Wizards, welders, artisans, and Hipsters: Inside NAHBS show

High art of the velo type, creativity, and frame-building prowess were on display at the North American Handmade Bicycle Show — better known as just “NAHBS” — last weekend in Denver. I stepped inside the show for a look at the more than 200 exhibitors and their collective army of jaw-dropping custom rides. From epic tandem creations to wood-frame bikes, the photos here reveal a few of my favorites from the show floor. —Sean McCoy

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Mosaic XT1.jpg

Moots Psycho X RSL.jpg

Littleford Expedition.jpg

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Kent Erikson Cycles.jpg

Owen.jpg

Guru Photon HL.jpg

Guru Photon HL (1).jpg

Glissando.jpg

Cherubium Rambler.jpg

Calfee.jpg

Black Sheep Tandem.jpg

Bishop.jpg

Alchemy.jpg

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Bilenky Cycles.jpg

—All photos © Sean McCoy.

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