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  1. General Cycling Discussion
    Editor's Note: This is one of the most engaging articles we've ever published and it's as relevant today as it was when first published in 2012.   So you're about to mosey on over to your local bike shop and drop more coin for your first genuine racing bike than most people pay for an entire...
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    Paul Sadoff of Rock Lobster, talks to us about what he's been working on. Paul shows us his personal cross bike that he took to Nationals last year, a new road bike, and a classic frame built for a former employee. [youtube width="640" height="385"]httpv://
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    Brianna from Ruegamer Sports talks with our very own Kurt about what's new from the Long Beach, California carbon bike builder. [youtube width="640" height="385"]httpv://
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    We talked with Dave Hill owner of builder of Victoria Cycles, named for his wife, about three road bikes he brought to the show. A vintage looking fixed gear, a SRAM Red equipped lugged road racer, and a true city bike for his wife, Victoria. [youtube width="640"...
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    Bill Rider started building frames eight years ago after retiring from a career as a construction materials engineer, wanting to take his love of cycling to another level. He became enamored with lugged steel bicycles after visiting a booth at the Los Angeles Bicycle Expo several years ago...
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    We talk with Mitch Pryor of MAP Bicycles. MAP bicycles specializes in handmade commuting, touring, and randonneuring bicycles. Located in Portland, Oregon, Mitch builds fine handmade steel bicycles one at a time and has learned the craft of framebuilding from master builder and painter Doug...
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    We got to talk with Mark DiNucci at the SDCBS show this year as he was showing off some vintage frames alongside some of his newest frames. Mark is well known in the industry as the original frame builder of some of the most famed Specialized frames such as the Stumpjumper, Rockhopper, and the...
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    Mark Nobilette continues the tradition of European quality craftsmanship combined with U.S. technological materials development and design innovation. Nobilette began building bicycle frames in 1973. A former competitive racer himself, Mark Nobilette is committed to the construction of racing...
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    Bill Holland shows us what he's brought to the San Diego Custom Bicycle Show. He also explains the finer points of the two techniques he uses to build bicycles now. [youtube width="640" height="385"]httpv://
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    Dave Bohm shows us what's new from Bohemian Cycles of Tucson, Arizona. Including a 17 thousand dollar one of a kind bike, that is for sale, if anyone's interested. Dave also goes over a frame building course he offers. [youtube width="640" height="385"]httpv://
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    Stephen Bilenky made the cross country trek to make it out to this years San Diego Custom Bicycle Show, and we're sure glad he did. He brought this beautiful track bike to show off! [youtube width="640" height="385"]httpv://
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    Pierre Chastain of Venice, California builds bikes under the Blaze Bicycle name. He builds everything from lugged classics to smooth filet brazed customs, and is open to building CX bikes next year! Check him out... [youtube width="640" height="385"]httpv://
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    Stan Mavis of Serotta Custom Cycles shows a Ford themed MeiVici, an Ottrott, but most impressive is the PPG wooden MeiVici! [youtube width="640" height="385"]httpv://
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    Mauricio Rebolledo brings to the San Diego Custom Bicycle Show, two of his personal bikes, a track bike and a touring bike, to show off the progression of his skills and style over the years. Classic never goes out of style. [youtube width="640"...
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    Bruce Gordon brings to the San Diego Custom Bicycle Show a one off he built in collaboration with a few fellow industry legends. A beautiful carbon tubed, ti lugged, one of a kind... err, one of two, bike. [youtube width="640" height="385"]httpv://
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    Renold Yip, a builder from Fort Collins, Colorado brings two randonneur/credit card touring bikes to the San Diego Custom Bike Show. He also brings a perfect blend of new and old technology by the way of a classicly styled road bike outfitted with Shimano's electronic Di2 groupset. [youtube...
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    Greg Townsend of Monrovia, California, brings three bikes to the show this year. A customers' fixed gear, a lugged road racer, and an unfinished frame that show's off how beautiful his bikes are before heading off to painter. [youtube width="640"...
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    The 2nd annual San Diego Custom Bicycle Show kicked off today at the Town & Country Resort and Convention Center. We'll be shooting video throughout the weekend, but wanted to get some eye candy up for you as soon as possible! Enjoy! And stay tuned for videos from all of the builders at the...
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    After a successful inaugural year, the San Diego Custom Bicycle Show is back for 2010. Expect to see the best in handmade frames. Lugs, fillet, and tig welded frames will all be on display. Gear from Campagnolo, Speedplay, as well as a vintage bicycle section will round out the experience for...
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    httpv:// When you fist walk into the exhibit hall of the San Diego Custom Bicycle Show, the first builder you're greeted with is legendary builder Bruce Gordon. We were able to wrangle Bruce away from the throngs of fans for a few minutes to talk about his two...
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