Quebec’s T-Lab Bikes showed off its All-Terrain X3 gravel/adventure bike tubing uniquely shaped in an effort to offer better performance and weight savings.
Co-Motion displayed its Steelhead tandem for two and updated steel Klatch gravel bike at the 2019 NAHBS. We take a look at the made-in-Oregon bikes.
Robert Axle, Simworks, Clever Standard, Cinq, Outer Shell, Enduro Bearings, Alex Rims and Velosport displayed new, non-bike-frame products at NAHBS 2019.
Crumpton Cycles is an elder statesman of the custom carbon world, but the company showed off the newest Type 5 Disc gravel bike at NAHBS 2019.
Thomson showed off a prototype titanium gravel bike built up with Thomson parts at the 2019 NAHBS show. We take a first look at the forthcoming bike.
Rock Lobster Cycles showed off an alloy World Cup cyclocross bike and a special tandem at the 2019 NAHBS show. We take a closer look at the two bikes.
To celebrate 20 years in the business, DeSalvo Cycles has a 20th anniversary “Curley” steel gravel bike that celebrates the company’s roots.
There was little mystery behind the eye-catching custom titanium cyclocross and gravel bikes England’s Enigma Bikes had on display at 2019 NAHBS.
Italy’s T Red built its Muur titanium monster cross / gravel bike by hand with materials from Italy. Take a closer look at this versatile, wide-tire bike.
The Seven Cycles Evergreen Pro SL titanium gravel bike won the Best Gravel Bike award at teh 2019 NAHBS. Take a closer look at the eye-catching winner.
Builder and coach Chris McGovern added another two-wheel victory to his palmarès on Saturday at NAHBS 2019 in Sacramento.
2019 NAHBS Sacramento is just a few weeks away. We’re giving away three-day passes and after-party tickets to the year’s best handmade bicycle show.
The 2019 North American Handmade Bicycle Show (NAHBS) returns to Sacramento on March 15-17. Info on this year’s show, tickets and a discount for readers.
Our third NAHBS 2018 photo gallery features more hand-crafted gravel bikes ready for the road less traveled. Take a look before they get dirty while trailblazing.
Get a look at these handmade cyclocross and gravel bikes before they get dirty. This gallery covers more 2018 North American Handmade Bicycle Show works of craftmanship and art.
Impressive all-road and utility craftmanship and artistry was on display at the 2018 North American Handmade Bicycle Show (NAHBS) this year. We look at some of the machines.
NAHBS isn’t just a framebuilder’s show. It’s a show dedicated to the passion in the sport, and Paul Components brings that in spades.
Moots, the titanium wizards out of Steamboat Springs, Colorado, teamed up with Chris King on a gravel race bike with limited edition bits.
Portland-based Gevenalle showed its cyclocross-specific product on two bikes with drool-worthy back-stories: Stumptown’s java and the Fat Chance legend
Like its tributee, this build is polarizing, energetic, and just plain fun. We’re eager to hear what your favorite detail is on this gravel-capable bike.
Tim O’Donnell of Shamrock Cycles showcased a beautiful build at NAHBS 2017. We cover this Rotor Uno-equipped eye candy for St. Patrick’s Day treat.
This year, NAHBS separated the cyclocross and gravel categories, and Mosaic took advantage by winning the gravel category with this blue beauty, a titanium GT-1 gravel bike.
Donhou Bicycles from the UK took home the award for Best Cyclocross Bike at NAHBS this year with his steel-framed DSSX with disc brakes, wide tires and a mix of tubing.
Appleman Bicycles sweetened its gravel offering at NAHBS 2017 with a pink frosted doughnut bike served up for gravel. It’s fresh, offers sprinkles, but it will cost you.
In a show filled with shiny metal and matte carbon, it’s only appropriate that a hot pink titanium cyclocross frame from Dean Bikes caught our eye at NAHBS 2017.
We’re winding down our 2016 NAHBS coverage, but have saved some of what we think is the best for last, like a look at Mosaic Bespoke Bicycles.
Boyd Cycling first offered frames, wheels and more, but decided a focused approach on wheels was going to be better in the long run. Thus far, it has been proven correct.
We were excited to see Gevenalle’s offerings at NAHBS as the brand’s DIY ethos and premium on reliability speak to many of us here and we thought it worth another look at what we saw in Sacramento.
Darrel Williams, the man behind Thrive Cycles of Savanah, Missouri, is self-taught and has only been building for a year and half, but is already making waves with his simple, understated aesthetic.