Sunday, October 5, 2008

OSLOH goes to INTERBIKE 2008 Part 2 : The Show and The People

Interbike 2008. We saw some great product, and met some even better people. Here is just a small taste.
OSLOH...enjoy the ride.

Our first stop was the MOMENTUM MAGAZINE booth. Where we met "The impresario" - Publisher Amy Walker and her right hand, Associate Publisher Tania Lo. These ladies and the job they do with MOMENTUM MAGAZINE is amazing. I urge everyone who rides, to log onto their site,
and subscribe to the magazine.

These old school "High Wheelers" were a beauty to behold.

This copper plated fixie attracted a crowd wherever it rolled. Ed's bikes AKA La Suprema is the wonderful artisan responsible for this striking creation.

A nice Garneau commuter with snazzy accessories.

The Masi "Soulville"... a real clean whip.

The Ortlieb bags are phenomenal, the perfect durable bag for a Brooklyn commuter. Jeff Scully, Ortlieb's president is a real pleasure to work with.

Osloh's own business maven, Christine.

Pashley Cycles are a classicist's dream. These bikes are truly timeless machines that can be passed from generation to generation. Lindsey Kohrt is the lovely former New Yorker, who runs Belmont Distribution, The authorized US distributor for the Pashleys.

The Civia bikes are classy machines, due in part to the wood and metal racks that are a clear tribute to Joseph Ahearne's custom works of art . In addition to great bikes, Civia also introduced GREENLIGHT. It is an amazing online biking forum for commuters. It can be found at

Brooks...the King of Saddles.

Michael and the crew from KNOG, what a great bunch of guys.

Next stop ... Part 3. The Urban Legends Fashion Show.