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NAHBS 2013 - Massive highlight gallery, part three

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Rolf Prima builds its wheels around White Industries-made hubs - and the rear ones are compatible with SRAM's new XD system as needed.

Rolf Prima builds its wheels around White Industries-made hubs - and the rear ones are compatible with SRAM's new XD system as needed. (Image credit: Jonny Irick)
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Stinner Frameworks built this bike to tackle the brutal Tour Divide race.

Stinner Frameworks built this bike to tackle the brutal Tour Divide race. (Image credit: Jonny Irick)
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The massive front cargo box holds - well, whatever you want to put in it.

The massive front cargo box holds - well, whatever you want to put in it. (Image credit: Jonny Irick)
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We're guessing whoever ends up owning this thing will carry lots more than an iPhone and some pamphlets.

We're guessing whoever ends up owning this thing will carry lots more than an iPhone and some pamphlets. (Image credit: Jonny Irick)
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The front end requires two linkages to connect the handlebars to the front wheel. The other one runs underneath the cargo box from the steerer tube.

The front end requires two linkages to connect the handlebars to the front wheel. The other one runs underneath the cargo box from the steerer tube. (Image credit: Jonny Irick)
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The University of the Fraser Valley in Chilliwack, British Columbia is now regularly bringing some incredible stuff to NAHBS.

The University of the Fraser Valley in Chilliwack, British Columbia is now regularly bringing some incredible stuff to NAHBS. (Image credit: Jonny Irick)
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The tubular front and rear sub-frames are joined by two big plates, which sandwich the eBee electric motor assist.

The tubular front and rear sub-frames are joined by two big plates, which sandwich the eBee electric motor assist. (Image credit: Jonny Irick)
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A small tube is used to route all of the wires and housing.

A small tube is used to route all of the wires and housing. (Image credit: Jonny Irick)
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The University of the Fraser Valley built its show bike with a Rohloff rear hub and Hope disc brakes.

The University of the Fraser Valley built its show bike with a Rohloff rear hub and Hope disc brakes. (Image credit: Jonny Irick)
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Paul Brodie mentors the framebuilding class at the University of the Fraser Valley so the fairing proudly bears his name.

Paul Brodie mentors the framebuilding class at the University of the Fraser Valley so the fairing proudly bears his name. (Image credit: Jonny Irick)
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The construction process for the University of the Fraser Valley 'eBee' is quite fascinating. You can follow the entire process on Paul Brodie's Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/brodiebicycles.

The construction process for the University of the Fraser Valley 'eBee' is quite fascinating. You can follow the entire process on Paul Brodie's Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/brodiebicycles. (Image credit: Jonny Irick)
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The computer display and 'brain' is from Grim Technologies. According to Paul Brodie, "You can program when the motor starts to assist the rider, and by how much. It tracks battery life, and will automatically partially shut down when the batteries get too low. It can tell you how much energy you put into the ride, and how much the motor puts in."

The computer display and 'brain' is from Grim Technologies. According to Paul Brodie, "You can program when the motor starts to assist the rider, and by how much. It tracks battery life, and will automatically partially shut down when the batteries get too low. It can tell you how much energy you put into the ride, and how much the motor puts in." (Image credit: Jonny Irick)
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Vendetta Cycles builds custom steel frames in Corvallis, Oregon.

Vendetta Cycles builds custom steel frames in Corvallis, Oregon. (Image credit: Jonny Irick)
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Stems with integrated spacers were once a huge trend at NAHBS and it's nice to see another one on this Vendetta steel frame.

Stems with integrated spacers were once a huge trend at NAHBS and it's nice to see another one on this Vendetta steel frame. (Image credit: Jonny Irick)
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It rains an awful lot in Vendetta Cycles' home base of Corvallis, Oregon so fenders are a must.

It rains an awful lot in Vendetta Cycles' home base of Corvallis, Oregon so fenders are a must. (Image credit: Jonny Irick)
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The Paragon Machine Works dropouts had to be lengthened for everything to fit.

The Paragon Machine Works dropouts had to be lengthened for everything to fit. (Image credit: Jonny Irick)
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Ti Cycles keenly points out that its bike uses not one but two Gates Centertrack belts.

Ti Cycles keenly points out that its bike uses not one but two Gates Centertrack belts. (Image credit: Jonny Irick)
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Paint like this doesn't come out of a cookie cutter factory.

Paint like this doesn't come out of a cookie cutter factory. (Image credit: Jonny Irick)
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Having lots of bottle mounts is a standard feature of Tour Divide bikes.

Having lots of bottle mounts is a standard feature of Tour Divide bikes. (Image credit: Jonny Irick)
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Stinner built its Tour Divide bike with a 15mm thru-axle front dynamo.

Stinner built its Tour Divide bike with a 15mm thru-axle front dynamo. (Image credit: Jonny Irick)
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Stinner Frameworks built this all-road bike for Optum Pro Cycling racer Cody O'Reilly.

Stinner Frameworks built this all-road bike for Optum Pro Cycling racer Cody O'Reilly. (Image credit: Jonny Irick)
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Sleeves are brazed on to the 44mm-diameter head tube on this Stinner Frameworks all-road bike.

Sleeves are brazed on to the 44mm-diameter head tube on this Stinner Frameworks all-road bike. (Image credit: Jonny Irick)
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Ti Cycles showed off this fantastic full-suspension fat bike at NAHBS.

Ti Cycles showed off this fantastic full-suspension fat bike at NAHBS. (Image credit: Jonny Irick)
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Ti Cycles wants everyone to know where this bike was made.

Ti Cycles wants everyone to know where this bike was made. (Image credit: Jonny Irick)
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The rear end of this Ti Cycles full-suspension fat bike foregoes a conventional main pivot for a flexible plate behind the bottom bracket.

The rear end of this Ti Cycles full-suspension fat bike foregoes a conventional main pivot for a flexible plate behind the bottom bracket. (Image credit: Jonny Irick)
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Larger-offset clamps give the Cannondale Lefty fork enough clearance for the nearly 4"-wide tire.

Larger-offset clamps give the Cannondale Lefty fork enough clearance for the nearly 4"-wide tire. (Image credit: Jonny Irick)
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The Ti Cycles Skookum uses a VPP rear end from Santa Cruz.

The Ti Cycles Skookum uses a VPP rear end from Santa Cruz. (Image credit: Jonny Irick)
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The star of the Ti Cycles booth at NAHBS was this outrageous cargo bike.

The star of the Ti Cycles booth at NAHBS was this outrageous cargo bike. (Image credit: Jonny Irick)
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A bottle of scotch and even a pint glass to drink it with are both within arm's reach.

A bottle of scotch and even a pint glass to drink it with are both within arm's reach. (Image credit: Jonny Irick)
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The rear cargo rack is designed to hold gear or passengers.

The rear cargo rack is designed to hold gear or passengers. (Image credit: Jonny Irick)
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Long-reach brake calipers leave room for fenders and high-volume tires on this Vendetta all-road bike.

Long-reach brake calipers leave room for fenders and high-volume tires on this Vendetta all-road bike. (Image credit: Jonny Irick)
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Vendetta gave this lugged steel road bike an even more traditional look with a White Industries crankset.

Vendetta gave this lugged steel road bike an even more traditional look with a White Industries crankset. (Image credit: Jonny Irick)
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Lugs, lugs, and more lugs on this Vendetta Cycles steel road bike.

Lugs, lugs, and more lugs on this Vendetta Cycles steel road bike. (Image credit: Jonny Irick)
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The carbon fiber inserts allow for higher tire pressures.

The carbon fiber inserts allow for higher tire pressures. (Image credit: Jonny Irick)
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The dDstandard tire gauge - available through Wheel Fanatyk - accurately predicts the inflated tire width based on simple casing and rim measurements.

The dDstandard tire gauge - available through Wheel Fanatyk - accurately predicts the inflated tire width based on simple casing and rim measurements. (Image credit: Jonny Irick)
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Wheel Fanatyk's spoke tensiometer not only includes a digital gauge but the data can be exported via the on-board USB port.

Wheel Fanatyk's spoke tensiometer not only includes a digital gauge but the data can be exported via the on-board USB port. (Image credit: Jonny Irick)
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These wooden bike storage stands are made by Jon Hjertberg, who founded Wheelsmith in 1975 with brother Ric.

These wooden bike storage stands are made by Jon Hjertberg, who founded Wheelsmith in 1975 with brother Ric. (Image credit: Jonny Irick)
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Laminated wooden construction makes these wooden bike stands functional and beautiful.

Laminated wooden construction makes these wooden bike stands functional and beautiful. (Image credit: Jonny Irick)
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Winter Bicycles builder Eric Estlund hails from Springfield, Oregon.

Winter Bicycles builder Eric Estlund hails from Springfield, Oregon. (Image credit: Jonny Irick)
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Winter Bicycles' beautiful logo depicts the plum tree - "one of the three friends of winter".

Winter Bicycles' beautiful logo depicts the plum tree - "one of the three friends of winter". (Image credit: Jonny Irick)
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Gorgeous detailing on the back of this stem from Winter Bicycles.

Gorgeous detailing on the back of this stem from Winter Bicycles. (Image credit: Jonny Irick)
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This Winter Bicycles townie certainly wouldn't be a bad way to run your errands.

This Winter Bicycles townie certainly wouldn't be a bad way to run your errands. (Image credit: Jonny Irick)
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Winter Bicycles evokes a fantastically old-school aesthetic on the front end of this town bike.

Winter Bicycles evokes a fantastically old-school aesthetic on the front end of this town bike. (Image credit: Jonny Irick)
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Winter Bicycles has launched a new "Tool Series" - fillet-brazed steel frames with custom geometry but fewer aesthetic options that are designed for "aggressive use".

Winter Bicycles has launched a new "Tool Series" - fillet-brazed steel frames with custom geometry but fewer aesthetic options that are designed for "aggressive use". (Image credit: Jonny Irick)
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Italian company Zullo always brings amazing paint jobs to NAHBS and this year was certainly no different.

Italian company Zullo always brings amazing paint jobs to NAHBS and this year was certainly no different. (Image credit: Jonny Irick)
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This leaf motif simply had to be seen in person.

This leaf motif simply had to be seen in person. (Image credit: Jonny Irick)
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Wheel Fanatyk has just announced that the company will no longer sell Ghisallo wooden rims but there is still a fair bit of stock on hand, including bamboo rims both with and without carbon fiber reinforcements.

Wheel Fanatyk has just announced that the company will no longer sell Ghisallo wooden rims but there is still a fair bit of stock on hand, including bamboo rims both with and without carbon fiber reinforcements. (Image credit: Jonny Irick)
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Don't get too excited there, folks. All of these boxes are sadly empty.

Don't get too excited there, folks. All of these boxes are sadly empty. (Image credit: Jonny Irick)
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A gleaming fastback seat cluster is used on this Vendetta Cycles steel road bike.

A gleaming fastback seat cluster is used on this Vendetta Cycles steel road bike. (Image credit: Jonny Irick)
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We spotted this fantastic Victoria Cycles townie at the Gates Carbon Drive booth.

We spotted this fantastic Victoria Cycles townie at the Gates Carbon Drive booth. (Image credit: Jonny Irick)
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A tidy split in the seat stay is all that's required to insert the belt into the rear triangle on this Victoria Cycles townie.

A tidy split in the seat stay is all that's required to insert the belt into the rear triangle on this Victoria Cycles townie. (Image credit: Jonny Irick)
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Wheel Fanatyk doesn't just do wooden rims. Handlebars and even dishing tools are made of the stuff, too.

Wheel Fanatyk doesn't just do wooden rims. Handlebars and even dishing tools are made of the stuff, too. (Image credit: Jonny Irick)
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Wooden rims are a good match for ultra-traditional builds.

Wooden rims are a good match for ultra-traditional builds. (Image credit: Jonny Irick)
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La Madonna del Ghisallo is the patron saint of cycling.

La Madonna del Ghisallo is the patron saint of cycling. (Image credit: Jonny Irick)
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The wooden rims have straight beads.

The wooden rims have straight beads. (Image credit: Jonny Irick)
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P&K Lie makes this incredible truing stand in Germany.

P&K Lie makes this incredible truing stand in Germany. (Image credit: Jonny Irick)
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Check out how wheels are loaded into this German-made P&K Lie truing stand.

Check out how wheels are loaded into this German-made P&K Lie truing stand. (Image credit: Jonny Irick)
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Even P&K Lie's spoke wrench is a work of art.

Even P&K Lie's spoke wrench is a work of art. (Image credit: Jonny Irick)
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The dial gauges have non-linear scales to exaggerate run-outs.

The dial gauges have non-linear scales to exaggerate run-outs. (Image credit: Jonny Irick)
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Contact rollers provide a precise measurement of trueness.

Contact rollers provide a precise measurement of trueness. (Image credit: Jonny Irick)
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This accessory gauge is used for disc brake rotors.

This accessory gauge is used for disc brake rotors. (Image credit: Jonny Irick)
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This hand-drawn top tube depicts life in Sicily.

This hand-drawn top tube depicts life in Sicily. (Image credit: Jonny Irick)
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In addition to creating modern finishes, Spectrum Powderworks also specialized in restoration work. This job was done for Second Spin Cycles in Los Angeles, California.

In addition to creating modern finishes, Spectrum Powderworks also specialized in restoration work. This job was done for Second Spin Cycles in Los Angeles, California. (Image credit: Jonny Irick)
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Each Six-Eleven frame gets this stamped badge on the seat tube.

Each Six-Eleven frame gets this stamped badge on the seat tube. (Image credit: Jonny Irick)
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Six-Eleven Bicycle Company builder Aaron Dykstra says this steel road bike weighs just 6.35kg (14.0lb).

Six-Eleven Bicycle Company builder Aaron Dykstra says this steel road bike weighs just 6.35kg (14.0lb). (Image credit: Jonny Irick)
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Nice paint detail work around the dropouts of this Six-Eleven road racer.

Nice paint detail work around the dropouts of this Six-Eleven road racer. (Image credit: Jonny Irick)
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Among the impressive pieces of work in the Six-Eleven booth at NAHBS was this 650b steel hardtail.

Among the impressive pieces of work in the Six-Eleven booth at NAHBS was this 650b steel hardtail. (Image credit: Jonny Irick)
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Pinstriping work like this takes a steady hand. We're guessing Six-Eleven builder Aaron Dykstra doesn't drink much coffee. Lugs are custom fillet brazed.

Pinstriping work like this takes a steady hand. We're guessing Six-Eleven builder Aaron Dykstra doesn't drink much coffee. Lugs are custom fillet brazed. (Image credit: Jonny Irick)
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This Six-Eleven track bike was inspired by classic Japanese builder 3Rensho.

This Six-Eleven track bike was inspired by classic Japanese builder 3Rensho. (Image credit: Jonny Irick)
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Check out the buttressed lugs.

Check out the buttressed lugs. (Image credit: Jonny Irick)
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Aaron Dykstra of Six-Eleven Bicycle Company proudly put his fillet brazing skills on display with this unfinished frame.

Aaron Dykstra of Six-Eleven Bicycle Company proudly put his fillet brazing skills on display with this unfinished frame. (Image credit: Jonny Irick)
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Fantastic fillet brazing work by Aaron Dykstra of Six-Eleven Bicycle Company.

Fantastic fillet brazing work by Aaron Dykstra of Six-Eleven Bicycle Company. (Image credit: Jonny Irick)
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Gorgeous work by Six-Eleven.

Gorgeous work by Six-Eleven. (Image credit: Jonny Irick)
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It's almost a shame to cover up craftsmanship like this.

It's almost a shame to cover up craftsmanship like this. (Image credit: Jonny Irick)
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Spectrum Powderworks, based on Colorado Springs, did this intricate paint job for Mike DeSalvo.

Spectrum Powderworks, based on Colorado Springs, did this intricate paint job for Mike DeSalvo. (Image credit: Jonny Irick)
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Paint work like this doesn't come cheap.

Paint work like this doesn't come cheap. (Image credit: Jonny Irick)
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Six-Eleven built this bike for Jon Woodruff, who runs the cycling web site, Two Tone ATL.

Six-Eleven built this bike for Jon Woodruff, who runs the cycling web site, Two Tone ATL. (Image credit: Jonny Irick)
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We wouldn't have expected this color combination to work but it certainly does on this Six-Eleven 'cross bike.

We wouldn't have expected this color combination to work but it certainly does on this Six-Eleven 'cross bike. (Image credit: Jonny Irick)
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Rolf Prima's new Ralos 9 CXC wheelset features a 27mm-wide tubeless-compatible carbon fiber rim and a claimed weight just over 1,500g.

Rolf Prima's new Ralos 9 CXC wheelset features a 27mm-wide tubeless-compatible carbon fiber rim and a claimed weight just over 1,500g. (Image credit: Jonny Irick)
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Sueshiro Sano made a name for himself building world-class wooden boats and he's carried over his skills to bicycles. Ultimately, he's hoping to build a hollow mahogany structure that's lighter than carbon fiber.

Sueshiro Sano made a name for himself building world-class wooden boats and he's carried over his skills to bicycles. Ultimately, he's hoping to build a hollow mahogany structure that's lighter than carbon fiber. (Image credit: Jonny Irick)
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The level of craftsmanship exhibited in Sanomagic's integrated cockpit is remarkable.

The level of craftsmanship exhibited in Sanomagic's integrated cockpit is remarkable. (Image credit: Jonny Irick)
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Amazing.

Amazing. (Image credit: Jonny Irick)
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Sanomagic also showed off this more radical setup with 20" wheels.

Sanomagic also showed off this more radical setup with 20" wheels. (Image credit: Jonny Irick)
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Silk Bicycle Factory brought this incredible folding bike to NAHBS.

Silk Bicycle Factory brought this incredible folding bike to NAHBS. (Image credit: Jonny Irick)
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We expect this heavily triangulated Silk Bicycle Factory frame to be very stout.

We expect this heavily triangulated Silk Bicycle Factory frame to be very stout. (Image credit: Jonny Irick)
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The bottle cage is affixed to the down tubes with a quick-release skewer - only because when the bike is folded, this is where the front wheel goes.

The bottle cage is affixed to the down tubes with a quick-release skewer - only because when the bike is folded, this is where the front wheel goes. (Image credit: Jonny Irick)
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Supplemental uprights on the detachable rear end span either side of the rear wheel.

Supplemental uprights on the detachable rear end span either side of the rear wheel. (Image credit: Jonny Irick)
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This Silk Bicycle Factory travel bike breaks down in just a couple of minutes.

This Silk Bicycle Factory travel bike breaks down in just a couple of minutes. (Image credit: Jonny Irick)
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Virginia builder Six-Eleven showed off this fantastic S&S-equipped disc brake 'cross bike.

Virginia builder Six-Eleven showed off this fantastic S&S-equipped disc brake 'cross bike. (Image credit: Jonny Irick)
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Fantastic paint detail work on this Six-Eleven machine.

Fantastic paint detail work on this Six-Eleven machine. (Image credit: Jonny Irick)
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Check out the faux gold leaf finish done by Spectrum Powderworks on the front end of this Victoria Cycles frame.

Check out the faux gold leaf finish done by Spectrum Powderworks on the front end of this Victoria Cycles frame. (Image credit: Jonny Irick)
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We bet you've never seen an integrated seatmast like this before.

We bet you've never seen an integrated seatmast like this before. (Image credit: Jonny Irick)
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Detailed paint work on this Paragon Machine Works dropout.

Detailed paint work on this Paragon Machine Works dropout. (Image credit: Jonny Irick)
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Note the unusual head on this seatpost.

Note the unusual head on this seatpost. (Image credit: Jonny Irick)
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One lucky customer gets to ride this Steve Potts titanium townie.

One lucky customer gets to ride this Steve Potts titanium townie. (Image credit: Jonny Irick)
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This Steve Potts fork features internal routing for the generator front hub wire.

This Steve Potts fork features internal routing for the generator front hub wire. (Image credit: Jonny Irick)
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LEDs are built right into the back of the seatpost on this Steve Potts townie.

LEDs are built right into the back of the seatpost on this Steve Potts townie. (Image credit: Jonny Irick)
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The top of the Paragon Machine Works dropouts can be unbolted from the seat stay to pass the Gates belt into the rear triangle.

The top of the Paragon Machine Works dropouts can be unbolted from the seat stay to pass the Gates belt into the rear triangle. (Image credit: Jonny Irick)
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This Steve Potts machine looks equally ready to tackle the 'cross course or your local gravel roads.

This Steve Potts machine looks equally ready to tackle the 'cross course or your local gravel roads. (Image credit: Jonny Irick)
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This fork could easily be identified as a Steve Potts even without the logo on the side.

This fork could easily be identified as a Steve Potts even without the logo on the side. (Image credit: Jonny Irick)
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Steve Potts is as deeply rooted in mountain biking as they come so it's no surprise to see a fully modern titanium 29er hardtail included in the mix at NAHBS.

Steve Potts is as deeply rooted in mountain biking as they come so it's no surprise to see a fully modern titanium 29er hardtail included in the mix at NAHBS. (Image credit: Jonny Irick)
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Steve Potts' history in mountain biking dates back to the 1970s and the old Repack crew.

Steve Potts' history in mountain biking dates back to the 1970s and the old Repack crew. (Image credit: Jonny Irick)
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Stijl's awesome Iron Man-inspired multi-material hardtail.

Stijl's awesome Iron Man-inspired multi-material hardtail. (Image credit: Jonny Irick)
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Check out the double-sleeved steel and carbon fiber front end on this Stijl Cycles hardtail.

Check out the double-sleeved steel and carbon fiber front end on this Stijl Cycles hardtail. (Image credit: Jonny Irick)
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Two guesses who inspired the look of this Stijl Cycles creation.

Two guesses who inspired the look of this Stijl Cycles creation. (Image credit: Jonny Irick)
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This is certainly one of the more creative ways we've seen to do an integrated seatmast, courtesy of Stijl Cycles in Richmond, Virginia.

This is certainly one of the more creative ways we've seen to do an integrated seatmast, courtesy of Stijl Cycles in Richmond, Virginia. (Image credit: Jonny Irick)
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Six gears - count 'em.

Six gears - count 'em. (Image credit: Jonny Irick)
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The front end of Steve Potts' 1987 mountain bike.

The front end of Steve Potts' 1987 mountain bike. (Image credit: Jonny Irick)
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Second Spin Cycles did a very impressive job keeping this bike period-correct.

Second Spin Cycles did a very impressive job keeping this bike period-correct. (Image credit: Jonny Irick)
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Most of the parts on this Second Spin Cycles restoration are NOS - although we did spot a few inconsistencies such as the SRAM chain seen here.

Most of the parts on this Second Spin Cycles restoration are NOS - although we did spot a few inconsistencies such as the SRAM chain seen here. (Image credit: Jonny Irick)
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Grafton Speed Controller II cantilevers are paired to a Ringlé Mojo straddle wire carrier - all in purple, of course. Note the Scott Mathauser pads, too.

Grafton Speed Controller II cantilevers are paired to a Ringlé Mojo straddle wire carrier - all in purple, of course. Note the Scott Mathauser pads, too. (Image credit: Jonny Irick)
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This Manitou 2 fork looks remarkably pristine. Check out the Ringlé front hub and skewer, too.

This Manitou 2 fork looks remarkably pristine. Check out the Ringlé front hub and skewer, too. (Image credit: Jonny Irick)
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Grafton Re-Entry brake levers on this Second Spin Cycles Yeti ARC restoration.

Grafton Re-Entry brake levers on this Second Spin Cycles Yeti ARC restoration. (Image credit: Jonny Irick)
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Second Spin Cycles even managed to dig up a Grafton Speed Case bottom bracket and Ringlé anti-chainsuck device.

Second Spin Cycles even managed to dig up a Grafton Speed Case bottom bracket and Ringlé anti-chainsuck device. (Image credit: Jonny Irick)
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A gleaming neon green Fat City Cycles Fat Chance, restored by Second Spin Cycles and painted by Spectrum Powderworks.

A gleaming neon green Fat City Cycles Fat Chance, restored by Second Spin Cycles and painted by Spectrum Powderworks. (Image credit: Jonny Irick)
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Fat City Cycles' Big One Inch forks were renowned for their handling precision. Modern interpretations are still made by former employee Chris Igleheart.

Fat City Cycles' Big One Inch forks were renowned for their handling precision. Modern interpretations are still made by former employee Chris Igleheart. (Image credit: Jonny Irick)
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Speedhound Bikes' "The Only One" frameset can be adapted for a wide range of drivetrains thanks to cleverly interchangeable dropouts.

Speedhound Bikes' "The Only One" frameset can be adapted for a wide range of drivetrains thanks to cleverly interchangeable dropouts. (Image credit: Jonny Irick)
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Speedhound Bikes used a gun bluing finish on this show bike.

Speedhound Bikes used a gun bluing finish on this show bike. (Image credit: Jonny Irick)
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Rarely seen Jtek bar-end shifters are used on this Speedhound machine.

Rarely seen Jtek bar-end shifters are used on this Speedhound machine. (Image credit: Jonny Irick)
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Carlos Alzate (UnitedHealthcare) showed he likes racing with the boys in blue with hard efforts at the front.\

Carlos Alzate (UnitedHealthcare) showed he likes racing with the boys in blue with hard efforts at the front.\ (Image credit: Jonny Irick)
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Throwback heaven. Check out the fantastic fillet brazing work, the sleeved fork crown, and the centerpull brakes.

Throwback heaven. Check out the fantastic fillet brazing work, the sleeved fork crown, and the centerpull brakes. (Image credit: Jonny Irick)
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Even the Cannondale Lefty fork is painted to match on this Stijl Cycles hardtail.

Even the Cannondale Lefty fork is painted to match on this Stijl Cycles hardtail. (Image credit: Jonny Irick)

This article originally published on BikeRadar

We're still not done with our coverage from the North American Handmade Bicycle Show – and if you weren't lucky enough to walk the halls yourself, hopefully you haven't grown tired of looking at the amazing machines in our first and second image galleries.

Here's the next round of highlights in our third and final photo gallery, including Sanomagic's incredible wooden bicycles, lugged machines from Vendetta and Winter Bicycles, titanium bikes from Steve Potts and Ti Cycles, gorgeous paint jobs from Spectrum Powderworks, the finest truing stand you've ever seen, and more.