We wrap up our coverage of the 2011 North American Handmade Bicycle Show with a final image gallery of some the best things we saw on the show floor that we haven't yet shown you.
We may not have managed to cover everything that was on display at NAHBS this year but we came pretty close. So sit back, relax, and set aside a good chunk of time.
Next year's show heads back west to Sacramento, California - we'll see you there.
Paul Components' center-pull brakes were a hot commodity at NAHBS. Photo: James Huang
Mosaic outfitted this bike with carved lugs and an extended head tube. Photo: James Huang
Watson Cycles showed off this rugged snow bike at NAHBS. Photo: James Huang
Boo Cycles fitted one of its NAHBS bikes with this novel one-piece bar and stem made of handwrapped carbon fiber and bamboo. Photo: James Huang
Demon was new to NAHBS but we suspect it won't be the last we've heard of them. Photo: James Huang
For the full gallery, click here.
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