First bike bunch featured a very cool Peugeot touring bike outfitted with a Simplex chainguard, minimalist Huret derailleur, wingnuts, fenders, and very classy front rack.
In the same group, we came across a Spanish made Sacile. Very cool filed lugwork, internal routing, and a full chainguard.
Wild folder with very cool cable routing.
Masi 3V made for the the Soviet team. I think the Italians may have made the downtube/seatube Masi decal (N is backwards).
Earle from Earle Wheels had lots of beautifully built up wheels with some cool lacing patterns.
Earle's unique lacing pattern (30h rim and 30h Normandy hub). Crowsfoot and radial lacing. No real reason why besides because he could.
Of course, lots of New-in-Box products.
JP Weigle always has a beautiful one of a kind bikes with lots of custom bits.
VO bits were seen all over. This tandem has our Zeppelin fenders.
Our Tall Stack Stem with a clock nicely mounted.
Nice stitching on this Guerciotti.
Seemed like a big thing this year was Drillium. Lightened cranks, derailleurs, and levers were in full force.
Lastly, the longest stem I've ever seen.