Interbike 2014: Day 3
images by Nick Salazar and Andrew Strauss
Sep 13, 2014  hits 107,348

Cutaways of the LOOK 795 Aerolight reveal just how clean and complex it is. We showed the bike <a href='2014_09_Interbike_Outdoor_Demo_1' >earlier this week</a>.
Cutaways of the LOOK 795 Aerolight reveal just how clean and complex it is. We showed the bike earlier this week.

Our final day's gallery contains some little aero gems, including the long-awaited Brim Bros power meter. Enjoy the photos, and we will see you again soon!



  • Cutaways of the LOOK 795 Aerolight reveal just how clean and complex it is. We showed the bike <a href='2014_09_Interbike_Outdoor_Demo_1' >earlier this week</a>.
  • Cutaways of the LOOK 795 Aerolight reveal just how clean and complex it is. We showed the bike <a href='2014_09_Interbike_Outdoor_Demo_1' >earlier this week</a>.
  • Cutaways of the LOOK 795 Aerolight reveal just how clean and complex it is. We showed the bike <a href='2014_09_Interbike_Outdoor_Demo_1' >earlier this week</a>.
  • Cutaways of the LOOK 795 Aerolight reveal just how clean and complex it is. We showed the bike <a href='2014_09_Interbike_Outdoor_Demo_1' >earlier this week</a>.
  • Cutaways of the LOOK 795 Aerolight reveal just how clean and complex it is. We showed the bike <a href='2014_09_Interbike_Outdoor_Demo_1' >earlier this week</a>.
  • Cutaways of the LOOK 795 Aerolight reveal just how clean and complex it is. We showed the bike <a href='2014_09_Interbike_Outdoor_Demo_1' >earlier this week</a>.
  • The LOOK 795 Aerolight is narrow and beautiful. We showed the bike <a href='2014_09_Interbike_Outdoor_Demo_1' >earlier this week</a>.
  • Sebastian Kienle's camo-painted Plasma 5.
  • Sebastian Kienle's camo-painted Plasma 5.
  • Sebastian Kienle's camo-painted Plasma 5.
  • Sebastian Kienle's camo-painted Plasma 5.
  • Sebastian Kienle's camo-painted Plasma 5.
  • Sebastian Kienle's camo-painted Plasma 5.
  • Sebastian Kienle's camo-painted Plasma 5.
  • Sebastian Kienle's camo-painted Plasma 5.
  • Sebastian Kienle's camo-painted Plasma 5.
  • Sebastian Kienle's camo-painted Plasma 5.
  • The slick Kappius Components hubs.
  • K-Edge's slick bar mounts.
  • K-Edge's slick bar mounts.
  • K-Edge's slick bar mounts.
  • Stages has come a long way in a short time, moving from a tiny booth to a full-sized one.
  • Quarq, like SRM, is now expanding its line to work with Shimano's new rings.
  • This was at the Surly booth. But don't ask me what this has to do with Interbike - I have no idea.
  • The Saarto Velox looks quite a lot like the new Ridley Dean Fast, down to the split fork with the integrated sidepull V-brake.
  • The Saarto Velox looks quite a lot like the new Ridley Dean Fast, down to the split fork with the integrated sidepull V-brake
  • The Saarto Velox looks quite a lot like the new Ridley Dean Fast, down to the split fork with the integrated sidepull V-brake
  • After many years of development, Brim Bros are just about ready to release their cleat-based power meter. It will allow for traditional three-bolt cleats or Speedplay four-bolts. This is the USB-powered charger.
  • After many years of development, Brim Bros are just about ready to release their cleat-based power meter. It will allow for traditional three-bolt cleats or Speedplay four-bolts.
  • After many years of development, Brim Bros are just about ready to release their cleat-based power meter. It will allow for traditional three-bolt cleats or Speedplay four-bolts.
  • Yep, more random animals on the showroom floor.
  • The Cippolini Nuke has some redeeming features, and is relatively clean, but seems a bit too little, too late -- at least for the triathlon crowd.
  • The Cippolini Nuke has some redeeming features, and is relatively clean, but seems a bit too little, too late -- at least for the triathlon crowd.
  • The Cippolini Nuke has some redeeming features, and is relatively clean, but seems a bit too little, too late -- at least for the triathlon crowd.
  • The Cippolini Nuke has some redeeming features, and is relatively clean, but seems a bit too little, too late -- at least for the triathlon crowd.
  • The Cippolini Nuke has some redeeming features, and is relatively clean, but seems a bit too little, too late -- at least for the triathlon crowd.
  • The Cippolini Nuke has some redeeming features, and is relatively clean, but seems a bit too little, too late -- at least for the triathlon crowd.
  • The Cippolini Nuke has some redeeming features, and is relatively clean, but seems a bit too little, too late -- at least for the triathlon crowd.
  • The Cippolini Nuke has some redeeming features, and is relatively clean, but seems a bit too little, too late -- at least for the triathlon crowd.
  • This is how my brain feels after so much time covering the showroom floor. Thanks for reading -- see you next year!

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