The Sparky’s booth is always one of my favorite stops during Interbike. They house brands like The Shadow Conspiracy, Subrosa and Mutiny. That means every year there’s always something fresh and new to look at and this year was no different. Here’s a quick video they put together giving you a look at some of the products they had on display inside the big box!
Apologies for not getting our weekly Products: column done on Saturday as usual. After Interbike I was pretty beat along with having to fly back to Minnesota and get all settled back in so I took yesterday off. I know, I’m a slacker… It won’t happen again for a while. I hope.
I do however have this weeks edition of Products: ready for you to check out for you right now. This week we’re going to do a couple more products than usual and look at a few of my personal favorite items that were on display this past week during Interbike. Let’s dig into this…
Another Interbike has come and gone. I can’t even believe it. There’s weeks of anticipation, followed by a few days of dreading how much work is involved in it, followed by kicking my own ass for 3 days straight and then a few days just to recover from it.. Then it feels like I blink and it’s already time to do it all over again.
This year made for my 5th trip to Las Vegas to see what the BMX industry had in store for us in the coming year. Once again I did the solo hustle from booth to booth snapping as many photos as I could while trying to retain product information long enough for me to make the next batch of posts. I hit nearly every BMX booth this year except for a few that were outside of the BMX zone or I thought I got to but didn’t. Apologies to the brands I missed. However, I did manage to hit 35 booths / brands which was pretty good for a one man job, right? Below you can find links to each brands booth incase you didn’t see anything yet, missed a few posts or just want to get a second look at what the brands had to offer this year.
In the last 5 years I don’t think I’ve ever covered anything that wasn’t a “BMX bike” but I think we all consider Fairdale a BMX brand since it’s owned by Taj Mihelich and run by a bunch of BMX riders. That’s more than enough for me to support it. I finally made my way over to their booth to take a few photos. Let’s take a peek.
It seems like every year I have come to Interbike for the past 5 years, I’ve been hoping that the Cyclops stem from Terrible One would have a “On sale now” sign on it… Which would be amazing… But things haven’t quite gone smooth up until recently…. Let’s take a peek at what’s going on with T1 these days.