|Continental's Country Plus|
Tires: Tires are still mostly a category where gravel riders are borrowing city/urban technology. Of course, Schwalbe offers some touring tires that will, (and have), work well. Continental showed this "Country Plus" model, which also shows some promise. However; this category really is owned by the aforementioned Schwalbe, and now Clement with its X'Plor series tires. Beyond that, all that was shown was commuter tires that were far too heavy.
|Banjo Brothers Frame bags|
|Cell Phone case|
The case is zippered and the construction is high quality, and it should be pretty good against showers.
Again, look for this to come out sometime early spring in shops.
|Velo Orange's "Campuer"|
These are offered as frame/fork combos from Velo Orange and can be fitted with pretty good sized tires. The only possible negative here is the kickstand plate.
This isn't quite available yet, but should be in at Velo Orange very soon now.
|Co-Motion's "Divide" adventure rig.|
Not only that, but Co-Motion made its own Rohloff shifter to mount next to the stem, instead of the bar end mount usually seen with drop bar Rohloff bikes. This keeps the overall look cleaner, and obviously routes the cables in a tidier way. This rig doesn't have to stop at night either with its self contained lighting set up centered around a Son hub generator.
That's it from Interbike this year!