A visit to the 2010 Eurobike Demo Day
Written by: Herbert Krabel
Date: Tue Aug 31 2010
The people there seemed not too worried about the very angry looking heavens.
Even the devil gets hungry and thirsty.
A very lonely and dirty looking Cervelo R3 awaits the next rider.
These very orange Specialized bikes were easy to find.
It must be hard to walk past this "bike" without trying to jump on it.
The Crankbrothers always have some very cool giveaways, but the pedals were not free.
Hanka Kupfernagel's Stevens cyclo-cross bike looks ready for the season.
Lots of sausages for all my hard working friends, well for someone's friend.
The very clean and officially Campagnolo guys.
The sun peaked out here and there over the beautiful roads around Argenbühl - Ratzenried.
The 2010 Eurobike show opened its doors today for the expo inside the enormous trade show center in Friedrichshafen, Germany. 1090 exhibitors awaited 40,000 trade visitors from over 75 countries. 9.01.10
The second day at Eurobike was even busier than day 1 and we would truly need to have a very large crew to cover it completely. But here are a few folks and items we noticed today. 9.02.10
We perused more halls and aisles at Eurobike 2010 and have another gallery ready plus a few more pictures right here. This was the last industry only day and tomorrow this huge venue will be open to the public. 9.03.10
We noticed new triathlon shoes from Gaerne, a new bag concept from Gyst, the recently released book about the life and times of Igor Kenk and a tomato flavored energy gel from Squeezy. Good times. 8.17.10
With the temperatures still super hot in the Northern Hemisphere we look at the cool layer from Craft, a sodium rich gel from Cranksports, new wheels from Mavic, a cool triathlon image and a new threadless t-shirt. 8.11.10