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National Handmade Bike Show: Nice Lugs

What can I say, I have a thing for lugged bikes with distinctive head badges. Click the thumbnails for high res photos. To fully appreciate these babies, you need to get in close.

 
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Posted by on February 26, 2011 in Bike Gallery

 

National Handmade Bike Show 2011

Handmade with pride by master craftsmen, with details that make the difference. Dick and I traveled all the way to Austin to check out bikes built by master craftsmen at the NAHBS.

We ogled and gawked and I did my best to capture their beauty with my trusty iPhone 4. Take a look below. If you like what you see, get an even closer look at a gallery of nice lugs from this show.

Click on the thumbnails for high res photos. To fully appreciate these babies, you need to get in close.

 
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Posted by on February 25, 2011 in Bike Gallery

 
 
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