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    NAHBS 2013 - Denver CO.

    The early shows were all about the sweet fixies, then city bikes galore, CX bikes, 2011 was year of the S&S couplers, then randos started to make inroads.

    2013? Bikepacking? Gravel bikes? OTT randos?

    (There's an Herse/Gordon/DiNucci/Nobilette side show for extreme randonerds)

    Bummed that Rock Lobster & Spooky won't be there, but stoked for Winter, Hunter, English & Curtis Odom.

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    Looking forward to your Twitter/Flickr/Instagram feeds

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    I'm guessing bikepacking fat bikes will feature.
    Looking forward to posts.

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    Any chance you can bring back some firefly picks, info?
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    Really like Hunter stuff.

    I reckon "Gravel Grinders" are this years bike.
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    Yup.

    Anyone checked Prolly today? Shit is seriously fucked. Bikepacking has had a hipster makeover c/o Chris King:



    And am I the only person who thinks that the commuters and randos that Firefly have been putting out of late are really, really nasty... ?!?!



    Firefly = SuperFred?

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    The saddle and tyres are possibly the only good things about it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gordy View Post
    I'm guessing bikepacking fat bikes will feature.
    Looking forward to posts.
    That's sooooooo 2014.
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    (especially if mounted to a bench/table that can also support your alcoholic beverage of choice)

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    Now that I have a bikepacking rig on the way (handbuilt in 'merica ofcourse), I wonder how many scene points I can fit in a framebag?

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    Nope, coz there were bikepacking rigs last year.

    Hunter with frame tabs for custom bags:


    And Salsa are offering mass produced gravel race rigs, so they're already done. (Although Bruce Gordon is bringing back his OG GG frameset this year.)

    That leaves ill thought out randos.

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