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The head badges of the Handmade Bicycle Show

A head badge is the bicycle brand’s logo affixed to the head tube on the front of a bicycle. Here are a couple of dozen I saw at the North American Handmade Bicycle Show 2016, which took place last weekend in Sacramento, CA. You can find much higher resolution images for each of these head read more »

Sacramento: North American Handmade Bicycle Show coming Real Soon Now

Reminder: The 2016 North American Handmade Bicycle Show takes place February 26 – 28 at the Sacramento Convention Center. I’ll be there either Friday or Saturday (or maybe both days), mostly covering Santa Cruz framebuilders but I’ll check everybody out. If you like bikes and people associated with bikes, I recommend attending if you can. read more »

Oregon Handmade Bicycle Show

The Oregon Bicycle Constructors Association has announced the 2009 Oregon Handmade Bicycle Show for Halloween weekend — Saturday October 31 and November 1, 2009. This showcase event will highlight some of the best of talent in the country, both from Oregon’s rich bicycle community and further afield. In addition to the builders, the Oregon Handmade 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 »

Shaquille O’Neal’s new 36 inch bicycle was designed in Santa Cruz

Update: After three years of development, your DirtySixer bike for tall riders now available for pre-order on Kickstarter. This project was fully funded within 17 hours of launch! Shaq had a Cannondale Killer V2000 bike custom built over 20 years ago to fit his 7’1″ frame. Even with the outsize frame geometry, this bike looks read more »

Connor Wood Bicycles

Chris Connor in Denver, Colorado builds his Woody 29er Scorcher in Denver, Colorado.