Check out all my images from the third and final day of the North American Handmade Bicycle Show (NAHBS). There’s a bit of everything in this batch — from the “Femme Fatale” of Serotta to builder portraits and even a bit of Pegoretti…
Huge crowds at the show today.(Photos © J. Maus) Another day is down here in Austin. The crowds were everything many of us expected and then some. I stopped by many booths today and caught up with several builders. Browse the words and photos below, for just a sampling of what I saw… .
All eyes were on this Naked bike.(Photos © J. Maus) Been another busy day here at NAHBS. I’ll share more in-depth stories later today, but wanted to put up a quick slideshow of what I’ve seen so far. See below for some shots of the many stunning bicycles on display including the work of Littleford, … Read more
This is the scene around Austin right now — custom bikes and the people who ride them, enjoying the city’s charm while drenched in sunshine. For the sights inside the show, just scroll down.(Photos © J. Maus)
It all started with two old chainguards.(Photos © J. Maus) Brett Horton is one of the most well-known collectors of vintage bicycles and racing ephemera in the world. For the past 25 years he has amassed a unequaled collection of 15,000 objects and 20,000 photographs. So, what happens when the owner of The Horton Collection … Read more
Portlanders Chris King and Sacha White at the NAHBS show in Austin.(Photos © J. Maus) There are a lot of amazing bikes here at NAHBS made by builders from all over the country; but I wanted to start our show coverage off by focusing on Oregon. As an Oregonian myself, and as someone who has … Read more
Laura Crawford and her touring bike in Austin last night.(Photo © J. Maus) Russ Roca and Laura Crawford are the dynamic bike traveling duo behind Path Less Pedaled. Back in 2009, they sold all their stuff, hopped on their bikes, and lived on their bikes while touring around the U.S. for 15 months. (I sat … Read more