First time at NAHBS, moved to SLC a few months back for work and NAHBS also moved to SLC. Perfect.
FSA WE, sorta ugly...
Surprisingly, Werking came from Italy.
Lightweight Urgestalt Disc. Sub 800g without hardware, 850g with. 340g fork uncut. 100x12 TA front, 142x12 TA rear, slight geo changes (fork rake, CS length, I think same stack?), D shaped post is now 27.2mm.
Gravel suspension fork from Fox... Not sure why this exists...
Velocolour came from Canada.
The lines are the raw Ti underneath and are all hand masked. Crazy.
This is definitely not Karsten's Stinner.
Full Berk cockpit on a steel bike! Forgot to take pics of the SRP front end.
Cherubim looks gaudy in this photo, but its pretty nice.
Argonaut cut a bike in half.
Thomson has 25mm setback posts and the Masterpiece C! The Masterpiece C will have Ti hardware as stock, and the clamp mechanism is injection molded carbon. 330mm and 410mm lengths only. The 25mm setback Masterpiece will use the same carbon shaft and light bits as the straight Masterpiece C.
Chris King has new hub and headset finishes. The R45/D have black anodized hubshells and axles, which is cool. You can buy them separately but they're gonna be expensive.
Appleman's donut bike. Also him in the back eating a sandwich. White Industries headset bling, ENVE barstem.
Nice welds on a Mosaic.
Sean's Stinner with the new MOPEs, Jone's Wheelworks was in the same booth but they were busy so I didn't ask anything. :/
LOW Road with cool ass finish.
White Industries headsets! Straight internal, 34mm 1 1/8" external cup, 44mm tapered, 44mm straight steerer with a step down crown race (hes planning an internal cup 44mm though), and 44-49mm tapered.
Interesting design here, forgot his name. Three bearings in the headset, two in normal position and one on top of the stem.
And Kevin with Cryptic with a light ass frame thats to be tested to failure after the show.