The rain showed up for day 2 of Interbike 2015, but that didn’t stop us from continuing our quest to find the latest and greatest gear around. Hopefully you were following us on Instagram and already got a sneak peak of some of the products we experienced. Tomorrow make sure you continue to follow us and keep an eye on #AeroGeeksAtIB as the whole team livegrams around Interbike.
We started off the morning back at the Argon 18 booth. Today we were checking out the aero road Nitrogen and its fully integrated and adjustable stem.
Speedplay had multiple color options of their new Zero Aero pedals to see.
Boa was showing off it’s closure system by offering free shoe conversions. Whether it was a cycling shoe or running shoe, they were ready to help you make the switch.
Smith had their full range of glasses and helmets out for people to check out. As a side note, we just so happen to be starting a review of the Overtake in the next few weeks.
Continental showed off their road tire range, as well as the chance to purchase a wide range of Conti gear. We just wish they had a hat that matched our AeroGeeks kit.
Both Naturally Fast and Glukos were showing off their line of hydration and nutrition products.
Finish Line had a number of new products on display. For those looking to do some home wrenching they had reusable mechanics gloves and an Absorb-It Mat that you can use in both the home workshop and under the turbo trainer.
We thought that Giant had today’s winning shirt…
… but Justin from Justin’s clearly took the win.
The HealthmateForever Tens device is super portable and perfect to use in the office or even the daily commute.
KMC was showing off their chains, offering more than just a way to go beyond bar tape for color coordination. The new KMC chains are meant to be lighter and last longer than other chains on the market.
Lezyne brought their full product line to Outdoor Demo, including their new cycling computer. We were quite impressed with their small tool bag that would be great to have in transition for ‘those’ days.
Last but not least was Shimano. Shimano was showing off the new SH-TR9 triathlon shoe. The shoe features ventilation around the shoe as well as the golf ball dimpling that was recently implemented by Speedplay. A carbon sole completes the package.
Shimano was also showing off their newest action camera and mounting accessories.