2015 NAHBS

Lundbeck

Lundbeck

Lundbeck is out of Cincinnati, and was one of my favorite builders at the show.

Lundbeck

Lundbeck

Lundbeck

Lundbeck

Speedhound

Speedhound

Campy booth

Campy booth

The Campy booth was hopping, constantly swapping out Campy-equipped bikes from other’s booths and showing off their latest stuff as well as some classic stuff.

Campy

Campy

Campy

Campy

Fozy's bike

Fozy’s bike

Ventus

Ventus

Ventus Custom Cycles is run by an Iowa State University Industrial Design master’s student.

Ventus

Ventus

Ventus

Ventus

Ventus

Ventus

Victoria Cycles

Victoria Cycles

Speedhound

Speedhound

Stijl

Stijl

The Stijl bikes were all very attractive, with fine welds and understated graphics.

Altruiste

Altruiste

Altruiste from New Brunswick had lots of unique design features on display, from through-tube frame construction, to a hand-carved saddle.

Altruiste

Altruiste

Altruiste

Altruiste

Altruiste

Altruiste

Altruiste

Altruiste

No. 22 Bicycle Co.

No. 22 Bicycle Co.

No. 22’s former Serotta welders were displaying some killer titanium rides and were a show favorite of mine. Out of upstate New York, these guys have been doing about 120 frames a year, from stock to full custom. I spoke with Scott for a good while and really liked their work and approach to framebuilding.

True Temper

True Temper

Repete Cycles

Repete Cycles

Repete had arguably the slickest display at the show and the fastest-looking bikes as well.

Don Walker Cycles

Don Walker Cycles

Don Walker Cycles

Don Walker Cycles

Stinner Frameworks

Stinner Frameworks

Stinner was another one of my favorites, and the first builders I came across as I arrived at the hotel and shared an elevator ride with ne of their bikes.

Stinner Frameworks

Stinner Frameworks

Saavy Cycle

Saavy Cycle

Signorina by Abbott Cycles

Signorina by Abbott Cycles

Machine Cycles

Machine Cycles

Silent Cycles

Silent Cycles

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Julie Ann Pedalino

Julie Ann Pedalino

Julie Ann’s bike was my favorite at the show. As a new builder, she’s still earning her stripes, but this bike shows that she’s going to be a great builder. Love the polished silver Campy Athena and other parts specs on this beautiful frame.

Julie Ann Pedalino

Julie Ann Pedalino

Julei Ann Pedalino

Julei Ann Pedalino

Julie Ann Pedalino

Julie Ann Pedalino

Matter Cycles

Matter Cycles

Matter Cycles

Matter Cycles

Matter Cycles

Matter Cycles

Matter Cycles

Matter Cycles

Groovy Cycleworks

Groovy Cycleworks

Groovy Cycleworks

Groovy Cycleworks

Alchemy

Alchemy

Alchemy was front and center at the entrance and seemed to be one of the most popular displays at the show. It was hard to get pictures of their bikes, because of the crowds!

Alchemy

Alchemy

Alchemy

Alchemy

Alchemy

Alchemy

Alchemy

Alchemy

Alchemy

Alchemy

Alchemy

Alchemy

Alchemy

Alchemy

Alchemy

Alchemy

Blink Cycle Works

Bilenky Cycle Works

I was really disappointed by the small Bilenky display showing mostly coupler builds and other one-off builds, instead of the classic and fancy lugged frames they’ve shown in past years.

ZenBikeCo

ZenBikeCo

ZenBikeCo

ZenBikeCo

ZenBikeCo

ZenBikeCo

ZenBikeCo

ZenBikeCo

DiNucci Cycles

DiNucci Cycles

DiNucci had some of the finest quality looking frames at the show – not real flashy, but classic and elegant.

DiNucci Cycles

DiNucci Cycles

DiNucci Cycles

DiNucci Cycles

DiNucci Cycles

DiNucci Cycles

Cykelmageren

Cykelmageren

These wacky Danish guys were displaying some of the most unique bikes, frames and components at the show.

Cyklemaregen

Cyklemaregen

Cykelmageren

Cykelmageren

Cykelmageren

Cykelmageren

Cykelmageren

Cykelmageren

Cykelmageren

Cykelmageren

Cykelmageren

Cykelmageren

Cykelmageren

Cykelmageren

Cykelmageren

Cykelmageren

Cykelmageren

Cykelmageren

Cykelmageren

Cykelmageren

Cykelmageren

Cykelmageren

Shamrock Cycles

Shamrock Cycles

Shamrock really had some beautiful bikes on display, with amazing paint jobs.

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Shamrock Cycles

Shamrock Cycles

Shamrock Cycles

Shamrock Cycles

Shamrock Cycles

Shamrock Cycles

Shamrock Cycles

Shamrock Cycles

Shamrock Cycles

Shamrock Cycles

Holland Cycles

Holland Cycles

Holland Cycles

Holland Cycles

Steve Potts

Steve Potts

Mosaic Cycles

Mosaic Cycles

Mosaic Cycles

Mosaic Cycles

Mosaic Cycles

Mosaic Cycles

Black Cat

Black Cat

Black Cat

Black Cat

BooBicycle

BooBicycle

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