Finally catching up after last weeks chaos known as Interbike 2015! As some of you might know, this was my 8th year in attendance and I was able to cover pretty decent ground doing things on my own. During the three days, I was able to snap photos of 31 different brands products and get them posted up. Unfortunately there were a few I missed due to time constraints and obviously the issue of having to find time to make it to all the suites for the brands that weren’t willing or able to get a booth at Interbike. I’ve gone through and compiled all of the links to the different posts for you to get a look at everything that was taken in. Obviously with there being 3 days and needing to cover 31 brands, there were probably things we missed or got incorrect, but for the most part it’s all there. Take a look at all the booths below and see what there was to see. We’ll be compiling a “Best Of” for each brand, so check back soon to see that!
We swung by the GT Bicycles booth toward the end of the 3rd day of Interbike 2015 to catch up with our good friend and GT product designer / freestyle team manager, Ben Ward to catch up and to get a closer look at their full range of 2016 complete BMX bikes, a prototype frame and a handful of prototype parts from bars to cranks to a stem and more. Ready to see all this? Let’s do this!
This year Odyssey and Sunday Bikes decided to take a different route than they traditionally do with Interbike and do a low-key suite. We were able to sneak on in for a few minutes to check out a bunch of new products they’re working on from Jake Seeley signature products to a freecoaster, grips, seats and more. Let’s take a look!
No slacking on our end. We kept moving and made our way over to the Deluxe BMX guys to see what they have cooking up for 2016. As a bunch of you probably heard, they were bought out by Kris Bennett and a few others last year and they have a bunch of dialed in products hitting shops and mail-orders now, so let’s get into it!