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Interbike show Las Vegas, Nevada, USA, September 22-26, 2008

, Part 19 - October 21, 2008: Interbike bits and baubles

Need a moment to yourself?
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Crumpler will offer four different styles to suit your mood,
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...'Robbie the Robot'...
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...and a whimsical skeleton illustration.
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Crumpler also introduces a new hydration pack for 2009.
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Crumpler fans looking to haul a bit more
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Crumpler continues to push the envelope for style
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New for Crumpler is a line of tote bags as well.
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Even the Crumpler booth was rather clever.
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The little 'dog' pins held everything together
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GoPro as a new 170 degree wide-angle Hero Wide camera
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The GoPro Hero Wide includes a generous array of mounts
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Knog is moving into the cycle computer world
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The 'rolling tape' display is somewhat gimmicky
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The silicone rubber housing easily attaches
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The wireless sensor also attaches the same way
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Knog is currently working on a range of portable tools, too.
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This Knog prototype packs in 18 tools
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The Knog 'Porno Pack'
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...although given how cool the graphics on the patches are
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Of course, Knog still offers a complete range of bags.
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Tifosi will launch a trio of new models based on its existing Dolomite
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The small profile Scout is intended for junior riders
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The Tyrant is meant more for on-bike use
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Metal accents on the Dea add some more visual candy
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The Tifosi Vogel uses a single shield-type lens
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The adjustable nose piece makes for a customizable fit.
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Are you a chopper pilot?
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Thule's new Helium uses aluminum construction
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The soft rubber cradles
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A built-in wedge in the main mast
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The new Thule Boxster sits at the top of range
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A convenient handle makes it easier to shut the Boxster lid
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Kurt Kinetic unveiled a new Kinetic Energy trainer
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The limited edition pink trainers from Kurt Kinetic
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