Interbike 2016: Day 3
images by Nick Salazar
Sep 23, 2016
Felt TA FRD » Felt's Olympic track bike was on display, complete with its specialty left-side drivetrain and some very trick one-off components.
And here's our final look at the showroom floor at Interbike 2016. Enjoy!
FSA recently unveiled its semi-wireless groupset (the derailleurs must both be wired to a shared battery), and Vision has some nice additions to its aero lineup.
Felt TA FRD
Felt's Olympic track bike was on display, complete with its specialty left-side drivetrain and some very trick one-off components.
This saddle was so bizarre, I couldn't help but take a few pictures. I am not exactly sold, but it would probably be helpful for people who don't know how to properly sit on a split-nose (or noseless) saddle.
This small Ukranian firm focuses mostly on 1x drivetrain components, but built this entire beam bike (including custom crank and chainring) from scratch as a way to demonstrate its wares. For now, it's not a production bike, but is definitely eye-catching.