Posted by Jonathan Maus (Publisher/Editor) on January 30th, 2008 at 4:40 pm
Jordan Hufnagel made his debut back in November at the Oregon Handmade Bicycle Show.
Since then, the 26 year-old behind Hufnagel Cycles has been very busy. I stopped by his shop just off SE Madison and 7th to see what he’s got up his sleeve for the North American Handmade Bicycle Show (NAHBS).
Jordan says he’ll bring five bikes: a mixte (with a very new and not currently available in the U.S. SRAM iMotion internal 9-speed hub) and a singlespeed for around town; two track bikes (including one for himself); and one road racing bike.
With a client list already keeping him building well into May, I have a feeling he’ll be much busier after NAHBS. For more shots of Jordan and his NAHBS bikes, check the thumbnails below:
Jordan will be one of 11 Portland framebuilders exhibiting at the NAHBS which is coming to Portland from February 8-10 at the Oregon Convention Center. Visit HandmadeBicycleShow.com for all the details and visit my special NAHBS 2008 page for previous and ongoing coverage of this event.