Next up, we cruised on outside of the main floor area and took the elevator up 27 floors to the Merritt suite to get a look at what Mike Brennan and Sean Curran have been cooking up out in New Jersey this past year. The brand is going into its second year and it’s cooking up a bunch of rad new product. Let’s take a closer look!
We got a preview of Dakota Roche’s new signature frame from Cult the other day in his Cultifornia video and here at Interbike, but we didn’t have the specs! Here it all is…
The new Dak frame is made from 100% Cult classic chromoly tubing with a 75-degree head tube angle, 71-degree seat tube angle, 11.8″ bottom bracket height, 9.25″ stand over height and 13.5″ – 13.8″ chain stay length. You can find gussets on the top and down tubes with a special Dak logo on the bottom, an investment cast seat post clamp, investment cast seat stay bridge, tapered seat stays, S-Bend chain stays to fit the big 2.40″ tires, removable brake mounts, 5mm thick heat-treated drop outs and custom graphics designed by Dakota himself. The Dak V2 will be available in top tube lengths of 20″, 20.5″, 20.75″, 21″, 21.25″ and colors of black and brown. Expect this frame to be hitting shops and mail-orders worldwide soon!
Check out the brown version right here!
Making the rounds, we cruised on over to the Haro and Premium booth to get a closer look at what they had cooking up! Turns out they have a bunch of dialed new complete bikes along with new frames and parts! Let’s get a closer look!
Moving right along. Next up we got a look at a few of the fresh and updated items from BSD over in the QBMX booth. There’s everything from the new Alex Donnachie frame to new colorways and more. Let’s get to it!
Next up is one that I usually need to mentally prepare for each year. The guys at Wethepeople and Eclat have such an extensive line of products between the amazing Wethepeople completes, to all of the frames and parts to all of Eclat’s parts. Needless to say, it’s A LOT to take in. Make the jump to get a look at what they have for new product this year along with a few samples that may or may not make it past R&D in the future.
Always psyched to meet up with the Flybikes crew to see what they have cooking up. Although they had a big 2015 preview the other week that gave us a preview of all their new parts and colorways, it was good to see it all in person. Let’s get a closer look!
Next up on the Interbike 2014 adventure took us to our friend Nuno from Portugal who had some fresh goods from Mutant Bikes on display at the QBMX booth. Mutant is always a treat to check out because they are always cooking up something unique and original. Let’s take a peek!
Next stop at Interbike was the Stolen Bike Co. booth to see what they had going on this year. We got a preview of their new stuff the other day in their 2015 Bikes and Parts catalog that landed online, but it was still good to get a closer look at everything. Let’s take a peek at what they cooked up!
Alright! Let’s keep this party moving on. Next stop was the Volume Bikes and Demolition booth to get some laughs from Brian Castillo and check out what’s new with both of the brands. They had a bunch of new items cooked up from tires, stems, bars, forks to colorways and more. Let’s get a closer look!
Next up is the Cult booth! We had a feeling there were a bunch of new product in the works and it turns out that was more than true. Check out the new complete bikes like the Dakota Roche signature complete above along with some new parts, shoes, shirts and more! Let’s do this!