Monthly Archives: February 2011

National Handmade Bike Show: Nice Lugs

What can I say, I have a thing for lugged bikes with distinctive head badges. Click the thumbnails for high res photos. To fully appreciate these babies, you need to get in close.


Posted by on February 26, 2011 in Bike Gallery


National Handmade Bike Show 2011

Handmade with pride by master craftsmen, with details that make the difference. Dick and I traveled all the way to Austin to check out bikes built by master craftsmen at the NAHBS.

We ogled and gawked and I did my best to capture their beauty with my trusty iPhone 4. Take a look below. If you like what you see, get an even closer look at a gallery of nice lugs from this show.

Click on the thumbnails for high res photos. To fully appreciate these babies, you need to get in close.

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Posted by on February 25, 2011 in Bike Gallery

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