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INTERBIKE 2011: A round-up of pictures from Day Two of the Las Vegas bicycle trade show.

From a folder frolic to SRAM’s sculpture project

Michael McGettigan, owner of folding bike specialist Trophy Bikes of Philadelphia shoots a quick video of attendees of the annual Folder Frolic event at Interbike. ‘Mcget’ has been organising the early morning meet-up for five years.

It’s a 7am start for the folding bike riders on the Folder Frolic. 

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Industry members queue up to shell out their hard-earned on Go-Pro camera bundles. Clearly, the trade discount deal is worth the wait.

Cute table on the downstairs booth of Pure Fix Cycles of Hollywood is a new fixie brand, attending its first Interbike. 

The Cloud Nine 29er gets the once over from these two gents on the Breezer booth.

Do you reckon this kid thinks this shiny Breezer is the latest tech? Or does he know it was made in 1977 and is the direct forerunner of all modern mountain bikes? The resprayed bike is on loan from the Oakland Museum in California and has been requested by the Smithsonian. It’s a big draw on the Breezer booth, as is….

Joe Breeze about to be interviewed on Interbike TV, and cradling Breezer #1, built in 1977.

SRAM’s Graham Snodden admires the Lewis Tardy artwork from SRAM’s ‘Part Project’, an art project that gave artists boxes of 100 SRAM bike parts and asked them to create sculptures. The art pieces are to be auctioned in aid of World Bicycle Relief.

Greg Lemond signs a retro La Vie Claire jersey on the LOOK booth. Folks from left to right: Jean-Marie Herre, Kevin Wong, Pascal Navarro, Greg Lemond, Fabien DeLange, Eric Vanhaverbeke (president of LOOK) and Arthur Espos.

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