Always psyched to meet up with the Flybikes crew to see what they have cooking up. Although they had a big 2015 preview the other week that gave us a preview of all their new parts and colorways, it was good to see it all in person. Let’s get a closer look!
Next stop at Interbike was the Stolen Bike Co. booth to see what they had going on this year. We got a preview of their new stuff the other day in their 2015 Bikes and Parts catalog that landed online, but it was still good to get a closer look at everything. Let’s take a peek at what they cooked up!
Alright! Let’s keep this party moving on. Next stop was the Volume Bikes and Demolition booth to get some laughs from Brian Castillo and check out what’s new with both of the brands. They had a bunch of new items cooked up from tires, stems, bars, forks to colorways and more. Let’s get a closer look!
Next up, I went and heckled Gaz Sanders and Grant Castelluzzo by the Mutiny product! I’m real psyched on the approach Mutiny took this year, stepping back to refocus on their line to make it better, cleaner and overall more simplistic without putting stuff out just to put it out. After a little hiatus they have a revamped line including Grant’s signature frame along with updates to all their other frames and parts. Let’s take a look!
Keeping the party going, it was time to get a look at what Sean Burns and the Bone Deth crew have been working on! As always, we expected some bomb proof goods without much for crazy colors or extras. Although they only had a few new items, they have a bunch of dialed product worth checking out. Let’s get to it!