NAHBS 2012 part 4: Baum to Ti Cycles

By James Huang, tech ed, in Boulder, Colorado | Wednesday, March 7, 2012 11.52am

The North American Handmade Bicycle Show (NAHBS) has now wrapped up its eighth and most successful year yet with over 8,000 attendees flooding the show floor. The doors have now been closed for several days but we still have lots to show you. You may not have been able to go to NAHBS yourself but hopefully this will serve as the next best thing.

Included in this round are some amazing carbon fiber creations from Craig Calfee, the latest from returning NAHBS exhibitor Tony Pereira, a wild machine from Ti Cycles, and a simply jaw-dropping 1888 Whippet reproduction built by Paul Brodie. Just click on the gallery to see everything.

Our vision is still blurry from all there was to see over the weekend – not to mention the countless hours of image processing – but there's still yet one more giant instalment of images to come. We're not quite done yet, folks.

Craig calfee brought his personal custom carbon fiber tandem to nahbs. calfee's son rides up front but craig calfee still enjoys an unimpeded view of the road plus full steering control courtesy of the custom pulley system.:

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Craig Calfee brought his personal custom carbon fiber tandem to NAHBS

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