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

Bottle cage? What bottle cage?
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Not one to leave things well enough alone,
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Like the bottle cage,
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Craig Calfee seems particularly adept at creating showpieces,
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There is no head 'tube' per se on the spider bike;
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Brake and derailleur lines are routed directly through the structure.
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Nick Crumpton showed this incredibly light carbon fiber creation
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Partial credit for the unbelievably light seven pound total bike weight
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A front American Classic disc MTB hub
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Another beautiful track bike from Crumpton Cycles
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Edge Composites? Get used to the name,
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In addition to wheelsets, Edge Composites
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A midsection carbon wheel complements
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The faired-in crankset blends in almost seamlessly
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Ruegamer orientated the fork blades horizontally
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The unique 'fork' of Brent Ruegamer's Blackbird concept
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Where'd it go?
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Brent Ruegamer's Blackbird concept bike
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The rear of the frame closely profiles the rear wheel.
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Re Sports sponsors Jacqui Lockwood
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Lockwood also scored three US National titles
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Display it proudly.
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Travel bikes equipped with S&S couplings aren't terribly unusual these days...
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...but ones that are made from carbon fiber are!
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Re Sports also operates a full in-house paint service.
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Almost a crime to ride something this pretty.
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Brent Ruegamer of Re Sports built and painted this bike
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Sculpted head tube badges
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Mavic's Mektronic system has been out of production
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A Bushnell eccentric is mounted in the front
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Brent and Sheena Ruegamer recently raced this Re Sports Yin and Yang tandem
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Another example of gorgeously detailed paint work
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Lightweight wheels on a tandem?
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Re Sports built this Zen Uberlight frame
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Carbon dropouts, naturally.
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Brent Ruegamer says his 600g Zen Uberlight
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Integrated headset bearings drop directly into the head tube.
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The classic Brooks B-17, complete with titanium rails and frame.
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Brooks also offers several women's-specific models,
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Women's models are both wider and shorter
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Brooks offers 33 leather saddle models
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An elaborate spring system supports the rear of the saddle.
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Possibly the most ornate of Brooks' collection is the B33.
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Lots of chrome!
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In addition to saddles, Brooks also offers a line of leather handlebar and saddle bags.
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Note the mirror-image springs on Brooks' Flyer Special saddle.
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Unique leather grips are actually made
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Spokes and nipples are used to hold everything together.
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Tanned-to-match Brooks leather handlebar tape,
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The Swallow Limited Edition is equipped
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Brooks introduces the Swallow Limited Edition '07
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Brooks accessories were peppered throughout the NAHBS venue,
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Does it say 'Brooks' on the tools, too?
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A set of tools awaits inside the leather pouch.
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The Brooks tool set
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Who says wool is old-tech?
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fi'zi:k offers its saddles with classic leather covers to match the hues of sister company Brooks' handlebar tape...
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...but old-school looks don't necessarily have to come
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Paul Components introduced a fixie-specific one-finger E-Brake lever,
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Paul Components' classically-styled single-ring
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A burly-looking fixed-gear lockring tool from Paul Components,
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Paul Components seems to have found a niche
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Everyone usually thinks of Phil Wood components
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Gold-anodized Sansin track hubs?
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Schmidt's Original Nabendynamo generator front hub
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German-made Schmidt front headlamp to go along with the hub!
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Selle Italia's new Thoork road saddle.
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The rail system on the new Selle Italia Thoork saddle
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The new Yutaak mountain bike saddle from Selle Italia
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Vibram is used under the nose of the saddle
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White Brothers' new Rock Solid 29er rigid carbon fiber fork.
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Multiple tooth options are offered by White Brothers
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White Industries showed up a prototype fixed-gear hub
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This variable bolt circle diameter crankset from White Industries
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Wooden rims are back!
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