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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 »

NAHBS 2010 Day 2 Recap

Day Two at the Shimano North American Handmade Bicycle Show saw a show hall filled with 3600 people, and local enthusiasm running high in Richmond, Virginia, February 27th.

Stuff I like: Bicycle books

I’m a book guy — I buy or borrow about a book a week. Here are some bike books your cycling friends might like as a gift. Please let me know if I missed any new books about bikes that I should list. Custom Bicycles: A Passionate Pursuit is a lovely coffee table book of read more »

2009 NAHBS Award Winners

Indianapolis — A crowd of 1728 on the final day of the North American Handmade Bicycle Show resulted in an total of 6,428 attendees over three days of what many exhibitors described as ‘the best NAHBS yet.’ As in past years, the show culminated with the awards for the best bicycles at the show. This read more »

Gasoline elasticity

It turns out the gasoline demand does have some elasticity, even outside of the context of large natural disasters. In California, gasoline is now about 50 cents more expensive than a year ago, and gasoline consumption has dropped 4% over the past year in California. That never happens outside of natural disasters, but it looks read more »

NAHBS 2008 preview

Remember, I’ll be at the North American Handmade Bicycle Show in Portland this weekend. Look for me carrying this “Seven Cycles” messenger bag from Bailey Works and with the Zero Per Gallon patch on it. Mention “Cyclelicious” and you just might earn yourself a Kryptonite New York Chain, a pair of Swrve Dynamic knickers (30″), read more »