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Number 5, Phil Wood

A look at Phil Wood is always recommended, but seeing this prototype single speed crank makes their booth a must see affair. This crank would look very pretty on my upcoming project. A little more about the Phil Wood crank and other items from here.



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Number 4, Wheels Manufacturing

Wheels Manufacturing is a company that makes replacement derailleur hangars among other things. They were recommended by a shop in SF for my Cervelo. Their hangar is a much stronger direct replacement for the stock Cervelo hangar. Now I am intrigued by what you see above. I am hoping to build up a single speed cyclocross bike in the next month, and I want to use my HED Bastogne road wheels for this project. Wheels Manufacturing makes this single speed conversion kit that should do the trick. The company is based in Louisville, Colorado, and all their product is designed and made in the USA.



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Number 3, Swrve

Swrve Urban Cycling Apparel comes in number three on my list of “to see” booths at Interbike. I realize both of the last posts had no numbering, but that is changing now. Swrve consistently produces amazing garments, and I am looking forward to seeing what they highlight at Interbike. The Black Label shorts pictured above are my favorite commuting item, and get worn more often than I care to admit.



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Number 2, BH Ultralight


I seem to be starting my list with bicycles. This is the new BH Ultralight. The bike comes in at 11.24lbs. Impressive by any measure. Better yet, there is no rider weight limit. This Spanish company is beginning to make an impression on me.



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Number 1, McLaren Venge

The Specialized McLaren Venge will be one of my first stops at Interbike. It’s not often a cycle turns heads as much as this one. It looks amazing, and as I posted earlier, the final production version will come standard with eecycleworks brakes. It will most definitely be a beautiful bicycle.



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