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North American Hand Made Bicycle Show,
San Jose, California, March 2-4, 2007

Anyone looking for a missing "B"?
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Bilenky Cycle Works provided this fixie frame
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Raised logos were still popular at this year's NAHBS.
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Bilenky Cycle Works uses readily available Campagnolo dropouts
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Nothing subtle here.
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Bilenky Cycle Works displayed this ornate fixed-gear frame.
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What the???
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Yes, they're real.
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Carbon-wrapped stem construction.
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Don Walker's Heritage frame wears a familiar paint scheme.
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Where is Don Walker's family from?
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NAHBS show organizer Don Walker looking businesslike.
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The Don Walker Inner Lights looking ready for action.
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Paul Components was a popular choice throughout the NAHBS.
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Don Walker designed his "Inner City Lights" frame
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Mmmm… lemon chiffon paint.
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Don Walker's Tempus Fugit came to the show with a chromed Deda track bar.
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Plenty of show and all go here with a Dura-Ace crankset and Izumi chain.
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A Phil Wood cog finds its way on to yet another fixie frame at NAHBS.
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Don Walker frames are often found with fantastic paint jobs,
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Looks fast standing still.
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It seems almost a shame to actually use this chainring!
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And you thought your crankset was fancy looking.
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Beautiful lugwork on the front end of Independent Fabrication's pursuit bike.
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Does this thing fit me? Independent Fabrication creates another dream bike.
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A Zipp rear disc provides a perfect canvas for IF's pursuit bike.
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Even the Selle Italia carbon shelled saddle
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A beefy Wipperman chain
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Dario Pegoretti was on hand this year.
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Pegoretti brought a number of frames and bikes to NAHBS,
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Brooks saddles were the hot ticket this year.
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Pereira Cycles' fixie wore a leather-wrapped handlebar
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Pereira Cycles displayed a beautiful track bike.
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A bespoke stem wear Tony Pereira's trademark
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Beautiful dropouts on this Rebolledo track frame.
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Rebolledo's track frame in all its elegant simplicity.
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Polished stainless steel lugs.
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Head tube badge, Rebollledo-style.
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This is not your standard level of finish work!
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Richard Sachs' track frame dropouts get the job done.
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Richard Sachs track bike, ready to hit the banking.
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Only the patient few will earn this head tube logo.
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Perfectly chromed bar and stem on the front end of this Roark.
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Sugino was the popular track crankset of choice.
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Roark crafted this logo from copper-plated aluminum.
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Pictures do not do this bicycle justice.
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Deep section Zipp 909 front wheel provides plenty of room for paint.
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I'll take it!
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Custom-shaved and polished Chris King headset.
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Plenty of glimmering metallic paint on a Zipp 909 rear disc
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Simple and purposeful.
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Roark engineer Jim Zoellner says this seat tube shaping
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Cleanly shaped and welded seat tube cutout.
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More chrome!
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Roark shaved and polished the upper cup of this Chris King headset
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Selle Italia's Storika was mounted atop another copper-plated bit.
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Sacha White of Vanilla Bicycles doesn't just want
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Vanilla Bicycles' trademark dropout.
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We're not exactly sure how this works,
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The upper section of this Chris King headset
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