Tag Archives: North American Handmade Bicycle Show

The welder will see you now: Eriksen’s Brad Bingham

“Moots got my name from that class, said come on out and weld for us. So I took a 69-cents-an-hour pay cut.” Continue reading

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A memorable name. A memorable bike. Pedalino

Sometimes the question isn’t what’s new. It’s who’s new. It’s a better question. And leads to a more interesting answer. Continue reading

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The loneliness of the long-distance water bottle. Co-Motion in Louisville

Larger-diameter tubes keep the bikes from turning into flexible flyers. The visual result, at least to my eye, is super clean. And that’s even though the decals got bigger along with the frame tubes. If nothing else, it makes it easier to know exactly what brand of bicycle is passing you at the Midwest Tandem Rally. Continue reading

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Best of (Handmade Bicycle) Show: Rob English. And Campy turns 80.

Congratulations to Rob English of English Cycles who took home two awards from the recent North American Handmade Bicycle Show. Continue reading

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