2017 NAHBS bike show winners

A gallery of winners from the handmade bike show

Event

The gathering of the finest handmade bikes in the land concluded yesterday with over 180 exhibitors showing off their wares in Salt Lake City, Utah. Awards were handed out in three categories of Riding Discipline, Construction, and Overall Design.

Riding Discipline Division

Fully complete bikes, paint and component choices factor into the judging (aesthetic impact and correctness of the discipline)

Best City Bike/ Utility Bike – Shamrock Cycles
Shamrock NAHBS 2017 Awards

Shamrock Cycles NAHBS 2017.

Best Road bike – David Kirk
Kirk NAHBS 2017 Awards

David Kirk NAHBS 2017.

Best Mountain Bike – Sklar
Sklar NAHBS 2017 Awards

Sklar NAHBS 2017.

Best Cyclocross Bike – Donhue
Donhou NAHBS 2017 Awards

Donhue NAHBS 2017.

Best Gravel Bike – Mosaic Cycles
Mosaic Cycles NAHBS 2017 Awards

Mosaic Cycles NAHBS 2017.

Best Track Bike – LOW
LOW NAHBS 2017 Awards

LOW NAHBS 2017.

Best Tandem Bike – Santana
Santana NAHBS 2017 Awards

Santana NAHBS 2017.

Best Experimental Bike – Rock West Composites
Rock West Composites NAHBS 2017 Awards

Rock West Composites NAHBS 2017.

Best Artisan Bike – Black Sheep
Black Sheep NAHBS 2017 Awards

Black Sheep NAHBS 2017.

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