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Friday, February 08, 2008
By Yokota Fritz


Brad of Urban Velo is in Portland at the 2008 North American Handmade Bicycle Show with all of his camera gear. Builders are taking their bikes to his ad hoc photo studio so Brad can take lovely portraits of their creations.

This first is Calfee's latest bamboo creation, in which he's gone whole hog on the bullhorn theme. Not only are the handlebars real bullhorns, but the fork is also fashioned from horns. Hemp fibers and resin holds the whole thing together.

Calfree bamboo and horn bicycle NAHBS 2008 Portland OR. This photo Copyright Brad Quartuccio and used with his permission. All Rights Reserved.


This custom titanium bicycle from Roark is a children's bicycle! An internally geared hub inside the machined rear wheel with butterfly accents everywhere make this an extravagant gift for a special daughter.

Roark titanium children's bicycle with butterflies at NAHBS 2008 Portland OR. This photo Copyright Brad Quartuccio and used with his permission. All Rights Reserved.


See more photos of amazing hand built bicycles at Urban Velo magazine. Photos are Copyright Brad Quartuccio and used with his permission. Please remember to hit those social networking site buttons down below if this article is worth sharing; thank you very much!

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Man, those both look like pretty expensive cruisers. Looks like a fun show so far.
 
...fritz, hope you're having a great time...

...you suggested videos from the show...for my tastes, i'd suggest just good clear photos of bikes & the details that you find impressive about them...

...enjoy...
 
Makes me all horny.
 
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