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Category: Interbike 2010

Interbike 2010: Tough Chik

Posted by Lady P On October - 5 - 2010

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I do love me some Interbike! Here is a newcomer!
Tough Chik is around a year young and had some cute styles for the ladies.
Tough Chik offer cycling, yoga, and casual apparel for girls only!

About Tough Chik:

As Team Tough Chik, we are designers, marketers, runners and cyclists that feed on creative expression. We are proud of our shin splints, scars and pedicures. We strive to support women of all shapes, sizes and backgrounds who celebrate life and seek to conquer its challenges and adventures.

Love it!



This jersey would be one of my favorites.


Interbike 2010: K Edge Chain Catcher

Posted by RL Policar On October - 1 - 2010

More info about K Edge, click HERE.

Fair Wheel Bike’s Titus 29′er Di2

Posted by Khoa On September - 28 - 2010

Another successful trip to Las Vegas!  This time the excuse was Interbike 2010.

I planned my trip so that I could also attend the Outdoor Dirt Demo.  After a few laps on the dirt I wanted to try something different.  So I walked up to the Trek Road bike demo and they handed me a Madone 5.2.  So I jumped on it and headed towards the road course.  I first tried to shift through the gears but the lever didn’t move, I thought to myself, huh?  Did they give me broken bike?  So I stopped and looked down at the drivetrain, and saw there were gears, it wasn’t a single speed, then I noticed it was Dura-ACE Di2 Electronic Shifters! SWEET!!!  It was awesome, the gears shifted perfectly and smoothly, I was thoroughly impressed, I want one!  If you’re wondering why I am talking about a road drivetrain on keep reading, the topic will shift.

So the next day I meet up with the rest of the crew and we headed into the indoor show floor.  Walking into a trade show as big as InterBike can be very overwhelming, there are shiny new bikes and cool new parts all that are just screaming “look at me.”  At least for me it’s hard not to jump randomly from one cool thing to another.  Somehow I ended up looking at some Tune and KCNC hubs, bar ends, and skewers.  While checking out this little booth I noticed a very nice 29” Titus Ti frame with a Cannondale Lefty fork.  But after a few more glances, I noticed the same Dura-Ace Di2 derailleurs I experienced the day before, but on a mountain bike.  This sparked my interest and I started to inquire more about it.  It turns out that this was a “Titus Di2 Project 29er” that was a completely one-off, it has a programmable Di2 brain that takes shifting to the next level.  There are only 2 buttons for shifting both the front and rear gears.  The brain uses calculated gear inches to decide on the proper next gear.  The brain also removes duplicate gears and prevents cross chaining.  A feature that’s not even available on the Road Di2, is that if you hold down the button it will allow you to dump the gears in either direction.  To top all that off the Brain was enclosed in the stem and the battery unit was hidden in the seat tube. All this weighed in at around 16 lbs.  Here are some pics.

Interbike 2010: Monster 36″ Cruiser

Posted by RL Policar On September - 27 - 2010

Former Park Pre owner came out with this limited edition 36″ wheeled monster cruiser. Only 150 of these bikes were made.


IMG_5900 Editors’ Choice Awards 2010

Posted by RL Policar On September - 26 - 2010

Not too long ago, we gathered the staff of for a meeting to discuss which products they had tested that deserved recognition. Once we tallied up the votes, we then presented the Editors’ Choice Award during Interbike.

Without further adieu, we present to you the award winners.

Airborne Taka DH Bike
airborne taka

Editors choice mtn airborne taka

Pcych Frame Bag
choice awards

Redline Monocog 29er

choice awards

KHS XCT 555 (now the XCT 556)
choice awards

Congratulations to all the companies that received these awards.

Big Wheels keep on turnin’….rollin’

Posted by RL Policar On September - 26 - 2010

No I’m not talking about 29ers, but Joe and I had a chance to race each other with some demo trikes at Interbike.
It was kinda pricey if you ask me…they wanted $200 (retail) but show special was $150…
None the less, it was still fun.

Ergon Interbike 2010

Posted by RL Policar On September - 26 - 2010

Sonya L. of Ergon USA talks about all the new things being offered for 2011.

Hydrathon Interbike 2010

Posted by RL Policar On September - 25 - 2010

Hydrathon is a new kid on the block that has a promising future. Not only does it have some great features such as the ability to mount on your frame or wear it like a hydration pack, but it’s also affordable. The price point on this bag is only $65.00

Interbike 2010 – Intense Cycles Tracer 29er

Posted by Joe Solancho On September - 24 - 2010

Johnny from Intense talks about the new Tracer 29er with the G2 dropouts. It can accommodate the 135mm rear axel and the NEW industry standard 142mm with maxle.

Interbike 2010 – Hayes Prime Disc Brakes

Posted by Joe Solancho On September - 24 - 2010

New brakes for Hayes in their 2011 line-up is the “Prime”. Joel with Hayes gives us a run down of the cool features.





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