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Interbike '12: Day 3
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Interbike ’12: Day Three Photo Dump Part I

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Part I of II from photo dump of Interbike Day 3 – first day inside. More to come…

Interbike '12: ARTCRANK
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Interbike ’12: ARTCRANK

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My buddy, Charles of ARTCRANK, is at Interbike showing and selling posters. If you are at the show make sure you pick up one (or two)!

Interbike '12: Cross Vegas
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Interbike ’12: Cross Vegas

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A photo dump of random photos from the night of the 2012 Cross Vegas race during Interbike. Includes a trip on the Yakima party bus, tequila shots, bike races and awesome people in the industry!

Interbike '12: Day 2
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Interbike ’12: Day Two Recap

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Hit of the day : Pearl Izumi X-Project shoes. Lots of video, photos and such coming through to you today. It is also the first day on the floor, make sure to follow me on Twitter/Instagram (arleighjenkins) to get on the floor updates.

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Interbike ’12: Day One Recap

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Day one of Interbike was many things. Early morning of travel, a couple plane rides, seeing old friends, meeting new, check in, credentials, Treasure Island, dessert dehydration and simply getting my bearings after no sleep. Day two of Outdoor Demo is today, look for a good amount of product and photos being pushed out through the day!

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Open Letter to Marketing & PR Agencies in the Bicycle Industry

Marketing departments, CEO’s and public relations agencies this is for you

It is Sunday evening at 5pm eastern standard time. In 12 hours I will be at the airport on my way to Las Vegas for Interbike. Most of my collegues and friends are either in Las Vegas or on their way. They aren’t sitting by their phone or computer waiting…

We aren’t waiting to get your press release the Saturday night before a show that starts on Monday. We don’t want a meeting invitation hours before we travel. We want planning, we want to be prepared and we want to get your shit at least 5 days ago.

I do my best to walk into a trade show, conference or any meeting (with ANYONE) prepared. Product or person researched. Questions formed. Batteries charged. Clothes wrinkle free and brain ready to rock.

When you send me meeting request last minute, or photos of product being launched… or the best yet, a link to a website that doesn’t even have a page holder but a dead link. You have sacrificed your image and even more, you have put yourself into a class that I don’t believe you give a shit about your product or those you are asking to promote it.

Next time you aren’t prepared here’s a suggestion. Don’t message or email me unless you are telling me to stop by your booth for a free beer. No time commitments, no broken links. Just a text email, text message or phone call that shows you realize you are behind the times but want to connect when I can.

My job over the next 7 days is two fold:
#1 sell product for the brands I represent in the Southeast.
#2 to promote product I believe my readers will enjoy.

It is not to promote a product I believe will let them down, come to market late or backed by people that don’t have their goods straight. You aren’t paying me and every person that emailed over the past 5 days.. I don’t owe a favor to. The people that I owe favors to have been contacted and meetings (or beer) have been setup.

Who am I to say all this? I’ve brought many marketing campaigns and products to market bigger than your jersey or new bike wheel design. There is rhyme and reason to it. Being a class act and putting your best foot forward are PR 101.

Sincerely,

Arleigh Jenkins – Bike Shop Girl.

PS. I may stop by your booth to give you a hard time. I promise I’ll be smiling and I’m not there to piss you off. I want the bike industry to grow, be strong and have standards. Take this as my way of helping you get there.

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Interbike ’12: Preview of Twin Six Women’s and Kid’s Clothing

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An exclusive for Bike Shop Girl, the 2013 Twin Six clothing for women, kids and a lot of sexy socks to start saving your money for.

Osprey Pack Raven
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INTERBIKE ’12: Osprey Women’s Specific Bike Packs

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Osprey Pack Raven Women’s 3L Hydration Backpack

Osprey Pack RavenThe Raven series is the new sister to Osprey’s Raptor collection of premium, mountain biking, hydration packs. Sized and tailored for a woman’s body, the Raven builds on the reputation for outstanding fit and stability established with the Raptor line. Highly detailed and uniquely designed, these packs will turn a lot of heads while tearing up the trail.

MSRP: $109-129

Details: AirScapeTM backpanel, BioStretchTM harness as well as a full hipbelt to keep the pack stable and transfer the weight effectively. The packs are equipped with a 3L Hydraulics reservoir and Osprey’s new hydration sleeve design with direct access zip for fast loading.

Colors: Clover Green and Iris Purple

Sizes: Raven 14 – $129, Raven 10 – $119, Raven 6 – $109

Updated Osprey Pack Verve Women’s Hydration Backpack

Osprey Pack VerveThe Verve women’s bag that Osprey came out with for 2012 gets a couple updates too. First is an additional pocket on the front of the bag and new colors!

MSRP: $109-$89

Colors: Passion Purple and Platinum Grey

Sizes: Verve 13 – $109, Verve 9 – $99, Verve 5 – $89

We have been reviewing the 2012 Verve pack and excited to see some of the changes as it seems to make the bag a bit more functional for rides the girl looking for function (multi-tool, pump, food) and not a ton of water on their back (2-3L.)

 

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