, Erik Norland and his furry pal Kaya, were ripping up laps together of the trail network they once pioneered. Erik hails from Las Vegas, Nevada, but was here with friends from Advanced Cyclery out of Syracuse, New York. Check out Kaya's fancy GoPro mount that's made for pets.
Paul Aston is interning for Pinkbike.com here at the Outdoor demo and hails from Dudley in the United Kingdom. Just check out his mad steeze.
David Thom works for a company called ACT LAB from El Segundo, California that does Third Party testing for a number of businesses in the bike industry. David was keen to do some testing of his own on this 2015 Specialized Camber EVO.
Meet Charity, Fred, Andrew, Amy and Paul from CBS Cycling in Newhall, California. They were mixing up their demo bike options for two days of good times. I ran into them at the Powerbar Recovery station - as riders had to stay hydrated or pay the consequence of heat stoke. This crew was pumped to be here.
Chewy Aitken is from Sedona Bike and Bean in Sedona, Arizona and was out testing a Liteville 601. If you've ridden in Sedona and wondered, "Who rides those gnarly lines?" Well, chances are pretty good that Chewey pioneered them. This guy can ride a bike.
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