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    REQUEST LINE: now closed, thanks for all the great requests

    Hey Everyone,

    Mtbr.com will be at Interbike with a pretty big crew this year. We've got a lot of exciting stuff planned, including the featured coverage we provide with our Virtual TradeShow Booths, which include video now, too.

    In addition, we like to take suggestions and requests from you, the online mountain biking community, on what YOU would like to see from the show.

    There's plenty of exciting new stuff coming out....

    What rumors have YOU heard? What do you want us to take photos and/or videos of (besides booth babes, of course

    Let us know here.

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    I want a review and pictures on the new Intense 951, as well as the new SS model.
    I also heard rumors about a "non-ISCG05 mount" Hammerschmidt...is it true?
    Last edited by Mudd; 08-31-2009 at 08:58 AM.
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    29ers

    A dedicated place for 29e stuff, especially covering new bikes, and tires.

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    Personally I think it's B.S. that Interbike is not open to the general public!
    Check out some great MTB gear @ www.evomo.com

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    Quote Originally Posted by AzMtbeR
    Personally I think it's B.S. that Interbike is not open to the general public!
    It is a trade show, not a consumer show. Totally different objectives.

    The Outdoor Demo East will have two days for the general public this year
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    I probably don't have to say it but info on the new Michelin tyre range please!

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    Yeti!

    I would really like to see the details on the rumoured Yeti ASR 5-C.

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    Some of the more obscure eye candy (and not just the booth babes).

    Some of the funky euro parts and small companies. The small stuff that gets one shot, and maybe a 2 line description in the bike mags.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aussie_yeti
    I probably don't have to say it but info on the new Michelin tyre range please!
    I will be on it!
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    Everything from Knolly and the new 6" Cove please. Photos, vids, test rides.

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    Bikes designed around the Hammerschmidt. Not just bikes that are compatible, but bikes that are actually designed with the linkage and pivot points to match the HS. The HS is such a rad piece of equipment I think someone out there is going to tweak their frame designs to fully integrate with it...
    Anything worth doing is worth overdoing.

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    Oh yeah, and the latest scoop on height adjustable seatposts for AM use...
    Anything worth doing is worth overdoing.

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    New 29er tires (especially UST and Tubeless-Ready)
    New Bike Lights
    New Adjustable Seatposts
    Misc. Hot Women

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flyer
    New 29er tires (especially UST and Tubeless-Ready)
    New Bike Lights
    New Adjustable Seatposts
    Misc. Hot Women
    AND... 26" UST DH tires...
    Anything worth doing is worth overdoing.

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    I'd like a review on MTB-able pedelecs and electric bikes if possible!!!

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    Turner rfx, RS Lyrik, schwable tires, fox booth, hammerschmidt and any new companies with a hammerschmidt type crank.
    Ellsworth just for a good laugh. Muahahaha

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    Quote Originally Posted by barrows
    I would really like to see the details on the rumoured Yeti ASR 5-C.
    +1 if there is a alloy and a carbon version on the 5" bike

    or a better shot of this bike with more close ups:
    Last edited by roy harley; 09-02-2009 at 12:00 AM.

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    Surly snow stuff

    The "new" Endo and the "changed Pugs."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flyer
    New 29er tires (especially UST and Tubeless-Ready)
    New Bike Lights
    New Adjustable Seatposts
    Misc. Hot Women
    Yup, 29er and SS stuff!
    Fat, drunk, and stupid is no way to go through life son...

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    Maverick Duc36 pics and info!!!!

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    Nothing to do with fixed gears.

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    650B stuff - rims, tires, forks.

    SRAM XX - comparison photos of the BB30 and GXP cranks in 156 Q-factor. I'd like to see how the arm profiles compare. Would also like to know if anyone (besides high end Scott) is going to produce a frame compatible with the Pressfit 30 BB.
    Last edited by pinepig; 09-03-2009 at 09:06 PM.

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    Carbon fiber frame trends... there's more and more of them. Will they ultimately replace aluminum frames?

    ... and 29ers, 69er/96ers, and 650B wheel bikes... are they headed toward world domination?
    I read that on the internet.

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    I'd like to see anything that'll compete with the XX stuff. Heard rumors that Shimano will have a 2x9 (10) crankset... Middleburns new external bearing set, Controltech's 2x9, etc. Any dedicated 650b stuff, anything from the small builders and manufacturers...

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    I would like to see more of the concept bikes that artists/mfg's dream up. That is one of the things I liked about interbike back in the 90's.... all of those radical, wild looking bikes that weren't designed to ride and served no real purpose other than looking cool

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