Occasionally, the showstopper for a booth isn’t the bikes or components, but a one-off afterthought like this. Acros’ booth had their hydraulic shifting system, which was shown in a couple additional anodized colors from what we saw at PressCamp, but the real eye candy was this carbon fiber chess board with headsets for pieces.
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Reset Components had some pedals even the Terminator could love. In purple, too!
What three-year-old doesn’t need a full suspension mountain bike? My hand is about 8″ from the bike, it’s that small.
Above and below, two warped cruiser bikes from Italian manufacturer Paduano.
This is a potentially new version of USE’s TULA aero bar with integrated brake pods. The current version, available on their website, integrates the extensions directly into the main body with no bolt-on risers.
This bruiser of a bike uses a Bionix battery and rear hub motor.
This beaut was latched to a rather nice looking car outside the media room.
Tange used some crazy bikes to show off their goods.