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Japanese shipbuilder creates wooden bicycles

Here’s some handmade wooden bike loveliness that will be shown at the Japanese Handmade Bicycle Fair [2010 ハンドメイドバイシクルフェア] which begins this Friday. Shipbuilder Sueshiro Sano is the owner of a 200 year old business that handcrafts oceangoing wooden sailing ships for an international clientèle in Japan. In the fall of 2007, Sano began to experiment read more »

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Vote for Bostonian of the year. Each year, Boston Globe Magazine selects “Bostonian of the Year.” One of the nominees is Boston’s Bike Planner (and former Olympic cyclist) Nicole Freedman. I don’t know if your vote counts or not, but cast your ballot for Nicole here. Vote for Change. Several people have submitted their ideas read more »

Look for me at the North American Handmade Bicycle Show 2008

I’ll be in Portland this weekend at the Oregon Convention Center to report on the latest in handcrafted bike goodness. I’ve already spoken with a few of the builders who will be there and there should be some interesting goodies. I haven’t quite figured out yet how I’ll do it, but I’ll have some goodies read more »

Handbuilt bike show 2008: Almost sold out

A record number of exhibitors are expected at the 2008 North American Handmade Bicycle Show in Portland, Oregon next February, where 175 of 185 exhibitor spaces are already sold. The 2007 show in San Jose, California was the largest to date, featuring 103 exhibitors who collectively occupied 130 booth spaces. So far 134 exhibitors have read more »

Japan’s mahogany bikes in the news

Some of you might remember the mahogany laminate bicycles built by shipbuilder Sueshiro Sano and shown at the Japan Handmade Bicycle Fair in 2010. Sano and his “Sanomagic” bikes are once again making in appearance in the mainstream media. #457982948 / gettyimages.com

Bike porn photo pro tips

Grant Petersen has 30 years of experience choosing bike photos for his catalogs and other marketing material. Just in time for the North American Handmade Bicycle Show, Grant publishes his tips on improving your bike photography.