March 11, 2019 — NAHBS 2019 will be hosted at the Sacramento, California Convention Center March 15-17, 2019.
This will be the third time in NAHBS history that it is in Sacramento. “While hosting NAHBS in the Northeast (in 2018) was a huge success, we’re looking forward to getting back to Sacramento and working with our vast exhibitor base in the Western region,” says Walker. ”We’re very excited to be integrating some new components to the show, which we’ll be announcing in the coming months. The evolution of NAHBS is just beginning.” The consumer show showcases handbuilt bicycles and accessories. The NAHBS show was in Salt Lake City, Utah in 2017. Frame and parts builders from around the globe exhibit at the show, along with bike enthusiasts come together for three days each year to celebrate the bicycle. The bicycles exhibited are made from everything from steel to wood, titanium to handmolded carbon fiber.
Over 180 exhibitors have signed up for NAHBS 2019, including a large contingent of international exhibitors hailing from Australia, Canada, England, Germany, Italy, Ireland, Japan, Russia, and Taiwan. This year marks the show’s 15 year anniversary and it's the third time in NAHBS history that its being held in Sacramento. Historically, Sacramento has always been one of NAHBS’ strongest locations.
Online tickets are available by visiting this link, with early-bird pricing in effect until March 13th. 2019 NAHBS sponsors include Blacksmith Cycle, Boyd Cycling, Campagnolo, Columbus, Enigma Bicycle Works, Full Speed Ahead, HED Cycling, Mavic, Selle Anatomica, Shimano, Silca, and Titanium Joe.
Information on the 2019 show is below: February 15-17 — North American Handmade Bicycle Show NAHBS, Sacramento, CA, 14th annual, NAHBS showcases the talents of individuals around the world whose art form is the bicycle. It aims to be a meeting point both online and in person for frame builders and cycling enthusiasts looking for custom- made bikes, for the sharing of ideas, and the promotion of a special industry with a rich history dating back to 1819, Don Walker, 502-265-1122, [email protected], nahbs.com