2018 Interbike Outdoor Expo Kicks-Off In Northstar, California

Northstar’s California Resort will host this year’s Interbike Outdoor Expo, where people can demo the newest bikes and gear.  Northstar is known for its epic downhill riding and rolling paved roads and is just a 35-mile drive from Reno where the indoor Interbike Expo will be held on September 18-20th. Here’s a quick look at some of the new bikes and products that caught our eye.

In the heart of Truckee, Ca, where trails are plentiful.

Shimano goes big for 2019. New component groups, dropper posts, platform pedals and shoes. We look forward to getting our hands on these for our future tests.

A-Star’s new gear.

TRP is all business for 2019 and they will offer some serious performing brakes. Don’t believe us, ask Aaron Gwin.

Patrol started out as a single retail store in 1963, and eventually branched out to manufacture bikes.

Stan’s NoTubes newest hoops

Leatt’s new technical gear looks pretty sweet.

Osprey’s in the house.

Schwalbe Tires

Marin Bikes San Quentin hard tale trail slayer.

Kali Protectives helmets

Wrenz Sports inverted forks and components.

Break-out the Red Vines and they will come. Ride Concepts footwear, out of Truckee, Ca look great. They will be a contender for 2019.

Tanken, is IRC Tire’s latest enduro rubber.

Mondraker Bikes are a thing of beauty.

MRP Components straight out of Colorado.

 The Portal and Hardline by Jamis Bikes will be getting the new Chris Currie of Speedgoat Design’s patented 3VO suspension platform. There has been talk already about the performance, we’ll soon find out.

100% bringing out colors.

CBD oil has been the buzz lately and Floyd’s of Leadville might have the cure that ails you.

O-Tus will rock you with their near-ear speakers.

Alchemy Goods strives to turn useless stuff like blown-out inner tubes, old seatbelts, and advertising banners into creative products like bags and wallets.


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