#Vanlife has taken off and Winnebago had a few of their builds on location at Sea Otter that garnered a good bit of attention. Inside we also take a look at the new YT Jeffsy and Troy Lee Designs products featuring SRAM CoLab parts.
Winnebago showcased part of their adventure-packed lineup of RVs. The Class B vans in the Winnebago display will included the Era 70X, Travato 59G and the Paseo 48P. Other models featured include the Class A gas Vista 31BE and a Minnie travel trailer. Their options were outfitted nicely and many like this Ford Transit ($130,000) were impressively constructed in person.
All feature similar residential amenities for some off-grid living amenities anywhere you choose and include a built-in refrigerator, stove, hot and cold running water – a complete bathroom, comfortable bed and plenty of places to store gear.
Control panel included ZAMP solar charge controller, OnePlace water meter, and more.
YT bikes are quite fun to ride and more people are quickly realizing this.
They had their new 150mm Jeffsy CF Pro Race 27 and other Jeffsy models on display. The Jeffsy range is equipped nicely and drew quite a bit of attention at the show.
Jeffsy CF Pro 27
JEFFSY is ready to be your new bro and wingman – together you will be one hell of an awesome team. Whether on your home trails or crossing high mountains, JEFFSY scales the toughest peaks with unbelievable drive and traction, and inspires you to unexpected performances. JEFFSY lets you discover the most remote locations, climb the highest peaks, and keep it pinned on the way back down. Because JEFFSY is the YT of All Mountain bikes, it won’t hold you back even in the roughest terrain – thanks to its gravity oriented geometry JEFFSY is the epitome of agility and playfulness. And to meet our high design standards we gave it super compact proportions – looks like you and JEFFSY are going to turn quite some heads together.
The YT Tues also got a lot of attention over the weekend and Aaron Gwin’s YT Tues was on display.
Troy Lee Designs TLD A2 helmet with MIPS and SRAM/Truvativ branded CoLab products were on display.
The Truvativ DESCENDANT COLAB TROY LEE DESIGNS CARBON ENDURO BAR ($200)
750mm wide, 20mm rise, 5degree up and 7 degree back, carbon fiber, 219g
Dual Slalom winner Mitch Ropelato also had a set of the blue and yellow TLD bars on his bike.
A sticker pack is also available for the fork.
Evil with SRAM TLD CoLab parts.
The TLD A2 retails for $169 ($175 for SRAM model). Plenty of colors to choose from to match your style.
The A2 helmet redefines mountain bike safety, performance, style, comfort and ventilation. The first helmet in its class to combine EPP (for slow speed impacts) and EPS (for high speed impacts) in critical impact zones does a remarkable job of managing energy from impacts-along with MIPS rotational impact protection, the A2 helmet will set a new benchmark for mountain bike helmets.
Troy Lee Designs also had their 2017 D3s on display which also feature MIPS.
Clothing is perhaps what TLD is best known for outside of helmets and their 2017 lineup was popular among attendees. Women and kids offerings are also available.