Afton had their latest shoes on display. The Keegan has been updated with a new rubber compound promising more grip and more durability. The new color ways are not half bad either.
There was so much shiny green at Abbey tools booth. This toolbox had three layers of precision tools and Abbey was giving it all away.
Abbey had tools on display that make the finest drivetrain parts look ordinary by comparison. One could linger here for a good long while fondling all the jewelry.
All Mountain Style had all of their popular frame protection on display along with this nifty portable kickstand. Weighing in at a handful of grams and adjustable to fit most any bicycle/crank configuration, it could be handy now and then.
AMS also had this slick number plate designed to look pro, install quickly easily. and not flop all over the place.
Clug showed up with two new versions of their ultra-clean bike storage system. Previously, if you were running anything wider than about a 2.25 tire up front, you were out of luck. There are now two new versions, the MTB XL to address 2.3 to 2.7 tires and the Plus, for well, Plus sized bikes.