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A reflection of Spy's Jim Miller and Sea Otter activities in a Spy Screw.
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It s best to start early and these kids were around all day with lots of enthusiasm.
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Fletch Newland of Vision is like a very proud father here.
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This Patterson drive might be quite cool on a commuter bike.
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A Formula hydraulic disc brake on the Colnago C59 Disc.
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Beyond Coastal was active at Sea Otter with a couple sun protection stations at Sea Otter and we all appreciated it greatly.
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Rotor introduced the mountain bike crank with integrated SRM power meter.
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The ramps on a WickWerks mountain triple chain ring set. WickWerks also offers road versions.
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The BMC GranFondo bikes were available for demo rides here.
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Geoff Kabush seems to alway looks calm, cool and collected.
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Race results are important no matter where you go.
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Pro Kelli Emmett on her way to a skill set session.
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Dan Empfield early on during a road fit session in the Purely Custom booth.
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Mark Cote of Specialized on the green machine that Robert Egger developed.
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An integrated Speedplay on either the Sidi road or tri base helps you get lower.
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The Enve Simon Smart wheels are available for demo rides here at Sea Otter.
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Andy Kessler and Gerard Vroomen with the new Open Mountain 29er. A new project for these industry veterans.
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Zipp introduced the Vuka Alumina aero bars today, and these new bars offer a large amount of adjustment.
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A snapshot of the action during the amateur circuit race.
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But not everybody was concerned with racing.