by Kyer and Kyle Robinson
Kyer and Kyle are in Las Vegas at the annual Interbike International Bicycle Exposition, attending educational sessions and exploring the show floor...
We compiled a list of ten more things we thought were new and cool during day two of Interbike 2016.
Zipp Vuka Evo 110 mm Extensions: The newest carbon extensions should give many more aero fit options. Plus, they will add a lot of comfort for many riders. The old ski bend is gone and the sleek new Evo is here.
2XU Recovery Gear: This may be the best looking recovery compression gear ever—though maybe we are biased because they are Kyle’s Bikes Green. Not only do they look good, but they get your entire body feeling better for your next workout.
Blackburn Outpost Seat Pack: Racks are out and bags are in as the new cargo solution, and the Blackburn bags are among the best and most economical options out there. These bags will carry a ton of gear and keep it dry. The Outpost also now comes in camo.
Feedback Sports Tools: A new option to the home use bike tools market with a full line of tools. Feedback’s tools seem very well designed and planned out. The tools can be purchased individually or in a couple of different kits.
GoPro Karma Drone: We've been anticipating the hot new drone from GoPro, and it’s finally here. You can purchase one of these units from GoPro sometime in October and start capturing amazing bike shots.
Strider Rocking Horse: Turn your Strider bike into a rocking horse. What a great solution for getting riders on their Strider bikes at an even earlier age. Now you don’t have to wait until your child walks to get them setup with their first bike. This will also be great when the weather is lousy and the little one wants to go for a ride!
FSA K-Force Electronic Shifting: Electronic shifting is getting better every year, including this year. This new FSA kit is a combination of wired and wireless technology. The shifters don’t have wires running to them but the seatpost mounted battery has wires running to the derailleurs. The clear display told the story very well (even if it didn't photograph well).
Come back tomorrow for our observations from the final day. See what we saw on the first day in our Interbike Day 1 post.