By the way, did I fail to mention this is coming up soon? DUN DUN DUN.
The list of exhibitors is no joke. Ahearne, Bruce Gordon, Igleheart, Broakland, Ira Ryan, , Della Santa, Hunter Cycles, Brooks and so much fuckin more...
Yesterday, I posted Hufnagel's 5 build frames from scratch with each tubing neatly laid out to show the build process. Today, we got Bruce Gordon giving an outlook on what they will be offering at the North American Handbuilt Bicycle Show.
"As mentioned a few long weeks ago, there will be a few frames at the Hand Built show that bear the Bruce Gordon name. Unlike some builders, these aren't going to be the over the top, only-affordable-if-you-sell-a-kidney type frames; not saying such bikes haven't worn the BG livery."
Shit, I thought kidneys were a dime a dozen.
It may a little early to mention, but I'm too excited about it. North American Cycle Courier Championships, or the NACCCs, is in Richmond this year. It also falls on my birthday weekend. What more than to do some traveling, maybe a little racing, and more importantly, party with folks from across the country?
Racers, sign up! Online registration is now up and you can check out sign uph here. I spy 2 SF cats already signed up. Woohoo!
Superb Cycle is now taking pre orders on their steel lugged track frames. Constructed of lugged Columbus Zona tubing with a lugged flat crown track fork, and a plethora of Superb S engravings on the seat stays, crown fork, drop outs, and brake bridge. Superb even made life easier by standardizing with a 1" head tube, english threaded bottom bracket, 27.2 seatpost, and 120 rear spacing.