Bicycle Porn: The North American Handmade Bike Show in Denver.

Via on Feb 23, 2013

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I am in awe of the engineering and art on display at this years NAHBS in Denver.

The sublime combinations of form and function on display here are absurdly attractive (and expensive!). I’m a know-nothing, so I will step aside and let the cycles speak for themselves…

Oh those lines, oh so pretty:

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Classy cargo:

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A Legend: Steve Potts

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Super secure:

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Big bad work bike (if you call it work):

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Single-fork bamboo:

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More and more beautiful bamboo:

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Oooh shiny!

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Amazing 3-D printed design by Ventus:

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Finally, the Reeb, by Oskar Blues. This is my kinda bike:

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Get down to the convention center this weekend and check out the rest of the marvelous cycles on display. Tickets are available at the door.

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If you do, be sure to stop by and chat with my brother John (on the right) about Brompton folding bikes!

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Ride safely everyone!

Bonus: more bicycle porn.

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Ed: Lynn Hasselberger

About David McConaghay

David Telfer McConaghay was conceived in Toronto, born in North Carolina, and lived in Washington D.C. and Tokyo before arriving in Minneapolis at the age of 8. At 16 he moved to Connecticut, and has since inhabited D.C. for four more years, an island in Wisconsin, an ashram in Northern California, a national park in Maine, and taught English in Guadalajara, Mexico, and Bogota, Colombia before landing in Boulder, Colorado at the start of 2011. He loves all humans, but feels unique fondness for Jorge Luis Borges, Swami Sivananda, and Lionel Messi. David's personal website is www.masteringmetaphysics.com. He is an ambassador for GaiamTV.com/Dave and you are invited to email ElephantGentleman at gmail dot com or follow him on Twitter.

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