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SF Bike Expo in 150 Words and 15 Photos

13 Nov

It’s not Interbike or the North American Handmade Bike Show, but for the average Joe or Jane Biker the SF Bike Expo is the next best thing. A chance to see new products from smaller, often local, manufacturers, ogle bikes from custom builders and score some good deals on gear, as well as gently and not so gently used bikes and components. Oh, and a bike fashion show from Pedal Savvy. What’s not to love?

Dick and I hooked our biggest panniers on our touring bikes and headed up to the show on Caltrain, checked out the goods, bought a few things and rode a flat 35 miles home through the industrial spine of the San Francisco Peninsula. After pushing the pace to beat the sunset, we arrived home just as the last light faded from the horizon. If only we had bought those cool mini lights from Bookman we wouldn’t have had to hurry.

What’s your favorite new bike product? Bonus points if it’s from a small-scale manufacturer.

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