Riders Enjoying Themselves
Enthusiasts demonstrate that they enjoy learning about Iride bicycles.
Urban Bicycle Contest
best of the bicycle show
Can you spot the Iride?
Enigmatic graphics from 1919 inspire photography
documentation for later study
We love to see fans photographing details of Iride bicycles.
Hot single speed Monello
Here is a nice view of the excellent single speed. And above our sign, is the proprietor of next door neighbor Geekhouse bicycles, Marty Walsh's head.
Experienced riders study the details
more to learn, the closer you look
Smart riders learn good things examining Iride bikes.
Photographer and beautiful model
the muse relationship
An experienced photographer balances beer while keeping an eye on beauty.
The graphics of 1919
era of an explosion of new devices
The graphic design of the day, when Iride was founded, has a certain integrity. Enigmatically difficult to read, it is in Italian. Now, is it post modernism or nostalgia?
Behind the scenes, secret photo of best bicycle judging
choosing the award winning bicycle
Here is a spy photo of the judging for the best fixed gear track bike at NAHBS. Can you spot the Iride Bici Pista?
Craig Calfee represents
top carbon bikes at the show
Beautiful Calfee carbon fiber bikes are fantastic.
Good looking Charlotte
hey, not bad
Downtown Charlotte, North Carolina is a rather civilized city. We also explored North Davidson, and the Bechtler Art Museum.
Excellent Italian steel bicycle frame
Another great Italian steel bicycle maker, Casati, was on offer at the show.
Pondering Iride Single Speed
north american handmade bicycle show
The people of Charlotte imagine themselves riding the top shelf bicycles on display at the Handmade Bicycle Show. And then many do.