SF Bike Expo – Bike Culture, Fashion and Fun


Mtbr.com is a proud sponsor of the SF Bike Expo and we enjoyed both days of the show this past weekend. It’s a cliche, but the SF Bike Expo really does offer something for everyone. Whether you are a roadie, mountain biker, commuter, fixie rider, dirt jumper, BMXer…there was plenty to do and see.

LowRider Lobby

Low Rider Lobby

Various low rider bikes, choppers and cruisers greeted SF Bike Expo visitors in the lobby. The SF Bike Expo embraces all aspects of “bike culture”, which is what really makes it a unique event!

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Swap Hall

Swap Hall

Various photos of the Swap Hall portion of the SF Bike Expo. Saturday was the day to go, to get the best selection and best deals. Some very interested and eclectic parts/gear/bikes in here.

Industry Hall

Industry Hall

The SF Bike Expo had the indoor portion of the show broken up into two halls. The north end had the Swap Hall and the south side had the “Industry” portion of the show. The range of bike culture category brands was huge. Whether commuter, fixie rider, roadie, mountain biker, dirt jumper, BMX or other…it was all here!

Dirt Jumps, Pump Track, Freestyle

Sick Superman

AT’s Showdown, Rider Jam and Best Trick events were sick! Riders started with a HUGE drop in and threw their best over 3 big jumps. Definitely the most watched event of the weekend. The vibe was cool and the weather (and dirt) was perfect! Besides the dirt jumps, there was also a pump track, flatland area and a freestyle and halfpipe section. Several gravity specific brands were showing off their wares, too. Check out the Norco ss prototype and Loaded’s ti spindle AMX pedals.


official website: https://sfbikeexpo.com/

About the author: Gregg Kato

Gregg Kato studied journalism and broadcasting in college while working many different jobs including deejaying, driving a forklift and building web sites (not all at the same time). Kato enjoys riding local Santa Cruz trails. Besides being an avid mountain biker, he is also a motorcycle fanatic. Two wheels, one Passion.

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