Earlier this month, the Interbike trade show took over the rocky singletrack of Boulder City, Nevada, as well as the recirculated air of Mandalay Bay's conference center in Las Vegas. For five days, producers of bicycles and related products proudly displayed their latest and greatest wares. We tested scores on the trail, before digging into detail on the trade show floor. Here are our six favorite accessories from the show, all of which are coming soon to (or are already at) a bike shop near you.
2014 Shinola Runwell Di2
Handmade in Wisconsin in the legendary Waterford Precision Cycles Factory from double-butted chromoly steel, then shipped to Detroit for finishing, Shinola's Runwell bike boasts craftsmanship and heritage. What's classic: the front rack, polished fenders, a gently back-swooping handlebar, and a leather saddle reminiscent of Belle Epoque Parisian courier bikes. What's not: internal cables routed to an 11-speed internal hub, a chain that never falls off, and mechanical disc brakes. The Runwell is available now. In 2014, you'll be able to purchase a limited-edition version equipped with Shimano's Di2 mouse-click sensitive electronic shifting. [$2,950, $4,500 for the Di2 version; shinola.com]