Interbike 2014: Day 2
images by Nick Salazar and Andrew Strauss
Sep 11, 2014  hits 102,232

A very vibrant display of Zipp wheels.
A very vibrant display of Zipp wheels.

Here is our Day 2 Gallery of Interbike from the showroom floor. Enjoy the images!



  • A very vibrant display of Zipp wheels.
  • Zipp's new 404 Firestrike attracted a lot of attention.
  • Zipp's new 404 Firestrike attracted a lot of attention.
  • SILCA had their very drool worthy SuperPista floor pump on display.  This is one awesome pump, and their booth seemed to be busy all day long with people wanting to check it out.
  • SILCA had their very drool worthy SuperPista floor pump on display.  This is one awesome pump, and their booth seemed to be busy all day long with people wanting to check it out.
  • SILCA had their very drool worthy SuperPista floor pump on display.  This is one awesome pump, and their booth seemed to be busy all day long with people wanting to check it out.
  • The SILCA 17-4 head that we <a href='2014_07_Silca_Pump_Heads_Review' >reviewed</a> in July of this year.
  • SILCA Ultra-Premium CO2 Cartridges
  • SILCA had all their heads and adaptors on display.  You can learn more about them in our <a href='2014_07_Silca_Pump_Heads_Review' >review</a> from July of this year.
  • The Boardman AiR TTE 9.8 appears not to have changed since we published our <a href='2013_10_Boardman_AiR_TTE_First_Look_Review' >first look</a> last year.
  • The Boardman AiR TTE 9.8 appears not to have changed since we published our <a href='2013_10_Boardman_AiR_TTE_First_Look_Review' >first look</a> last year.
  • The Boardman AiR TTE 9.8 appears not to have changed since we published our <a href='2013_10_Boardman_AiR_TTE_First_Look_Review' >first look</a> last year.  The bike uses a one piece proprietary stem and base bar combo.
  • The Boardman AiR TTE 9.8 appears not to have changed since we published our <a href='2013_10_Boardman_AiR_TTE_First_Look_Review' >first look</a> last year.
  • The Boardman AiR TTE 9.8 appears not to have changed since we published our <a href='2013_10_Boardman_AiR_TTE_First_Look_Review' >first look</a> last year.  The front end is still very clean, with no exposed cables.
  • The Boardman AiR TTE 9.8 appears not to have changed since we published our <a href='2013_10_Boardman_AiR_TTE_First_Look_Review' >first look</a> last year.  I'm not sure why anyone would prefer to shift only their rear derailleur from the extensions, but that's what Boardman has spec'ed on this Di2-equipped bike. You'd have to go out to the base bar to shift the front derailleur.
  • Fix It Sticks had a number of their tools on display.  I just love how compact these are.  For more info, you can see our <a href='2013_09_Fix_it_Sticks_Review' >review</a> from last year.
  • Fix It Sticks apparently liked our glowing <a href='2014_04_Fix_it_Sticks_Replaceable' >review</a>, and had it on display.
  • SRM had various power meters on display, including this 4 bolt DURA-ACE 11 speed model.
  • SRM had various power meters on display, including this Campagnolo 11 speed model.
  • Deda had a display showing all of their various aerobars.
  • Deda had a display showing all of their various aerobars.
  • Deda had a display showing all of their various aerobars.
  • The Felt IA 4 is Felt's lowest priced IA.  When the IA first came out, it was only available in a $14,000 high end build.  The IA 4 Felt introduced this year drops the price down to $5,500, making the bike accessible to a lot more people.  We have more info on this bike in our article detailing <a href='2014_08_Felt_IA_DA_Lineup' >Felt's updates for 2014</a>.
  • The Felt IA 3 with the front brake cover removed.
  • The Felt IA 3 with the front brake cover removed.
  • The front brake of a Felt IA 3.
  • Red Shift Sports had a cool display showing their Quick-Release aerobars.  These are designed for someone with a road bike, who only uses their aerobars occasionally, and wants to be able to install and remove them quickly.
  • Red Shift Sports had a cool display showing their Quick-Release aerobars.  These are designed for someone with a road bike, who only uses their aerobars occasionally, and wants to be able to install and remove them quickly.
  • ISM had several of their new saddles on display, and told us about their new naming scheme.  As their lineup has expanded, it has become more and more confusing trying to figure out what it what.  Their new naming scheme should make that easier.  The N of PN stands for 'Narrow'.  The R of PR stands for 'Recreation'.  And the numbers indicate how much padding is in the saddle.  We should have a detailed review up of some of their new saddles in the near future.
  • ISM had several of their new saddles on display, and told us about their new naming scheme.  As their lineup has expanded, it has become more and more confusing trying to figure out what it what.  Their new naming scheme should make that easier.  The N of PN stands for 'Narrow'.  The R of PR stands for 'Recreation'.  And the numbers indicate how much padding is in the saddle.  We should have a detailed review up of some of their new saddles in the near future.
  • ISM had several of their new saddles on display, and told us about their new naming scheme.  As their lineup has expanded, it has become more and more confusing trying to figure out what it what.  Their new naming scheme should make that easier.  The N of PN stands for 'Narrow'.  The R of PR stands for 'Recreation'.  And the numbers indicate how much padding is in the saddle.  We should have a detailed review up of some of their new saddles in the near future.
  • Rolhoff's internal gear hubs are always a feast for the eyes when shown in their cutaway form.
  • Zipp's Vuka Stalth aerobar has proved to be a popular new flagship for the stalwart company.
  • Smith's new Pivlock Arena shades are quite slick, and come in some radical new colors.
  • Smith's new Pivlock Arena shades are quite slick, and come in some radical new colors.
  • Kurt Kinetic's road trainer now has a dedicated powermeter pod that generates a very accurate power number based on the known resistance curve of the unit. It has a matching iPad app with customizable displays and a lot of great functionality.
  • Kurt Kinetic's road trainer now has a dedicated powermeter pod that generates a very accurate power number based on the known resistance curve of the unit. It has a matching iPad app with customizable displays and a lot of great functionality.
  • BarFly makes a lot of interesting mounts - this one integrates neatly into a specific Fizik stem.
  • BarFly makes a lot of interesting mounts - this one integrates neatly into a specific Fizik stem.
  • BarFly's new multi-color options.
  • BarFly makes a lot of interesting mounts, including this GoPro mount.
  • The Hongfu Avenger TM6 appears to be able to hide all cables internally.
  • The Hongfu Avenger TM6 appears to be able to hide all cables internally.
  • The Hongfu Avenger TM6 appears to be able to hide all cables internally.
  • The Hongfu Avenger TM6 appears to be able to hide all cables internally.
  • Yes, that is a blender attached to the back of a LOOK 795.
  • A GoPro-toting drone was on display.
  • There was a large massage area to help people recover after a long day of Interbike.

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