North American Handmade Bike Show

North American Handmade Bike Show

North American Handmade Bicycle Show

North American Handmade Bike Show

I’m Ed Smith, a Folsom Bicycle Accident Lawyer. The annual North American Handmade Bicycle Show (NAHBS) is coming to town. The 2016 event will be presented at the Sacramento Convention Center. The date of the event is: February 26, 27 and 28.

History of the Show

The North American Handmade Bike Show was founded in 2005. This event is the grandest and most accessible location for bicycle frame builders to come together. It’s a place to show off their most amazing creations. Enthusiasts and builders meet to share their passion for bikes. The organization has many supporters.

What May I Expect?

This is a meeting point for in-person and online frame builders and consumers who are interested in custom-made bicycles. This event allows for mutual sharing of ideas associated with the common interest in cycling. It encourages and promotes handmade custom bicycle frames. This is a specialized industry. One with a rich history going all the way back to 1819. The NAHBS travels from city to city on an annual basis. This year it visits Sacramento!

Hope to See You at the North American Handmade Bike Show

Sacramento Convention Center

1400 J St

Sacramento, California

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