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Nice product placement by Shimano and Pearl Izumi at the registration desks.
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The Crumpton road bike in the Fairwheel Bikes both was very light and had a nice collection of parts.
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These EE cranks were especially interesting on this Crumpton.
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The Headsup System warns folks with gear on the roof rack from entering the garage.
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Quintana Roo introduced a few new color options on the CD0.1.
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The Nineteen Rogue wetsuit has quite a few interesting features and attention grabbing graphics.
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These Energy Drops are a new product for Cytomax.
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The G-Air is a new model for Gaerne and comes in 2 colorways. MSRP around $450.
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The Devinci Leo SL is quite a looker.
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The slightly louder BMC Timemachine TM02 option.
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Busy times in the Endurance Conspiracy booth.
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Ritte is a California brand with a Belgian influence and some interesting paint schemes.
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The NeilPryde Bayamo will come in road and TT versions but is still a ways out.
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Retul has a new fitting bike for which they are taking orders right now, but most likely only 15 wlll be built.
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The Tifosi Altar starts at $59.95.
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David Zabriskie and Ryder Hesjedal were very popular during their autograph session in the Camelbak booth.
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The wooden rollers in the Surly booth were quite a riot but some folks like Eric Sovern were quite agile on them.
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The Giro Savant weighs 262 grams and retails for $90. But it looks well more expensive.
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The Bianchi Oltre looks especially nice in this stealth option.
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K-Edge has crafted some very cool and beautiful GoPro mounts.