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Kudos to Tim Grahl, Guitar Ted, Fritz at Cyclicio.us and Byron and his Bike Huggers for their Interbike photosets.
I don’t use Flikr. I send my pix via Mac’s iPhoto to Google’s Picasa. Here’s a bunch of my Interbike shots.
The shots include pix of Interbike’s Rich Kelly and the Boston Globe’s Ross Kerber. When he wasn’t spending time in the Media Center researching a breaking mutual funds story, Ross was out riding or researching bikes. He wrote two stories for his paper, here and here.
Ross may specialise in mutual funds but he did his internship at Bicycling magazine, hence his interest in Interbike. He sold the trip to his editor on the technology angle. Riding can be research.
There were also at least three belt driven bikes at the show. There was the Spot one, of course, but there was also an alu Strida, which has been using a Gates (rubber) belt for 20+ years. And Delta Corp. had some city bikes with Gates belt drives, and not just on the iXi.
On the Tour of Lake Mead, Interbike director Lance Camisasca handed out water to thankful riders.
Two fast riders on the Tour of Lake Mead were David Bernstein (left) of the Fredcast and Tim ‘New York Times/Boston Globe’ Jackson of Masi. They dropped me after this shot was taken. My excuse? I had to take pix and video so couldn’t put the hammer down. Yeh, that’ll do.