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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 »

Owen Bikes

Among the several people exhibiting their bikes at the New Builder area of the 2013 North American Handmade Bicycle Show in Denver will be Ken Stolpmann of Charlevoix, Michigan. You can find him and his mad scientist creations at Table 8 as “Owen Bikes.”

1888 full suspension replica bike

The University of Frazer Valley in Chilliwack, British Columbia is at the North American Handmade Bicycle Show in Sacramento to publicize their bike building course taught by Canadian mountain bike hall of famer Paul Brodie. Visitors to NAHBS have been crowding around to see Brodie’s amazing replica of an 1888 full suspension bicycle.

NAHBS 2012 weekend photos

This time with captions!

NAHBS 2012 Friday Photos

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Santa Cruz builders at NAHBS

Several exhibitors will represent Santa Cruz County this weekend at the North American Handmade Bicycle Show 2012 in Sacramento.