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More Pics from NA Handmade Bicycle Show

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Courtesy of Dale at Cycles de Oro bike shop, here are some more pics from the 2009 North American Handmade Bicycle Show. Above is a Kimori track bike with special brake adapters.  Click on the image to enlarge it.

Click “more” to see some other great pics from the show…

Special Kimori adapters to let you put brakes on track bikes with no frame mounts for attaching brakes, as shown on the top picture.

A Kimori space frame full suspension mountain bike with small wheels.  The rear suspension is an elastomer stack, shown below in detail.

This Nobilette won “Best Filet Brazed” bicycle and is the owner’s personal ride.

Engin Bicycle’s booth.  Check out the sweet, fat white tires on the red road bike.  Below are some detail photos from the bike on the far left.

Even the seatpost is custom made.  Note the internal cable routing on the image below.


Aaaahhh, this explains the fat tires, it’s a cyclocross bike!

You can just make out the nubs on the tires thanks to the glare, but check out the integrated seatpost, too.

Courage Bicycle Mfg. Co. out of Portland, OR, had this lean looking road bike on display…

…along with this classic looking fixie.

They also had this 16lb ‘cross bike equipped with SRAM Red on the rear and a single up front.

A sick little Asian inspired track bike from Independent Fabrications.

And a bronze accessorized mountain bike.

A grocery getter from Black Sheep Cycles…

…and something for a little more speed.

White Industries “long awaited version of the famous Lyotard Berthet pedal.”

Click here to see the full album of pics (there are LOTS more to see) from Dale Brown.

We also posted pictures of Fixies, Award Winners and other bikes from the show on previous posts.  There’s also some photos from our friends at Ergon posted here.

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