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More countries than ever to be represented at NAHBS

Published November 13, 2015

SACRAMENTO, Calif. (BRAIN) — Organizers say they have registered exhibitors from more countries than ever for next year's North American Handmade Bicycle Show, which will be held here Feb. 26-28.

For the first time, exhibitors from Russia and Lithuania are expected to attend the show, along with bike makers from North America, the U.K., Germany, Italy, the Netherlands, Ukraine, Australia, and Japan.

The Russian exhibitor is Triton, which makes titanium frames and components in Moscow. They'll join Tim Crossman Composites from Lithuania, a company that makes handmade carbon fiber tubes, frames, and full bikes, along with many other products, including drones and marine products.

"We usually get a great turnout from international brands, and we've become a model of this type of show around the world," said Don Walker, the founder and president of NAHBS. "We're especially fortunate to have brands from so far away as Russia and Lithuania this year! It's another sign that consumers all over the world appreciate the artistry, technological expertise, durability and craftsmanship that go into all these frames and bikes."

This will be the 12th annual NAHBS show. More information:


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