Interbike is only open to folks in the industry, Outerbike is open to anyone (with the number of people limited) that is willing to pay $150.nightofthefleming said:Is outerbike, and interbike for that matter, open to the public in any way ? Is there any way to get in if your not in the industry ?
CTP can you point me to where it states that there is a limit to the number of riders? I could not find in on the Outerbike website or in any of the three press reports.cruzthepug said:Interbike is only open to folks in the industry, Outerbike is open to anyone (with the number of people limited) that is willing to pay $150.
I don't see it on there either. I remember when SSinGA I signed up in Febuary it saying there where only a limited number of spaces, that's the reason we went ahead and signed up then. I hope it hasn't changed, I'll ask SS if that's what he remembers when he gets back in town on Tuesday.bobo_krkk_NIN said:CTP can you point me to where it states that there is a limit to the number of riders? I could not find in on the Outerbike website or in any of the three press reports.
Bob aka Debbie Downer ("I want so much to believe")
There it is. Right in front of my face. I was looking for an actual number like limited to 400 riders. I guess I don't mind waiting for a free demo, but when I pay money I would be a bit grouchy if I had to wait for one of the two large sultans at the demo for example.Kenrow said:From Outerbike's web site (http://outerbike.com/)
"Which bike do you want to ride? All the best companies are bringing their demo bikes to Moab September 30 to October 3. That's right semi's full of brand new 2011 models for you to drool over. Check out the list below. And attendance to Outerbike will be capped to make sure there are plenty of bikes."
No Bike...that's one of the reasons for going, not having to worry about getting my bike across the country. I'm sure you'll need your pedals, shoes and a helmet.nightofthefleming said:To those of you going to outerbike, are you going to bring your bike with you? It seems like a good idea so you could ride once the demo is over for the day or if you get over the demo and just want to go ride, but what would you do with your bike while your demoing another bike?
And this might be a very stupid question, but its something I was thinking about, do you bring your own pedals and shoes with you? Just curious since i have never been to something like this before.
Thanks for your replies in advance