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NAHBS (pics)

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NAHBS (pics)

regardless of what BikeSnob says, i went to NAHBS, and i took lots of close ups, and now i'm posting them on the internet. if you were there feel free to share your own!

full set is here for larger photos and all the non SS/FG stuff too.

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Caletti


Boo bamboo track bike


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Kimori has made some brake mounts for track frames that are fairly cool (i definitely like the rear)








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Cykelmageren was definitely the most original stuff at the show. check out this brake lever


and they have a series of hubs and handlebars with interchangeable inserts (they built the frame, headset, etc too)








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don't remember who made this :-/
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hard to tell, but this was all gold




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Vuelo... check out the double chanstay... don't know what's up with the seat over the rear axle
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Wow. Those are some wacky bikes.
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wow! best pictures ive seen of the show so far. thanks for posting
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Cool pics!

Originally Posted by wearyourtruth
don't remember who made this :-/
Phil Wood 40th Anniv. bike.

https://www.thebikebiz.com/ProductDet...e=BK-TRK-PHI01

check out that price tag. Dear oh dear.
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great pictures! thanks for posting!
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haha, that blue/yellow bike is my friend's bike. the purple/black one is for the shop manager at my lbs.

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I'm really into that red Richard Sachs...
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Great pictures, i salivated a little.
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I've seen that type of brake mount before..

EDIT: I meant the Keirin brakes.

On that other are you just pulling the cable? That's sweet.
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Great pics. Did you happen to catch any of the seminars?
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yeah the sachs won best track bike, it was so clean.

on the brake, yeah you literally pull the cable. they didn't have one mounted on a bike, much less one to ride, so i don't know how much force you can create, but it is a great outside-the-bike-box thought for something like NAHBS

i unfortunately did not get to attend any of the seminars. i drove 3 hours each way and spent 5-6 hours there without any seminars... don't know if i had it in me without making it a 2 day trip.
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very very nice
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didn't check out the bike show, but did check out the side events (trick jam, alley cat, party, etc). it was cool being at a house show and seeing everyone "internet popular" show up + all of the people that traveled here and riding in their own groups around the city.
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the pull-on-the-cable brake is pretty neat! I would like to see the leverage improved though, perhaps by stiffening the cable/handle, and adding a fulcrum point, sorta like a...brake lever.
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Woah. Good pictures.

None of the really nice Maietta that was built for the winner of the Get Better Gabe raffle, though. That's my fav... because it brought an injured friend closer to home.
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Originally Posted by wearyourtruth
Vuelo... check out the double chanstay... don't know what's up with the seat over the rear axle
I don't care how impractical this bike is, it's just plain beautiful. Would like it a tiny bit better if the seatstays were straight instead of curved.
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well it's more than impractical. if you want to raise or lower the saddle a little bit you wind up moving it fore or aft quite a bit. it just looks like a mishmash to me. but the fork is really nicely done - a very gentle rake.
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well it's more than impractical. if you want to raise or lower the saddle a little bit you wind up moving it fore or aft quite a bit. it just looks like a mishmash to me. but the fork is really nicely done - a very gentle rake.
i don't see how you could move the seatpost very much as it is, unless there was a curved seatpost made for it.

which, since it's NAHBS, I guess is entirely possible.
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I am overwhelmed by this ******** much of bike porn.
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