Stacey, Otto, Delilah & I made our way through a brutal onslaught of deranged drivers and a several mile long bumper to bumper bummer to get to the North American Bicycle Show. This is my second NAHBS and I am STOKED!
The ride was essentially smooth because our little guy, Otto, was either smiling or sleeping throughout the trip and save the several psychotic drivers and the traffic jam that surely delayed many other southern NAHBS attendees, the drive was uneventful.
For continued NAHBS coverage, that is if you are reading this and not in RVA, I suggest you do the following:
How many time does it take to make it a tradition?
I know it won’t be my last and certainly know it will be the best yet.
From the NAHBS site:
The 2010 North American Handmade Bicycle Show will be held at the Greater Richmond Convention Center in Richmond, Virgina, February 26-28. We’re expecting a great showing from the handmade community for our first show on the East Coast! Exhibitor registration is off to a great start, with builders like Crumpton, Richard Sachs, Vanilla, and Independent Fabrications already commited. The ever-growing list is available here.
Public access will be from 10AM to 6 PM Friday and Saturday, with 9 AM until 10 AM on those days restricted to Industry and Media. Sunday will be from 10 AM until 5 PM for all attendees.
Rapha is returning as exhibitors to the North American Handmade Bicycle Show happening in Richmond, Virginia February 26th – 28th. The new spring product will be on display, and we will have a wide mix of the range available for sale, including the latest edition of Rouleur, the new Photo Annual and fortune-willing, the new Country Jerseys.
Looking forward to NAHBS 2010 in RVA exponentially and this is yet another perk.