Gallery | NAHBS Brings Out The Freaks And The Geeks

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It’s been the North American Handmade Bike Show this week. Sadly we’re not able to fly out there and fondle the bikes, so we’re left to rely on the official press release and images to satisfy our freak needs. What we get is a huge gallery of all the bikes, a list of the prize winners, and… that’s it. In the interests of bringing you things to make you ooh, we’ve been through and picked out the bikes that caught our eye. Hopefully in due course we’ll be able to find out some actual facts about the bikes, but for now, here are our observations. All images courtesy of NAHBS, by Brad Quartuccio Instagram: brad.quartuccioWeb: www.bradquartuccio.comThe Mountain Bikes This is a mountain bike website, so we’ll start with the bikes we think are for riding the mountains. Some are hard to pigeonhole, and why would you want to hole a pigeon, but with flat bars, fat tyres or front suspension, these pigeons are ready for the wild. W.H. Bradford www.whbradford.comThe seat tube is bending over...

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