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Friday, February 26, 2016

If you’re a serious custom bike aficionado, the annual North American Handmade Bike Show {NAHBS} in Sacramento is the place to be. For those fans who couldn’t make it to the show, we’ve put together a collection of SRAM road, gravel, and ‘cross bike build photos that will either get you on the phone to your local framebuilder or on craigslist looking for welding gear.

333 Fabrication brought this titanium cross bike outfitted with our new Apex 1 HRD 1x11 groupset.

Mosaic brought not one, but two SRAM RED eTap bikes to the show. One bare titanium race bike with Zipp 404 NSW wheels and one green steel bike made for all day adventures.

Mark DiNucci brought this lovely lugged steel eTap equipped bike made for Red Kite Prayer's editor, Patrick Brady. 

Titanium master Kent Eriksen built this eTap and Zipp 202 equipped road bike for the show.

Rob English fabricated a sleek steel/carbon hybrid gravel eTap race bike for the show that turned a lot of heads.English also showed off this stunningly vivid eTap road bike.

Adam Sklar had a burly 1x 'cross bike with HydroR brakes on display that's made to handle gravel roads and singletrack equally well.

At Black Cat, builder Todd Ingermanson had a simple, elegant, classic road frame on display featuring SRAM RED mechanical with HydroR brakes.

Boo brought this 1x HRD equipped gravel machine made from bamboo joined together with carbon fiber.

Known for his exquisite lug work and fillet brazed frames, Steve Rex had this beautiful bilam lugged road bike on display outfitted with SRAM RED mechanical.

At the Lov Bikes booth they had this characteristically brightly colored steel/carbon hybrid 'cross frame outfitted with SRAM RED eTap.

Shamrock Cycles had two beautiful steel SRAM equipped machines on display. A 'cross bike with Force 1 HRD and a race bike with eTap and Zipp 404 NSW wheels.

Emily Kachorek of Squid bikes had her personal aluminum singlespeed race bike on display at the Ventana booth. This is an example of one of her wild "rattle can" paint jobs that Squid owners are fond of applying themselves.

Carl Strong had this sleek eTap equipped titanium disc brake road bike at his booth that showed off his decades of experience with a welding torch.Craig Calfee built this carbon lugged soft-tail Manta-Pro eTap bike.

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