Last year at Interbike, our eagle eyes found an unmarked tire in the Panaracer / Panasonic booth at Interbike which we immediately recognized as a …
Mosaic Bespoke Builders of Boulder Colorado descended onto NAHBS 2015 with their Gravel GS1 and Cyclocross XT1 and XS1 frames.
Ron Sutphin, founder of the United Bicycle Institute in Oregon, brought a gravel frame to NAHBS 2015 with over 150 working hours put into it, and walked away with the President’s Choice Award. We walk through the bike with Sutphin.
At NAHBS 2015, DeSalvo Custom Cycles brought gravel bikes from Ashland, OR, which he called the fastest growing segment of his business three years ago. We take a closer look at the frames, which are equipped with the new TRP and ENVE thru axle forks.
Zen Bike Co. brought their cyclocross lineup, both steel and aluminum frames, to NAHBS, and we took a closer look at the Portland-hatched details.
Aaron Stinner has been building frames in Santa Barbara for the last five years. He returned to NAHBS 2015 with more than a full array of models, including cyclocross, gravel and singlespeed models.
The long-awaited Speedplay Syzr Mountain Bike Pedals are ready to be released, and we take a close look of them at NAHBS 2015.
TRP Brakes has steered past being a brake-only company and now offers a thru axle carbon cyclocross fork it unveiled at NAHBS 2015. Recognizing a …
Erik Noren of Peacock Groove returned once again to NAHBS with a jaw-dropping finish to his bike. This year, it is a purple gravel bike electrified in color and components, which is called Electric Hell.
Cyclocross and gravel bikes dominated the available NAHBS 2015 categories, winning Best New Builder, People’s Choice, Best TIG, President’s Award, Best Cyclocross Bike (of course) and also getting honorable mentions in Best Finish and Best TIG.
Connor Cycles showed off their Axe Handle, a cyclocross bike made out of wood, at NAHBS 2015, and we take a first look.
Chad Lovings and Bryce Baumann’s LoveBaum cyclocross frame impressed the judges at NAHBS 2015, and the cyclocross-minded Colorado builders have jumped out of the gates with a new frame builder award after displaying their WWII motorcycle inspired frame.
Mars Cycles’ showed off a mint green stainless steel brazed cyclocross frame and fork at NAHBS 2015, and we take a close look.
No. 22 Bicycle Company showed off its Broken Arrow titanium cyclocross bike, and walked away with the Best Cyclocross Bike award from NAHBS 2015. See the winning bike here.
There’s bike porn everywhere you look at NAHBS, but we tried hard to keep our eye on the cyclocross and gravel gear and bikes. See a slideshow of what caught our eye on Day 1.