Nahbs Booth # 537

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Radsport USA is the North American home for Syntace, Liteville, SQlab, Trickstuff and Level Nine. Come visit our booth (#537) ay NAHBS and check our our premium products for Mountain Bike, Road, Touring, Commuting, Comfort and pretty much every other type of bicycle. You’ll see unparalleled performance, innovative and exclusive designs, quality manufacturing and competitive pricing in all the products we offer! We'll also be conducting free saddle and insole fits at the booth utilizing the SQlab Fit System.

The first ever North American Handmade Bicycle Show was held the weekend of January 15th 2005 in the city of Houston, Texas, at the Sheraton Houston Brookhollow. There were 23 exhibitors and 700 attendees. This was a milestone event that brought together some of North America’s finest handmade bicycle frame builders. Established names such as: Richard Sachs, Darren Crisp, Craig Calfee, Don Ferris of Anvil Bicycles exhibited, as did rising stars such as Sacha White of Vanilla, Nick Crumpton and Mike DeSalvo. Many others were on hand at the event to display their craft. The mission of the 1st annual North American Handmade Bicycle Show (NAHBS) was a simple one: Showcase the talents and share ideas among the best builders of handmade bicycle frames in the world. The show was all about handmade bicycles and the people who make them. The industry contains a wide variety of builders from all walks of life, but they all have one thing in common: they all make bicycle frames by hand. The event was not only intended to serve as a forum for builders to meet and share ideas, but also to showcase North America’s finest builders. The gathering provided to potential customers the opportunity to speak with a wide array of the top bicycle frame builders in North America. In addition, several of builders gave seminars about their methods and answered questions regarding their experiences in crafting a bicycle from scratch. The intention of these fun and enlightening seminars was for amateur and young professional bicycle frame builders to learn more about the craft of bicycle building so that they could reach higher levels of artistry and quality. Exhibitors: 23 Attendees: 700
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