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NAHBS Partners with TPC, Trade-UP

NAHBS ANNOUNCES MEDIA PARTNERS, SPONSORS, & INTERNATIONAL BUILDERS

The 13th edition of NAHBS boasts the largest number of sponsors, media partners, and international builders ever.
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SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH – North American Handmade Bicycle Show announces sponsors, media partners, and international exhibitors. This year’s show marks the largest number of sponsors, media, and international builders to participate in the show.

In terms of show logistics, NAHBS has partnerships with The Pro’s Closet, Professional Bicycle Mechanics Association (PMBA) and Bike Flights. The Pro’s Closet will feature a selection of bikes from their museum, which will spotlight an incredible mix of iconic American made road and mountain bikes. Additionally, The Pro’s Closet’s Trade-UP program has automatically enrolled all NAHBS builders, which allows consumers to trade in their used bicycle before the show, and receive a voucher to use towards a deposit on a new custom bike from any builder exhibiting in this year.

PBMA will be on hand exhibiting, as well as before and after to help builders assemble and break down their show bikes. NAHBS has also secured a local media partner with KRCL in Salt Lake, producing on-air content supporting builders, the show, and local sponsors. BikeFlights is the official logistics partner for the show, offering exhibitors streamlined shipping.

Sponsors: Shimano, Enve (UT), Campagnolo, HED, Columbus Bicycle Tubing, and Reynolds (UT).

Media Partners: Bicycling Magazine, Road Bike Action, Bike Magazine, Dirt Rag, Bicycle Times and KRCL Radio in Salt Lake City.

Countries Represented: Japan, Korea, Italy, Germany, Singapore, Russia, United Kingdom, Ireland, Canada, and USA.

About NAHBS: The largest and oldest handbuilt bicycle show in the world. We are a space for the sharing of ideas and innovation, promoting custom bicycles and the companies that support the frame builder market. NAHBS keeps itself fresh by traveling to a different city with over 175 vendors that make the trip each year.

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