The second day at the 2011 Interbike show is behind us and we perused the aisles all day to find a few goodies, meet interesting folks and be social.
We noticed bikes from Felt, Kestrel and Stevens, a wheel from 3T, a powerful light from CatEye, shoes from Giro, Bont and Pearl Izumi, a clever lock from Abus and much more.
All images © Herbert Krabel / slowtwitch.com
Giro brought their new tri shoe to Las Vegas and this shoe should retail in the $200 to $220 range
The shoe features a nice heel loop, a small loop for a rubber band and a drag strip.
The foldable Bordo locks from the German Abus brand are quite clever and unique.
Bill Humphreys with his very cool Jersey Project book.
TYR will be offering a training range of clothing like this new Carbon VLO kit.
A closer look at the pad inside the TYR Carbon VLO bib shorts.
Dan Empfield during one of his bike fitting seminars at Interbike.
We ran into Paul Matthews last night at CrossVegas and today again at the show.
Chris Horner during an autograph signing in the SRAM booth.
The Honeystinger Strawberry waffle is new and very delicious.
The 3T Mercurio 60 LTD wheel.
Very interesting spoke placements on this 3T Mercurio wheel.
Felt showed off their custom paint program at Interbike.
The Pearl Izumi isoTransition retails for $120.
The CatEye Sumo 3 light produces 5500 candlepower at max output and retails for $550.
Bont brought a prototype mountain bike shoe to Las Vegas.
Pip Taylor's Kestrel has a very cool paint job and was displayed at Interbike.
We also ran into Pip Taylor at the show.
German brand Stevens also has an entry into the aero road market.
At the end of the day the band in the Clif booth rocked the crowd.