Pinarello Bolide TT1 of 12
One of the fastest solo-effort bikes in the world, a special edition yellow Pinarello Bolide TT was on display to commemorate Chris Froome's win at this year's Tour de France. The curved shapes used on the downtube are a distinctly different approach to aerodynamics that make the bike stand out from other time trial rigs. But with technological advancement comes a very steep price. The frame and handlebar alone will set you back a cool $14,500.
Prologo T Gale Pas CPC2 of 12
This split-nose saddle from Prologo was designed with the company's Connect Power Control material, which helps to dampen vibration without adding weight, while also keeping you from sliding around. The middle of the saddle incorporates a transition hook to help you save a few seconds getting your bike on and off the rack. The T Gale Pas retails for $250.
Kask Bambino Pro3 of 12
One of the best-looking aero helmets at Interbike was this navy-colored Bambino Pro from Kask. Though it looks fairly closed off, the helmet is lauded for its internal and external ventilation system, which is supposedly very good at circulating cool air into the helmet while letting excess heat from the head out. The bobtail technology at the back of the helmet is said to make it one of the fastest available (it is a favorite choice in time trials for Team Sky riders).
All this technology won't come cheap however, as the helmet retails for about $500.
Quintana Roo PR Five4 of 12
An Interbike nominee for Triathlon Innovation of the Year, this Quintana Roo uses Shift + technology on the downtube to divert airflow away from the drivetrain to the non-drive side, where there's more clean air for improved aerodynamics. You'll also notice a big difference in the chainstays, with the non-drive side being much wider.
The frameset retails for about $3,200, and an Ultegra race build starts at $4,800, which should also rank it among the fastest bikes dollar-for-dollar that you'll find.
Argon E-119 Tri+5 of 12
The extremely low chainstays and extra-beefy front end certainly make the E-119 Tri+ easy on the eyes. But aside from the visual appeal, Argon claims this version is one of the fastest bikes on the road, and more specifically, that it has the wind tunnel data to prove just how much faster it is than the industry-leading Cervelo P5.
Argon has also taken things a step further with the design of their storage compartments, which were included in its wind tunnel testing. The mount behind the seat has space for three bottles and a large storage compartment which Argon says helps to fill the area of low pressure that can build behind the rider, essentially making you even faster. This combo with tri-spoke wheels and Dura Ace Di2 will run you about $13,000.
Sarto Ferox6 of 12
New for 2017, the Sarto Ferox is a 100 percent handmade Italian triathlon bike. Because each model is built to each customer's geometric specifications, no one bike is alike. Though pricing is completely individual depending on the paint scheme and build you choose, this version with Campagnolo components and Ursus wheels will likely cost you well over $10,000.
Canyon Speedmax CF SLX 9.07 of 12
Earlier this year, Jan Frodeno rode the Speedmax CF SLX to a new long distance triathlon record, completing the bike leg in 4:08:07. That's about a 27 mph average speed, which isn't a bad number for a marketing campaign. While the bike definitely looks the part, too, we can't promise it'll make you as fast as Jan. Pricing for the 9.0 is around $10,665.
Pioneer R91008 of 12
Pioneer has been busy updating its power meters in order to make them compatible with Campagnolo, FSA and other major component manufacturers not named Shimano. Included in this overhaul is the new R9100, which will measure right and left crank power outputs. The unit will be available in January 2017 and will cost $1,480.
XLab Torpedo Versa9 of 12
Another of the show's Triathlon Innovation of the Year nominees, the Torpedo Versa from Xlab is one of the most adjustable, aerodynamic front-mount hydration systems on the market. It also allows you to mount a GPS or power meter display out in front of the torpedo bottle and comes in a carbon version to reduce weight. The high-end 500 retails for $150.
Boyd 90 mm Clincher10 of 12
If you're looking for a wide, aerodynamically efficient wheel that handles well in crosswinds and won't cost you a fortune, this 90 mm option from Boyd is an excellent choice. The external width is 25 mm and comes tubeless ready. Pricing for the set is just $1,600, which is very reasonable when compared to other wheels in the same category.
Picky Bars11 of 12
Made entirely from real ingredients, Picky Bars contain a 4:1 carb-protein ratio and are known for being easy on the digestive system due to its gluten-, dairy- and soy-free ingredients. Oh, and they also taste really good, too.
The Ah, Fudge Nuts! and Cookie Doughpness were our two favorite flavors and among the best nutritional products we tried at the show.