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At Interbike: Eye candy that’s functional too

Posted by on September 25th, 2009 at 6:45 am

A sampling of some of the most colorful things I saw on the show floor. Check out the rest of our Interbike photos here.

Shiny things
Beautiful fixies (Photos © Elly Blue)

Ortlieb
Ortlieb’s classy new commuter panniers, “The Downtown”
knog lock
Knog’s new lock has a unique design and looks highly pocketable.

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20 incher
Is it wrong to be excited about non-folding road bikes with 20″ wheels? I saw several.
Biomega is a Copenhagen company that pushes the boundaries of bike design — but also makes a functional city bike (often with a shaft drive).
interbike 2009
The KiddieMoto — by far the coolest looking scoot bike for kids.

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