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Baby You’re Much Too Fast: NAHBS 2017 Recap

Now in its thirteenth iteration, the North American Handmade Bicycle Show (NAHBS) is an annual convention showcasing the bicycle industry, prioritizing those who choose to construct bicycles specifically designed to the owner’s personal specifications. Unlike its larger counterpart, Interbike, NAHBS is open to the public, with a specific focus on handmade bicycles; an art first pioneered by read more »

Historical bike prints, cheap at NAHBS

Brett Horton of San Francisco has a huge collection of bike photos collected from around the world. He’s now making prints from his Horton Collection available for sale. Buy them this weekend at the North American Handmade Bicycle Show in Sacramento for a hugely discounted price. These framed and autorgraphed 20×24 prints of Eddie Merckx read more »

Santa Cruz builders at NAHBS 2016 in Sacramento

All of the usual suspects from Santa Cruz County will return with their selection of beautiful wares at the 2016 North American Handmade Bicycle Show beginning Friday, February 26, 2016 (tomorrow!) at the Sacramento Convention Center. I can’t get over John Caletti’s show bike, the CALETTI X KILLE, so let’s talk about that first.

Japanese exhibitors at NAHBS 2016 in Sacramento

Over the past few years, Japanese builders and other vendors have become a regular presence at the annual North American Handbuilt Bicycle Show.

Ride with Nelson “The Cheetah” Vails at NAHBS in Sacramento

I’m stoked to learn that Olympic medalist Nelson Vails will be at the North American Handbuilt Bicycle Show in Sacramento this weekend for screenings of “Cheetah – The Nelson Vails Story,” a documentary about his life.

Made in USA bike bells at NAHBS

Visit NAHBS to see the method behind the $50 Spurcycle Bike Bell the weekend of February 26, 2016 at the Sacramento Convention Center.