Issue 155 is released! In this episode we discuss our exploration of the bike friendly areas of Fullerton, followed by a discussion of race radios’ place in the peloton and Romain Bardet’s desire to see them banned. We also touch on the popularity of virtual group rides, how the landscape of bike industry expositions is changing, and another reason not to use Uber.
Interbike, the bicycle industry trade show started in 1982, will be cancelled for September 2019 in Reno, Emerald Expositions announced today. Darrell Denny, Executive Vice President of Emerald Expositions’ Sports Group, cited recent bike tariffs on imports as the final straw.
We review our experience as an exhibitor at cycling convention Interbike, we also discuss the first fatal e-scooter share accident just as more people are riding them, Uber CEO invests in bike friendly infrastructure, and how social media is making the outdoors ‘more dangerous’.
Now is the time to retract the quills and embrace all levels of cyclists, all types of cycling.To this focus of unity, we bring an issue that covers the collective gamut of cycling interests.
The RideArgyle effort continues, updates on the Vuelta España, Cycling Weekly’s forced apology, times to take shelter while riding, Justin’s animal encounter, Interbike’s shop awards and last year in Las Vegas, Tour of Britain news, and hill-climb gearing.
It’s impossible to comprehend that almost 12 months have elapsed since Interbike 2016, but the calendar doesn’t lie, so the editorial crew is planning our annual pilgrimage to Las Vegas for the largest bicycle expo in the United States.
OC-based Guardian Bikes visits Shark Tank, Greg LeMond makes Tour predictions and suggestions, plus, this summer you can catch a free shuttle ride from Irvine to Laguna Beach on the Summer Breeze shuttle.
As the e-mountain bike (eMTB) category continues to be one of the bright categories for North American retailers, Interbike, the largest bicycle industry trade show in North America, today announced a new feature of OutDoor Demo (ODD) where retailers will have the opportunity to test and review eMTB’s from participating brands.
Interbike, the yearly compendium of phantasmagoric cycling delicacies, is just around the corner as this is written, and the SCB crew has the same rapt anticipation as the week before Christmas many years ago.
You can expect a lot of innovative new pieces in the apparel space at Interbike this year. Many textiles and fabrics that are now being utilized in garments are more breathable and more versatile in a range of seasons. Though the industry may wish that the edgy gravel bike is the leader in bike trends this year, the true performer will be the electric bikes, with an electric model provided by all of the major bike brands.
At the 2016 edition of Cross Vegas ,there will be some big changes to the race course at the Desert Breeze Soccer Complex in Las Vegas. The racing action will be moved almost exclusively into “The Bowl”, only at the start and finish will the racers move out of the bowl for some concentrated action for spectators.
Detroit Bikes heads to Las Vegas with a full line of new bikes. Handcrafted from American steel, the entire line of Detroit Bikes is handcrafted in our Motor City factory. Expanding dramatically for 2017, Detroit Bikes offers multiple models, a full range of colors and countless custom options.