And it's time for round two! Enough chatter, on to the bikes:
This time trial bike was a real piece of art. I really recommend opening these up and looking at them larger (by clicking on them). The bike was a 1x10 with DI2 electronic shifting. The shifters are small round black buttons in the end of the aero bars. The battery is a custom, USB powered and located in the frame.
Even the front wheel was out of control. The hub was real narrow and the outer part of the axle was wing shaped.
This Huffy was the bike that won the Giro in 1988 by Andrew Hampsten. Huffy used to be a major contender in these races.
This Schlumpf Innovations crank featured an internal 2 speed, operated by buttons on the end of the bottom bracket spindle you hit with your heels. I got a chance to try this out, and it was surprisingly easy and natural feeling.
Here's Zac trying out a bakefeits cargo bike. Man, one of these would be fun with a pile of kids in it!
This bike wins most eccentric paint
And lastly, Geoff is confused and enraged by a 4 chainring crank... a quadruple. For use on tandems, apparently, of which there were many.