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Old 10-14-10, 04:02 PM   #1
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Crosspost: Texas Custom Bicycle Show this weekend in Austin

Just a heads up that the 3rd annual Texas Custom Bicycle Show will be this weekend, Oct 16-17, in Austin. The North American Handmade Bicycle Show is coming to Austin Feb 25-27 so this should be a nice preview of local framebuilders. The TCBS is free to the public.

This year the show is 2 days.

Day 1 of the show, Saturday, October 16, will be 10 AM- 4 PM at the Austin Music Hall, 208 Nueces Street with framebuilder roundtable Q&As at 11 AM and 1 PM. Session #1 at 11 AM will be with Tim Massengill from Massengill Frames, Jeremy Shlachter of Gallus Cycles and Cody Baron of True Fabrication. Session # 2 at 1 PM will be with James Flatman of Alchemy Bicycle Company, Brad Cason of Kirklee, and Dimitri Harris of MEECH.

Day 2 of the show, Sunday, October 17, will be 9 AM- 3 PM at Pure Austin- Quarry Lake, 4210 West Braker Lane. In addition to the exhibitors, there will be a cyclocross race on Sunday. More on the race here.

Exhibitors for the show are:
- Alchemy Bicycle Company
- Bilenky Cycle Works
- Crumpton Cycles
- Daltex Handmade Bicycles
- Dominion Bicycles
- Edoz Bicycles
- Gallus Cycles
- Gjertsen Cycling Tools
- Kirklee Bicycles
- Maczuzak Composites
- Massengill Frames
- Meech Custom Bicycles
- NAHBS - North American Handmade Bicycle Show
- Samurai Cycleworks
- Southwest Frameworks
- Trail LED Bicycle Lights
- True Fabrication
- Violet Crown Cycles

If you are in the Austin area, we hope you can make it.
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