The Bikes You Missed at NAHBS 2017

The North American Handmade Bicycle Show showcases some of the most talented bicycle builders from around the globe. We compiled a gallery of the studio shots of some of the most impressive, and interesting, bikes at this year’s NAHBS.

The North American Handmade Bicycle Show showcases some of the most talented bicycle builders from around the globe. This year NAHBS was held in Salt Lake City, Utah from March 10th through the 12th; as usual, exhibitors unveiled their latest and most popular models to the frame builders and consumers in attendance. We compiled a gallery of the studio shots of some of the most impressive, and interesting, bikes at this year’s NAHBS.

Bikes at NAHBS

Photos courtesy of NAHBS

Find the results of the annual NAHBS awards HERE.

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