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NAHBS 2010 » 2010 Exhibitors http://2010.handmadebicycleshow.com Official Website of the North American Handmade Bicycle Show Fri, 02 Apr 2010 22:40:32 +0000 http://wordpress.org/?v=2.9.2 en hourly 1 Seven Cycles http://2010.handmadebicycleshow.com/2010/02/seven-cycles/ http://2010.handmadebicycleshow.com/2010/02/seven-cycles/#comments Tue, 23 Feb 2010 23:20:57 +0000 Seven Cycles http://www.handmadebicycleshow.com/?p=2814 Seven Cycles is the largest custom bicycle manufacturer in the world. We offer more than 30 different bike models across several riding disciplines.

Mission:
To enhance cyclists’ riding experience worldwide through the optimum fit, function, and performance of their bicycles.

Products:
High-performance road, mountain, cyclocross, touring, tandem, triathlon and commuting bikes. We also offer carbon, titanium and aluminum components, as well as softgoods.

Material options include:

  • Carbon
  • Titanium
  • Carbon and Titanium
  • Steel

Website:
http://www.sevencycles.com

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Ted Wojcik Custom Bicycles http://2010.handmadebicycleshow.com/2010/02/ted-wojcik-custom-bicycles/ http://2010.handmadebicycleshow.com/2010/02/ted-wojcik-custom-bicycles/#comments Tue, 23 Feb 2010 23:18:10 +0000 Ted Wojcik Custom Bicycles http://www.handmadebicycleshow.com/?p=2811 The legend returns. One of the acknowledged master of the trade, Ted Wojcik (www.tedwojcikcustombicycles.com) has been handbuilding custom bicycles –made to be ridden — for thirty years. From his Windham, NH. shop, Wojcik designs and welds individually tailored light- weight steel bicycles of unmatched performance, quality and artistry. Wojcik’s one man operation completes approximately one hundred bikes a year for champion cyclists and triathletes, celebrities, commuters, weekend off road riders, and anyone seeking the best bicycles in the world.
Ted built his first bike 30 years ago to win over his future wife, who at 5′2 was having trouble finding one that fit. The Vietnam-era Navy veteran took that one act of romance and built it into a thriving business. Never satisfied with the status quo, he has long been an innovator in bicycle design –and has had his riffs ripped off more than Chuck Berry.
As the Museum of Mountain Bike Art and Technology noted about Ted Wojcik, “Seldom is the line between art and science, form and function, yet in Ted’s work, they are so completely merged. Near invisible welds fuse select butted steel tubing, and the only limitation on your paint job is your own imagination.”

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Poka Cycle Accessories http://2010.handmadebicycleshow.com/2010/02/poka-cycle-accessories/ http://2010.handmadebicycleshow.com/2010/02/poka-cycle-accessories/#comments Tue, 23 Feb 2010 01:07:10 +0000 Poka Cycle Accessories http://www.handmadebicycleshow.com/?p=2807 Suzanne Carlsen is the designer and maker behind Poka Cycle Accessories.  Her Toronto based studio produces both custom and limited edition headbadges, chainguards, and a small selection of bicycle bags.

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sylvan cycles, llc http://2010.handmadebicycleshow.com/2010/02/sylvan-cycles-llc/ http://2010.handmadebicycleshow.com/2010/02/sylvan-cycles-llc/#comments Fri, 19 Feb 2010 23:12:17 +0000 sylvan cycles, llc http://www.handmadebicycleshow.com/?p=2784 “drop-dead gorgeous, a blast to ride, and green by design”

Sylvan Cycles makes innovative, beautiful, high-performance bicycles from sustainable wood composite materials. Our proprietary wood composite technology enables us to engineer frames that bring together a rare combination of performance, ride quality, and sustainability. Or as a customer puts it: “drop-dead gorgeous, a blast to ride, and green by design” We skillfully combine local, sustainably harvested materials, bio-sourced resin adhesives and stainless steel with a level of craft and artistry that reflects our backgrounds as framebuilders, luthiers, and cabinetmakers. Sylvan offers a complete line of bicycles and framesets, from road through mountain, to your daily commuter ride. Sylvan Cycles, llc is based in Amherst, Massachusetts. Sylvan was founded by John Fabel and Sam Kelley, and has a wonderfully expanding tribe of partners, including master fabricators George Combs and Mike Gerulitas.

Sylvan was formed from a love of bicycles combined with expertise in green materials, grounded in a long history of bicycle design and innovation. For example, John had the chance to work with bicycle design iconoclast Mike Burrow in the early 1980’s, and past bicycle related projects include helping to develop the Xtracycle, panniers for Madden, a patented electric drive system, and so on. Master welder George Combs began welding frames for Mongoose in the 1970’s, and has since made hundreds of frames. Master craftsman Sam Kelley is noted for his work with green materials and structural timberframe design. Sustainable design and socially-responsible business practice have also been long been driving themes in our work, and includes pioneering examples of sustainable product design and business practice.

“Using Bicycles to Go Places…”

Sylvan also comes out of our love and concern for the places we ride, and what kind of world we’re all bringing forward. In the big picture, we see both bicycles and businesses as potentially powerful tools for change. Sustainable design and socially-responsible business practice have repeatedly been driving themes in our work, and Sylvan is a continuing arc in this trajectory. If we are going to head in a more sustainable direction, how do we actually do it? As such Sylvan is not just about beautiful bicycles, but also about finding ways forward, and creating touchable, workable and delightful examples of the possible.

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Six-Eleven Bicycle Co. http://2010.handmadebicycleshow.com/2010/02/six-eleven-bicycle-co/ http://2010.handmadebicycleshow.com/2010/02/six-eleven-bicycle-co/#comments Thu, 18 Feb 2010 23:03:19 +0000 Six-Eleven Bicycle Co. http://www.handmadebicycleshow.com/?p=2751 Inspired by the Great 611 J-Class steam locomotive, Six-Eleven Bicycle Co. perfectly pairs performance and artful design to create the ultimate in lugged and fillet brazed custom steel bicycles. Having studied under the esteemed Koichi Yamaguchi, builder Aaron Dykstra hand cuts and miters every tube, ensuring matchless precision in every frame. From frame to fork and stem, each build begins with a conversation, matching the rider to a carefully selected combination of tubes and materials. By fully understanding the rider’s style, Aaron crafts a balance of strength and comfort that can only come from custom design. Evoking the ingenuity and craftsmanship that made the Great 611 legendary, Six-Eleven Bicycle Co. guarantees each owner the ride of a lifetime.

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Sampson http://2010.handmadebicycleshow.com/2010/02/sampson/ http://2010.handmadebicycleshow.com/2010/02/sampson/#comments Fri, 12 Feb 2010 00:47:06 +0000 Sampson http://www.handmadebicycleshow.com/?p=2676 Colorado based Sampson will be at NAHBS again! Sampson has been advancing cycling technology since 1987. Sampson also makes some great semi-custom bikes, but their focus will be with their hot new pedals and components at Richmond. The newest version of the Stratics pedals show why Sampson’s pedals have been used to win everything from World Championships to Ididabike, and no wonder. Their newest sports a giant 62 mm wide platform for power and comfort-and it weighs just 121 g. each–in steel–the Ti pedals are just 99 g! The full Stratics SL group is now among the lightest at just 1932 g. with Sampson’s hot new SL cranks! Sampson looks forward to letting you see and feel the difference their top equipment can give you.
www.sampsonsports.com

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Serotta http://2010.handmadebicycleshow.com/2010/02/serotta/ http://2010.handmadebicycleshow.com/2010/02/serotta/#comments Wed, 10 Feb 2010 15:45:26 +0000 Serotta http://www.handmadebicycleshow.com/?p=2665 A 38 year-young, authentic brand founded by Ben Serotta widely recognized as a leader in finest craftsmanship, quality, bicycle performance. The attention to detail and workmanship is unsurpassed by any brand. Custom designed and fabricated in the Serotta built and owned factories in the USA

http://www.serotta.com

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Palermo Bicycles http://2010.handmadebicycleshow.com/2010/02/palermo-bicycles/ http://2010.handmadebicycleshow.com/2010/02/palermo-bicycles/#comments Fri, 05 Feb 2010 23:57:41 +0000 palermo http://www.handmadebicycleshow.com/?p=2635 Palermo Bicycles continues the tradition of single craftsman bicycle frame fabrication. Each frame is unique, tailored to its owner and constructed start to finish by me, Tom Palermo. All frames are constructed using lugged construction and the finest modern steel tubes to deliver a modern interpretation of classic steel. Palermo Bicycles are built to be ridden hard, beautiful to look at and sure to bring a smile to the rider’s face.

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Chris King http://2010.handmadebicycleshow.com/2010/02/chris-king/ http://2010.handmadebicycleshow.com/2010/02/chris-king/#comments Tue, 02 Feb 2010 13:11:33 +0000 Chris King & Cielo Cycles http://www.handmadebicycleshow.com/?p=2588 Stainless-steel bearing headsets, hubs and bottom brackets – Made in the USA since 1976.

A League of American Wheelmen Gold Level Bicycle Friendly Business

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Mills Brother’s Bicycle Company http://2010.handmadebicycleshow.com/2010/01/mills-brothers-bicycle-company/ http://2010.handmadebicycleshow.com/2010/01/mills-brothers-bicycle-company/#comments Fri, 29 Jan 2010 13:16:29 +0000 Mills Brother's Bicycle Company http://www.handmadebicycleshow.com/?p=2570 Hidden away in the farmlands of North Carolina in the town of Advance, in an old smoke house where hams used to cure is the shop of David Mills. Where hidden from prying eyes handmade bicycles spring from the Earth as if by magic. Cool! Maybe it is an art learned in the far off land of Oregon at UBI, maybe it’s because Dave has read The Lord of the Rings so many times he can speak Elvish. All anyone knows for sure is that the shop is the size of a Ford station wagon and has been used many times to explain why the yard hasn’t been mowed.

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Hell Yes Clothing http://2010.handmadebicycleshow.com/2010/01/hell-yes-clothing/ http://2010.handmadebicycleshow.com/2010/01/hell-yes-clothing/#comments Fri, 29 Jan 2010 01:46:35 +0000 Hell Yes Clothing http://www.handmadebicycleshow.com/?p=2561 Hell Yes Clothing strives to produce classicly cool clothing that you can wear riding your bike, or to work, or even on a date to the opera. We print all of our own shirts on extra nice pima, organic, or fine thread tees, henleys, and sweaters. You wan’t find a single Beefy Tee in our line of over twenty styles that are all affordably priced.

Mary Bergman, the superb seamstress for Hell Yes Clothing produces our line of Re-Knicks – fine twill, wool, and corduroy pants recycled into Knickers. They are perfect for around town or even on the golf course in the summer or snowshoeing in the winter. Mary also produces our Urban Cycling Vest made from the best softshell fabrics in the world from Schoeller in Switzerland.

In addition we’ll have a very cool selection of our cycling, snap brim, military-style, and ball cap style hats, belts from Tired Ol’Belts and other interesting stuff.

Hell Yes Clothing is a division of the Fixed Gear Gallery www.fixedgeargallery.com which is the world’s leading fixed gear website with over 10,000 viewer-submitted photos, plus articles, contests, event coverage and way more. The Fixed Gear Gallery has published thousands of photos from the last three North American Handmade Bicycle Shops in San Jose, Portland, and Indianapolis. It’ll be our pleasure to cover the show again in 2010 so if you are unable to attend, you’ll still be able to see photos of work from your favorite framebuilders.

The Fixed Gear Gallery…1200 West Eleventh Street…Traverse City, Michigan 49684…231-342-1546…fixedgearwizard@yahoo.com

Coming Next Summer in Traverse City
TraVELOcity – A Summer Cycling Festival that will include The 5th Annual Fixed Gear Symposium with over 10 urban-style events, The Cherry-Roubaix Criterium and Road Race Series, The Traverse City Microbrew and Music Festival, The Twim Bay Cyclocross Race, plus bicycle movies in our beautufully restored downtown State Theatre which is host for The Traverse City Film Festival. All this takes place in our beautiful resort town on Grand Traverse Bay of Lake Michigan with hundreds of miles of great road riding, an extensive off-road trail system, plus local wineries, great downtown restaurants and a vibrant arts community. Check www.fixedgeargallery.com for info and we hope to see you in August.
Dennis, Katy, and Carl Bean-Larson

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Peter Mooney Cycles / Wheelworks http://2010.handmadebicycleshow.com/2010/01/peter-mooney-cycles-wheelworks/ http://2010.handmadebicycleshow.com/2010/01/peter-mooney-cycles-wheelworks/#comments Thu, 28 Jan 2010 19:33:42 +0000 Peter Mooney Cycles / Wheelworks http://www.handmadebicycleshow.com/?p=2552 Peter Mooney’s respect for the beauty and function of the bicycle frame goes back to the late 1960’s. He traveled to England in the early 1970’s and landed a job with a master of the trade. This “one man show” operated a small but complete bicycle/frame shop in south London.

This old world model of the “in house” frame builder as a component of a quality bike shop inspired Peter, (and like minded partners), to open the first Wheelworks store in 1977. Peter has enjoyed the position of building lugged steel frames under his own name ever since. 35 years on Peter still loves to ride his bike. Keeping up his mileage with commuting, (year round), an occasional cycle tour or time trial.

There are so many reasons to love bicycles. These range from their simple practicallity to object of art.
I’m proud that bikes have been, and continue to be such a huge part of my life.”

Look forward to seeing you in Richmond………………….Sincerely, Peter Mooney

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