Please pardon the terrible formatting, the IPad doesn't want to play nice with our blogging software.
Here are some photos from around the show, it was the first time I've seen the production Mr. Pink, Nature Boy Zona, and Airwolf which was really cool. And I can't believe how massive and elaborate the booths are compared to Interbike.
Here are the highlights from the first day.
One of our German distro's employees had made his own hubs for his Dropout polo bike. Even though he's an engineering student the fact that someone could make their own hubs (shells) blew my miind (that's myiind which is the next level of that shiz)
PF30 Mr. Pink first production
Air Wolf first production, Wolfsblood red
And here's some cool stuff from around the show Cinelli Laser retrospective
The new edition of the Laser
360 whip at the dirt jumps between the halls
Being in Europe it's hard not to get excited about traditional city bikes, I thought the bikes by Viva were particularly lovely examples