A Day in 20 Photos: 03.20.2013

Ok, I know I’m going against the category of A Day in 10 Photos but I couldn’t narrow it down to less than 20. Plus, the galleries look nice with two rows of photos.

We were all pretty tired come Wednesday and the last place I wanted to go was a tradeshow but the allure of the Taipei cycle show was enticing. A quick walk of the aisles and I had seen everything worth seeing. The juxtaposition of an international company’s booth like Mavic right next to a Taiwanese bootleg version was quite comical. Most of the products I had seen at Interbike and the show was smaller than NAHBS this year. We were done seeing everything in under two hours.

From there, we made it out for some food before heading to the Mission Workshop and Voyager party at Werd Magazine where some of the many locals rolled through and had a few drinks. What happened afterwards is the reason why I didn’t make a post yesterday. We were all up too late, partying too hard and feeling like crap the next day. At least I’m over my jetlag and reenergized now, ready for a busy day ahead…

Check out some narrated photos in the Gallery and keep an eye on Mission Workshop’s (@MissionWorkshop) and my Instagram (@JohnProlly) during the day for updates.

  • karnitz

    is that fixed bike real slack or am i seeing things?

    • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1375154064 Aaron Garcia

      Steep angles don’t automatically make a bike better.

    • Guest

      If the top tube is level, then yes, but if the top tube slopes down toward the head tube slightly (which appears to be a possibility), then it is just an illusion. Either way, that’s a pretty clean build.

  • http://www.facebook.com/jamesmckeon Jamie McKeon

    shot from the inside of the car rules.