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North American Handmade Bicycle Show – More Pictures

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Here are some more pics from the North American Handmade Bicycle Show.  Above and just after the break, this curvy road bike from Retrotec has a nice, subdued red, white & blue paint scheme.

Hit “more” to see lots of great pics and links to other web albums…

Click the images to enlarge them.

Serrotta road bike with a very tech-looking brake.

Black Sheep Bikes had some very Jeff Jones-looking bikes on display.

Looks like they forget the “n” in the model name Neo Pro on this day-glow green roadie from De Rosa.

A sporty green retro looking commuter from Hufnagel.

I’m at a loss on the builder for this one…they’re not listed on the exhibitor list, and I can’t make out the brand…anyone know?   Check out the power cable for the light coming up through the fork.

Behind the headtube and welded to the braze is ornamental metalworking resembling a vine and leaf.  This detail is also on the seat stays and racks.

This cruiser from Keith Anderson features an aero seat tube and hydraulic disc brakes.  Too bad there’s no room to strap a motor into the main triangle…it looks ready for high speed.

Do NOT let anyone riding this Cherubin draft behind you.

We showed this bike in our NAHMBS fixie post, but incorrectly said this brake lever was wood (it looked like it in the other pic).  Pretty nice machining on the lever and stem.

Dean had this titanium speed demon (above and below) reminiscent of old jet airplanes.

The Waterford Fender Bender carried the guitar theme throughout.

Check out more pics from the North American Handmade Bike Show’s online album here.


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15 years ago

Nice shots!! The builder you couldn’t think of (with the vine) is at http://www.fortebikes.com/ or get naked bikes.

15 years ago

The 7th and 8th picture are by Naked Bikes.

15 years ago

the brake on the Serrotta is an eebrake.

and the frame with the hand forged iron leaf is a “Naked Cycles and Design.”
that’s what is written on the downtube and what the headbadge’s n stands for.

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