The last full day of our Interbike coverage is over as tomorrow the show will slow down quite a bit and many folks will leave Las Vegas. Meanwhile here are a few more pictures from the second day inside of the 2010 Interbike.
Simon Whitfield has been a Shimano Pro for quite some time and has his own cool logo in their booth.
The INOU from CatEye combines video, photos and GPS data logging in a small package and has commuters in mind.
The SeaSucker bike racks work via vacuum and can be attached pretty much anywhere on your car.
John Cobb is still all smiles despite a long day at the trade show.
Only 59 of this special edition Colnago C59 will be made available.
Since this Knog lock is called Party Frank, what better way to display it than in a bun and with some mustard?
The badge of retailer Mark Smith not only states his name, but also the obvious.
The new GU Mandarin Orange packages in a sea of Mandarin Oranges.
A custom Hawaii paint job in the Lazer Tardiz helmet.
The very nifty magnetic buckle of the Tardiz helmet.
The Serotta HSG Aero is new for 2011.
A closer look at the seat post clamp area of the Serotta HSG Aero. How did they do that? :-)
A 2010 Interbike inside gallery
Day 2 2010 Interbike inside gallery