Today was the first indoor day of Interbike. We traded the high heat and open sky of the Outdoor demo for the air conditioning and big crowds of the Mandalay Bay. The show floor was home to products of all shapes and types from kids bikes, bike lights and cycling apparel to new frames, wheels and hydration equipment. We spent most of the day focusing on triathlon and aero cycling gear, though we made a few pit stops just to check out all of the innovative products on the show floor. Check out the gallery below for just a few of the products we looked at today and stay tuned next week for more indepth look at what Interbike had to offer.
Adamo had a number of revamped saddles with new padding options and a new naming convention.
Argon 18 had an E118 with a full World Tour build
Argon 18 had their new Nitrogen aero road bike with a full World Tour build
Bell brought a full size cutaway model of the Star Pro. We were shocked at how much detail went into the opening and closing vents
Our Bell Star Pro just arrived back at AG HQ for review. Seeing it at Interbike made us even more excited to get our hands on it.
After a tough year Blue is back with this Triad SL that has one of the best looking paint jobs at IB.
We also loved the paint job on this BMC TMR01
Cipollini is here introducing their new Nuke TT bike
The Falco V is back this year and still a stunner on the showroom floor.
Felt brought Mirinda’s Kona winning bike
It isn’t just cycling products on the IB floor. Fuelbelt brought their full line as well.
Giro brought the new Synthe helmet that beats the Air Attack in most situations yet doesn’t sacrifice cooling power.
The Giro Empire SLX is the lightest production shoe on the market.
The Guru 401 is a 901 with a slightly lower grade carbon at a more affordable price
We had the chance to sample a Guru fit machine.
GYST brought their range of transiton bags
Kask had their full range on display including the Infinity
Look had a very clean 795 on the showroom floor
Look Keo Blade 2
The new LG P06 aero helmet priced at $124.99
The LG M2 tri suit that has some very unique cooling options
The new LG Tri-400 with a 2nd generation BOA clasp
Magellan Cyclo 315
MIO strapless heartrate monitor
Nuun is partnering with Bikes for People – sharing a dollar for every box sold.
Pearl Izumi always has some great color choices
POC brought a range of aero helmet options.
POC is also showing off its new cycling apparel that brings a whole new line of safety features
The new Profile Design FC25 that checks every box for front hydration
Profile Design’s new F35 TT Pad
Profile Design is introducing a new alloy version of its Aeria bar.
Rotor brought out its patriotic QRings
We couldnt pass by the Scot booth without another look at the Plasma 5
Speedfil brought a prototype straw retention device
Vision is getting in on the front hydration market with this new prototype product
Vision is also showing off a new integrated aerobar
Wahoo brought a number of Kickrs
For 2015 XLAB is offering bundled options to help meet the needs of triathletes.
The XLAB Pouch 300 is designed to give those wanting to ride a single rear cage a new option for carrying ride supplies.
XLAB also brought a number of new computer mounts including this aero bar mount.