Category Archive: Seattle Bike Expo

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Detail of gears on Bianchi at 2007 Seattle bike show

Four speeds is all you get on this 1949 Bianchi displayed at the 2007 Seattle International Bicycle Show. More about development of derailleurs.

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Classic bike at 2007 Seattle bike show

F.H. Grubb manufactured this bicycle in England in the 1930s. The company was known for lightweight racing and touring frames. Just one of about two dozen classic bicycles on display at the 2007 Seattle International Bike Expo.


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Virtual sprint at 2007 Seattle bike expo

Spinning like crazy, two guys at the 2007 Seattle International Bike Expo go head-to-head in a virtual track sprint.


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Spare spokes mounted on Novara at Seattle bike expo

REI has added some interesting details to its Novara Randonee. For instance, it comes with a rear rack, as well as two mounted spare spokes.


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Ready for randoneurring at 2007 Seattle Bike Show

Here's a Davidson Handbuilt Bicycle all tricked out for randoneurring at the 2007 Seattle International Bicycle Expo. The Seattle-based bike builder has more than 30 years in business.


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Co-Motion Americano at 2007 Seattle bike expo

One of the touring bikes getting a lot of attention at the 2007 Seattle International Bike Expo was this Co-Motion Americano, painted in tomato red. Based in Eugene, Oregon, Co-Motion primarily makes road, touring and racing bikes, as well as tandems. Many models come in a “co-pilot” style, that features frame couplings for shipping or public transit.


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Joe Kurmaskie getting laughs at 2007 Seattle bike show

Author and humorist Joe Kurmaskie — known popularly as the Metal Cowboy — entertained cycling fans at the 2007 Seattle International Bike Expo. He talked about his latest adventure, taking his two young sons on a cross-country bicycle trip. The boys rode on a trailer-bike and a trailer, completing a 14-foot rig that Kurmaskie piloted. The tour is the subject of his latest book, “Momentum is Your Friend.”

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Big crowd for Frankie Andreu at 2007 Seattle bike show

All the seats were filled and cycling fans lined the aisles for Frankie Andreu at the 2007 Seattle International Bicycle Expo. He said he was still on the fence regarding the Floyd Landis case.


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Speaker Frankie Andreu listens at 2007 Seattle bike expo

Versus cycling commentator and former pro Frankie Andreu talks to fans after speaking at the Seattle International Bicycle Expo. He gave a behind-the-scenes look at Tour de France. Andreu, a 20-year pro, rode inthe Tour nine times.


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