As the clock is ticking down to the weekend of February 26th-28th, the excitement grows! In just a few months, the Sacramento convention center will be brimming with the best in the bike industry. We hope nothing more than for your attendance in this next show, which will include builders, exhibitors, buyers, and media (more on that below!) from around the world. For builders and exhibitors, NAHBS is the place to showcase your bikes and your brands to the people that matter most!

Read below for information on our latest exhibitor spotlights including: Cysco Cycles, Inglis Cycles & Abbey Bike Tools, as well as a few media excerpts from the NAHBS 2015 show. Furthermore, we have included a little Q&A with one of sacramento’s favorite bike shops, Mike’s Bikes on netflix for free. Lastly, read up on an organization fighting to keep your love for riding alive: The Sacramento Area Bicycle Advocates (SABA).

NAHBS 2015 Media Placement

Last year in Louisville, the 2015 NAHBS show was an attraction for media hubs from all around. The same great opportunity will be presented for the 2016 NAHBS Show, however, we expect an even greater presence from the media! So get ready for your story to be heard. Below, a few of last years stories are included.

Broken Sidewalk; Sport, craft, and community: “Hundreds of bike enthusiasts gathered under one roof.”

Cycle Efix; Paul Brodie 2015 NAHBS Tourer: “The North American Handmade Bicycle Show is like the Summer Solstice of the frame builder’s year.”

Road CC;No.22 unveils new Reactor titanium/carbon race-ready frame at NAHBS 2015: “Bringing titanium frames into the modern era.”

Cycle Cross; Love of Two Builders: Award Winning Lovebaum CycleCrooss Bike: “Chad Lovings and Bryce Baumann’s LoveBaum cyclocross frame impressed the judges at NAHBS 2015.”

Gear Minded; NAHBS 2015 Best in Show: “Every year we experience new designs that blow us away.”

Q&A with Sacramento Bike Shop – Mike’s Bikes

It is with great pleasure to share the story of one of Sacramento’s most renowned bike shops ard mediathek herunterladen legal. Welcome Mike’s Bikes, supplying the biking community of Sacramento with the widest selection of cycling goods the city has to offer. We got in touch with Dana Martinn of Mike’s Bikes to get to know them a little better! Read below for a little insight on this amazing bike shop.

Tell us about your bike shop? Dana:  Mike’s Bikes of Sacramento is located in the heart of the capital city, and close to some of the best cycling in Northern California. Visit our shop for the widest selection of Specialized, Santa Cruz, Lapierre, Raleigh, and Electra bikes. Whatever terrain, we have the road bike, mountain bike, kids bike, or electric bike for you wlan kostenlosen. If you just need a tune-up, our bike techs have you covered. Check out our calendar of events for group rides in your area.

What’s your favorite bike ride/trail in the area? Dana: We lead a spirited ride along South River Road and back up Jefferson that starts and finishes at Mike’s Bikes of Sacramento beginning in April and running through August. We also have other group rides we love. Check out our Group Ride Directory on

How did you find an interest in bikes? Dana: Mike’s Bikes was founded in 1964 as one of Marin County’s very first Schwinn shops ios 11.3 herunterladen. It is rumored that our store in San Rafael was home to some of the first mountain bikes in the country. Cycling has changed dramatically as the decades have rolled by, but Mike’s Bikes has never wavered from our total dedication to the sport.

Today, Mike’s Bikes is a growing family of local bike shops, all with a singular purpose – to get as many people on bikes as possible. We locally own and operate twelve wildly successful stores in Petaluma, San Rafael, Sausalito, San Francisco, Berkeley, Palo Alto, Los Gatos, Sacramento, Walnut Creek, and our newest stores in Folsom! Our professional staff of over 250 cycling enthusiasts will ensure that your experiences both in the store and on your bike are the best they can be.

Sacramento Area Bicycle Advocates

At NAHBS, we know it is the bike advocates in each city that bring the biking community together, uniting individuals as one through their common interest, and pursuing to keep interest alive and available for everyone whatsapp profilfotoen. Thankfully, the good people at Sacramento Area Bicycle Advocates (SABA) work everyday to make active transportation available for all. Read below to discover SABA’s mission, vision and goals to continue to keep Sacramento the bicycle friendly city that it is.

Mission: We seek to improve the quality of life in the Sacramento region by enabling more residents to make more and safer trips by bicycle.

Vision: We envision a region where the streets and roads are public places accessible by all modes of transportation and where residents feel empowered to choose bicycling when it suits their needs.

Goals: We are not alone in seeking the benefits of a community that supports active transportation options for everyone sims 4 spielen kostenlos herunterladen. We must have transportation infrastructure designed and operated so that any bike-rider can get to any destination safely and conveniently at any time.

We are dedicated to advocating on behalf of bicycling for as long as it takes to accomplish our goals.

Thank you SABA for all that you do for the biking community!


Check out the following briefs on a few exhibitors who have already registered for NAHBS 2016. We’re hoping this information will give you some ideas for what you might like to cover around the 2016 show. We’ll have more detailed information headed your way as the show gets closer, so stay tuned herunterladen!

Clay Ellison: Cysco Cycles

Cysco Cycles is a family owned and operated business. We hand build custom titanium bicycles one frame at a time, with 100% American made titanium just outside of Chattanoo
ga Tennessee. We build each bike tailored to the riders need, fit, and riding style.  Together we can build a bicycle that you will love to ride time and time again.Give us a call to discuss any ideals or questions on your next custom bike.

Jason Quade:  Abbey Bike Tools

The mission at Abbey Bike Tools is simple, build the best quality bicycle tools on the market android apps without a google account. When Jeff Crombie called me in the winter of 2011 about making a custom lock ring tool the result was a little crude but highly effective. When it came time to put that tool into production it was worthy of being called “an heirloom tool” by one magazine writer and “my new favorite tool” by another. That level of quality and innovation is what Abbey is all about. Putting the Crombie into production was an eye opener for me. I’m constantly thinking about new tools, whittling down billets of steel and aluminum to make prototypes and talking shop to keep my finger on the pulse of what the rest of you are after.

Curtis Inglis:  Inglis Cycles

I started building bicycles in 1993. Retrotec bike’s are modern geometry cruisers that can be ridden for fun or racing, in the dirt or on the pavement bus simulator 18 herunterladen. I started making traditional straight tube frames in 1996 under Inglis Cycles. With both types of frames, I can offer customers just about anything they would want. Thank you for your interest in my bikes.

– Curtis


We are pleased to announce NAHBS 2016 will be held at the Sacramento Convention Center in Sacramento, California. The Sacramento Convention Center is located across the street from the State Capitol and just 15 minutes from the the Sacramento International Airport.  



The Sheraton Grand Sacramento Hotel, a contemporary hotel in the heart of California’s capital city, welcomes NAHBS to Sacramento February 2016 kalender 2020en excel! Make sure to reserve a room early on. Group rates will be available until January 22, 2016.




Established in 2005, the North American Handmade Bicycle Show is the largest and most widely accessible destination for frame builders to share their passion with cycling enthusiasts and supporters. It aims to be a meeting point – both online and in person- for frame builders and consumers looking for custom-made bikes, for the sharing of ideas, and the promotion of a special industry with a rich history dating back to 1819. NAHBS moves from city to city each year. For more information on the 2016 show, please visit

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Don Walker

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