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

Classic Brian Baylis styling as seen in this classic road bike.
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Intricate lugwork and amazing attention to detail
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Beautifully capped seat stays.
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It's been years since that classic photo was taken of a young Greg LeMond,
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Drilled 'lugs' add a nice touch.
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New builder Engin Cycles showed off
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Cleanly done pinstriping on this Engin Cycles road bike.
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Brett Horton commissioned this stunning Llewellyn for his collection.
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Brett Horton gave Sacha White of Vanilla Bicycles
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Bay Area builder Nelson Titanium offered up
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Pegoretti is known as much for his paint
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Dario Pegoretti is best known for steel,
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Pegoretti dropouts offer lots of weld surface area
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Pegoretti's beautiful Marcelo frame,
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Pegoretti's new Responsorium
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The Responsorium is Pegoretti's new top machine.
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It would likely be safe to say
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Large diameter stays help retain rear end stiffness
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Classically-styled front bag on this Pereira randonneur.
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A Pereira randonneur, ready to explore.
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Tony Pereira crafted this 'suicide shifter' himself.
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Clean lugwork from Peter Mooney.
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Peter Mooney in baby blue.
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Stunning lug and paint work by Peter Mooney.
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Peter Mooney built this frame for inventor Joel Evett.
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Evett's bike incorporates unique paired cable routing
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These dual pivot brakes look modern,
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Inventor Joel Evett modified this Campagnolo Record front derailleur
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Evett's shifter is operated by simply rotating the wheel
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Rear derailleur was similarly modified for use with Evett's shifters.
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A display from Peter Mooney with just a small sample of what's possible.
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Somewhat nicer looking than the dropouts on my bike…
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Exquisite detailing on the seat tube of this Peter Mooney bike.
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Stems such as this one from Peter Mooney
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This Rebolledo randonneur wore a rare chain catcher from Columbine Cycles
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Classic styling from Rebolledo.
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Elegant seat lug from Rebolledo.
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Richard Sachs before and after.
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Richard Sachs before and after.
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Richard Sachs is known for his craftmanship
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Classic red, white, and yellow colors of Richard Sachs.
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Clean and purposeful Richard Sachs bottom bracket shell
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Few do red, white, and black as well as Richard Sachs.
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Classic road racer performance.
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This decal is found on some of the finest frame finishes in the world.
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Subtle and beautiful.
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Sachs has a long history of racing,
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Interesting control layout on Soulcraft's unique ride.
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Soulcraft built this bicycle for the folks at Formula Brake.
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Brake lines on this Soulcraft are routed internally,
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Integrated bottle opener on the rear end of this custom Titus Solara.
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A NuVinci shifter graces the end of this Solara handlebar.
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Titus' National Sales Manager Matt Lambert
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NuVinci's CVP internal transmission rear hub
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Tom Oswald uses only hand tools in constructing his frames.
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Carved lugwork like this takes hours of labor.
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A finished product from Tom Oswald.
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A small display from Vanilla Bicycles
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Brooks saddles graced numerous bikes at the show.
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Sacha White adds a bit of leather embellishment
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Mmm… Brooks leather handlebar tape.
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Raised stainless steel logo and highlighting rings.
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Vanilla Bicycles touring bike in stunning burnt orange paint.
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Sacha White provides yet another example
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Double-stacked rear rack from Vanilla Bicycles.
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Cleanly fillet brazed Vanilla stem.
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Waterford Precision Cycles carried the flame motif
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Even the fork tips get the flame treatment from Waterford.
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Waterford's Reynolds 953 frame is on fire!
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Wild-looking head tube from Waterford.
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Not much to say here but 'wow'.
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