This OEM had everything from hub shells to 3D-forged fork crowns on display.
Get low. Zoom Components' Tequila stem will be available in 40 or 50mm lengths with a -12 degree rise for 35mm bars.
If you're looking for a sweet head scarf to go with your arm and leg warmers, U-Join has it covered.
7iDP's new lace-up ankle brace uses a piece of thin, flexible fabric that sits along the top of the foot to provide additional support.
Somehow this Mondraker Dune RR didn't make it into yesterday's bike and frame roundup article, but better late than never.
FSA is updating their line of cranks to make them more versatile. The cranks can be run with or without a spider, and a spacer is available that sits between the chainring and the crank arm in order to create the correct chainline for either 142 or 148mm rear spacing.
These flashy hubs were created by Hubsmith, and are available with up to four different anodized colors. Claimed weight for the rear hub is 250 grams, and 142 grams for the front.
Fouriers' clean looking direct mount stem.
Fouriers also had their new silicone rubber grips on hand.
And the award for the biggest lens goes to...
I've had flat pedals with float before, but that was usually a sign that the bearings were in drastic need of an overhaul. It's a different story with Funn's Hover pedals - they have 8 degrees of fore and aft float, thanks to a spring loaded mechanism that allows the body to pivot. The float is intended to help alleviate the knee strain that could theoretically arise from using tall pins and sticky rubber on traditional flat pedals.
Gub isn't a common brand, at least in North America, but the Chinese company is hoping to change that in the near future. Shown is their CE-certified XX7 helmet.
That looks uncomfortable.
There's probably at least one color on these bars from Acros that matches your bike.
Can't get enough carbon in your life? Lezyne's Carbon 10 multitool uses carbon fiber side plates and titanium hardware to keep its weight down to only 80 grams. It even comes with a custom aluminum container and a leather band to prevent the stainless bits from opening up and poking your Prada hydration pack. MSRP: $100 USD.
Saddles as far as the eye can see at the Velo booth. Velo Saddles makes more than 10 million saddles a year - that's over 1,000 saddles an hour, all day, every day.
This was right around when I started to think my jet lag induced sleep deprivation was causing hallucinations.
HT has a new clipless pedal on the way called the M1. It uses the same clip-in mechanism as their T1 trail pedal (and the same cleats), but in a smaller package. MSRP will be $129 USD when they become available in April, and the weight with a chromoly spindle is a claimed 298 grams. There will also be a version with a ti spindle that will shed 46 grams.
HT is updating the internals of their popular AE03 flat pedals, replacing the outer cartridge bearing with a needle bearing to help improve durability. The same internals will also end up in their clipless pedals.
Apex Creative's CF6-209 may not have the catchiest model name, but the full carbon frame has 208mm of travel, a tapered head tube, and can be set up with either internal or external cable routing.