Inside Interbike 2015
Taking a look at what's coming for 2016 in the cycling industry.
The Cipollini NKTT configured with Dura-Ace components and PRO Missile Carbon handlebars.
The detail work on this Rocky Mountain Blizzard -50 work captures the spirit of British Columbia. A Shimano XT drivetrain powers this "mountain-bike feeling" fat bike.
The Pivot Cycle Mach 429 Trail, Mach 6 Carbon, and Les 27.5 with Shimano XT spec.
The 2016 GT Fury World Cup is the same downhill bike that helped Rachel Atherton take back-to-back World Championship titles. This bike is built with full Shimano Saint and PRO components.
The Scott Plasma Premium now on Shimano Di2. This bike weighs in at just 18.9lbs.
The Scott Genius 700 premium on full Shimano XTR.
A fleet of Giant road bikes powered by Shimano.
In celebration of their 175th anniversary, Orbea is offering fully customizable bikes through their My-O ordering system. Customers can now go online and customize paint and spec in over a million combinations for the Orbea Orca. We liked this combination built on Shimano Dura-Ace.
There were several BMC mountain and road bikes built with Shimano spec. The Grandfondo GF01 Disc was originally built for the BMC racing team. The bike is built with Shimano Ultegra Di2 components.
We stopped by The Circuit powered by Shimano where dealers could test ride Shimano STePS on a track specifically built to test the capabilities e-bikes.
Thank you to Interbike and everyone who made Interbike 2015 a success. Tweet us at @RideShimano to share your thoughts and photos from this year's event. We are already looking forward to next year!