Category Archive: Seattle Bike Show Photos

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Bianchi Pista

Bianchi shows bikes at Interbike 2006. Photo by Steed Cycles at flickr.com

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Floyd Cycles at Interbike

Very stylish cruiser by Floyd Cycles. photo by ctpctp at flickr.

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SyCip at Interbike

Utility bike with front and rear racks by SyCip. Photo by ctpctp at flickr.

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Ellsworth at Interbike

Ellsworth comfort-style bike with NuVinci transmission. by ctpctp at flickr.com

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Orbea Dama

Orbea Dama displayed at Interbike 2006. Picture by sarahlabam at flickr.

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Calfee bamboo bike

Calfee Designs showed this bamboo bike at Interbike 2006. From ctpctp at flickr.com

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Seattle bike show: RANS comfort bicycle

Normally a manufacturer of recumbents, RANS has entered the comfort bicycle field this year. These bikes — this one displayed at the Feb. 19 and 20 Seattle bike show — allow the rider to sit lower, enabling him to stop with feet flat on the ground, and the seat position also reduces hand pressure on the handlebars. Although it looks like a beach cruiser, the bike sports plenty of gearing for hills. More about the RANS product line is available here.

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Seattle bike show: Brake Director developers

David Hawkins, left, and David Krafchick show the Brake Director, the one-hand power braking system for bicycles. The device allows for smooth front and rear braking using one hand. It's designed for use by those with physical limitations, as well as beginning and experienced riders. Hawkins said cyclocross racers, who make quick dismounts during races, have expressed an interest in  it. More informatioin is available at the website.

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Seattle bike show: Bob Roll speaks

Outdoor Life Network's pro cycling race commentator Bob Roll speaks at the Seattle bike show. He predicts Lance Armstrong will win the Tour de France in 2005.

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