The Best and the Worst From Interbike 2014
Ugliest Bike1 of 13
These color and design choices from Chinese bike manufacturer DNK were questionable at best.
Best Bike2 of 13
The Giant Defy Advanced SL 0 is pricey at $10,300, but it's one good looking bike.
What Were They Thinking?3 of 13
The custom Fizik snake skin seat for Pegoretti bicycles will have a love/hate effect for most cyclists.
Best Idea4 of 13
The Santini Interactive 2.0 Aero Jersey was ingenious. The bottom portion of the jersey zips into the bibs to create a streamlined aero suit that stays in place when bent forward on the bike.
Over the Top5 of 13
This foldable electric bike with mag wheels from Kayman bikes was a little too much.
Coolest Paint Scheme6 of 13
The paint job on the DeRosa King stood out from the rest. DeRosa still paints all of their bikes in house at their factory in Milanino, Italy.
Invention From Space7 of 13
The Louis Garneau Vorttice aero helmet looks like it's from Star Wars.
Best Retro Bike8 of 13
The all chrome Bianchi Pista was stunning.
Most Ridiculous9 of 13
The folding bicycle/scooter from Micro was one of the worst products at the show. It works like a Razor scooter but requires pedaling, which is just awkward.
Best Looking Jersey10 of 13
The DeMarchi heritage wool collection were some of the best looking clothing items at the show.
Questionable Function11 of 13
This wheel bag design raised a lot of questions. Do you really want that much weight on your front wheel?
Best Update12 of 13
The Lizards Skins DSP 3.2 bar tape is a long time favorite for its comfort and durability. The new color options introduced were an added plus.