Interbike Photos: Day Three from the Aisles of Interbike, Part I

More new products from Interbike: Evil Bikes, Scott’s championship XC rig, new shoes from Northwave and Niner’s first foray into carbon.

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Evil's new 140-millimeter travel bike, the Sect, features the company's DELTA suspension system, adjustable bottom bracket height, a tapered headtube and one of the coolest headtube badges we've seen in a while. The bike will be available in May, 2010. The teasing perspective of this photo owes to the fact the final frame construction is not yet ready for prime time.

Evil's new 140-millimeter travel bike, the Sect, features the company's DELTA suspension system, adjustable bottom bracket height, a tapered headtube and one of the coolest headtube badges we've seen in a while. The bike will be available in May, 2010. The teasing perspective of this photo owes to the fact the final frame construction is not yet ready for prime time.

Evil's aluminum Order hardtail has a retail price of $750.

Evil's aluminum Order hardtail has a retail price of $750.

The Sovereign is one of the few Evil bikes to carry over from the company's earlier days. The updated steel hardtail frame costs $799.

The Sovereign is one of the few Evil bikes to carry over from the company's earlier days. The updated steel hardtail frame costs $799.

Evil frontman Kevin Walsh shows off the Sovereign

Evil frontman Kevin Walsh shows off the Sovereign

The slick-looking, $1,050 Resident has a flip flop rear hub, so riders can choose between fixie fashion, or freewheel practicality.

The slick-looking, $1,050 Resident has a flip flop rear hub, so riders can choose between fixie fashion, or freewheel practicality.

The slick-looking, $1,050 Resident has a flip flop rear hub, so riders can choose between fixie fashion, or freewheel practicality.

The slick-looking, $1,050 Resident has a flip flop rear hub, so riders can choose between fixie fashion, or freewheel practicality.

The slick-looking, $1,050 Resident has a flip flop rear hub, so riders can choose between fixie fashion, or freewheel practicality.

The slick-looking, $1,050 Resident has a flip flop rear hub, so riders can choose between fixie fashion, or freewheel practicality.

The $1,550 Resident Alfine is part of Evil's artist collaboration series of urban bikes. Veering away from the hipster/fixie trend, it uses a multi-speed Shimano rear hub.

The $1,550 Resident Alfine is part of Evil's artist collaboration series of urban bikes. Veering away from the hipster/fixie trend, it uses a multi-speed Shimano rear hub.

The $1,550 Resident Alfine is part of Evil's artist collaboration series of urban bikes. Veering away from the hipster/fixie trend, it uses a multi-speed Shimano rear hub.

The $1,550 Resident Alfine is part of Evil's artist collaboration series of urban bikes. Veering away from the hipster/fixie trend, it uses a multi-speed Shimano rear hub.

The $1,550 Resident Alfine is part of Evil's artist collaboration series of urban bikes. Veering away from the hipster/fixie trend, it uses a multi-speed Shimano rear hub.

The $1,550 Resident Alfine is part of Evil's artist collaboration series of urban bikes. Veering away from the hipster/fixie trend, it uses a multi-speed Shimano rear hub.

The $1,550 Resident Alfine is part of Evil's artist collaboration series of urban bikes. Veering away from the hipster/fixie trend, it uses a multi-speed Shimano rear hub.

The $1,550 Resident Alfine is part of Evil's artist collaboration series of urban bikes. Veering away from the hipster/fixie trend, it uses a multi-speed Shimano rear hub.

Niner's first carbon bike, the Air 9, uses a unique bottom bracket and a series of replaceable cups that allows it to work with a wide-variety of standards, including BB30, BB90 as well as Niner's Bio-centric eccentric BB for singlespeed setups. The 2.8-pound monocoque frame is constructed using only three molds and features internal cable routing. Niner has yet to set a retail price.

Niner's first carbon bike, the Air 9, uses a unique bottom bracket and a series of replaceable cups that allows it to work with a wide-variety of standards, including BB30, BB90 as well as Niner's Bio-centric eccentric BB for singlespeed setups. The 2.8-pound monocoque frame is constructed using only three molds and features internal cable routing. Niner has yet to set a retail price.

Niner's first carbon bike, the Air 9, uses a unique bottom bracket and a series of replaceable cups that allows it to work with a wide-variety of standards, including BB30, BB90 as well as Niner's Bio-centric eccentric BB for singlespeed setups. The 2.8-pound monocoque frame is constructed using only three molds and features internal cable routing. Niner has yet to set a retail price.

Niner's first carbon bike, the Air 9, uses a unique bottom bracket and a series of replaceable cups that allows it to work with a wide-variety of standards, including BB30, BB90 as well as Niner's Bio-centric eccentric BB for singlespeed setups. The 2.8-pound monocoque frame is constructed using only three molds and features internal cable routing. Niner has yet to set a retail price.

Niner's first carbon bike, the Air 9, uses a unique bottom bracket and a series of replaceable cups that allows it to work with a wide-variety of standards, including BB30, BB90 as well as Niner's Bio-centric eccentric BB for singlespeed setups. The 2.8-pound monocoque frame is constructed using only three molds and features internal cable routing. Niner has yet to set a retail price.

Niner's first carbon bike, the Air 9, uses a unique bottom bracket and a series of replaceable cups that allows it to work with a wide-variety of standards, including BB30, BB90 as well as Niner's Bio-centric eccentric BB for singlespeed setups. The 2.8-pound monocoque frame is constructed using only three molds and features internal cable routing. Niner has yet to set a retail price.

Niner's first carbon bike, the Air 9, uses a unique bottom bracket and a series of replaceable cups that allows it to work with a wide-variety of standards, including BB30, BB90 as well as Niner's Bio-centric eccentric BB for singlespeed setups. The 2.8-pound monocoque frame is constructed using only three molds and features internal cable routing. Niner has yet to set a retail price.

Niner's first carbon bike, the Air 9, uses a unique bottom bracket and a series of replaceable cups that allows it to work with a wide-variety of standards, including BB30, BB90 as well as Niner's Bio-centric eccentric BB for singlespeed setups. The 2.8-pound monocoque frame is constructed using only three molds and features internal cable routing. Niner has yet to set a retail price.

Northwave's high-end mountain bike shoe, the Razer, is the same model worn by Jose Hermida and Ralf Naef. The $249 shoe uses a dual-density carbon sole that flexes slightly more in the rear for added comfort off the bike. It features Northwave's Aerater ventilation system, Step-by-Step (S.B.S.) micro-adjust ratcheting buckle and a soft, flexible upper.

Northwave's high-end mountain bike shoe, the Razer, is the same model worn by Jose Hermida and Ralf Naef. The $249 shoe uses a dual-density carbon sole that flexes slightly more in the rear for added comfort off the bike. It features Northwave's Aerater ventilation system, Step-by-Step (S.B.S.) micro-adjust ratcheting buckle and a soft, flexible upper.

The slightly more affordable Aerlite S.B.S. MBT is the choice of Leadville 100 legend Dave Wiens. The $199 shoe has a carbon reinforced sole and a grippy "cat's tongue" material in the heel cup that helps prevent heel-lift.

The slightly more affordable Aerlite S.B.S. MBT is the choice of Leadville 100 legend Dave Wiens. The $199 shoe has a carbon reinforced sole and a grippy "cat's tongue" material in the heel cup that helps prevent heel-lift.

Scott had Nino Schurter's World Championship-winning Scale hardtail on display during the show. Schurter is the first XC racer to win back-to-back U-23 and Elite world titles.

Scott had Nino Schurter's World Championship-winning Scale hardtail on display during the show. Schurter is the first XC racer to win back-to-back U-23 and Elite world titles.

The Scott Gambler: Now available in yellow.

The Scott Gambler: Now available in yellow.

Speaking of colors, Scott's race-edition Scale hartail and Spark (shown here) full-suspension bikes feature white Rocket Ron tires from Schwalbe. Not only do they have a unique look, the tires have a softer-durometer rubber than standard Rocket Rons.

Speaking of colors, Scott's race-edition Scale hartail and Spark (shown here) full-suspension bikes feature white Rocket Ron tires from Schwalbe. Not only do they have a unique look, the tires have a softer-durometer rubber than standard Rocket Rons.

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