BICYCLE SHOW!

The show will focus on classic lightweight bicycles; road, track, randonneur, city, touring and time trial models, all dating from 1983 & earlier ("The Golden Era")...

AND
what we call
"Keeper of the Flame" bicycles which have been made using time honored techniques of brazing and lug construction. We are proud to host contemporary custom bicycle makers from all around the USA who are leading a new wave of fine craftsmanship in our society.

See the floor plan for the Lewis Rec Center

This year's theme for the Lightweight Vintage bikes will be:

(This just means we will have a special section to illustrate this feature. All other bikes are welcome!)

  How to enter your bicycles:
- Please note the types of bikes that are appropriate. If unsure, please contact the event director.
- Bikes will be registered by volunteer staff, starting as early as Thursday and continuing until Sunday morning. Please have your bikes in the recreation center by 8:30 AM Sunday, May 20th.
- All bikes MUST have stable display stand. (bikes with out stand or with unstable stands will not be accepted.)
- Signage on show bikes is limited to the official Show Placard supplied at check in.

- Event staff will position all bikes in the main hall.
- Show bikes that are also posted For Sale are subject to a Swap Meet fee of $25@.
- Please, no removal of bikes before 3:30 PM.
- Bike Show awards will presented at 2 PM in the main hall.
- Bicycle owners may exclude their bikes from judging by adding  an X beneath number.

A partial view of how the bike show sets up...

It can be quite crowded!
 
 
 Workmanship of another era!

A very special Masi detail...

 

These bike stands are available for purchase & pick up at the show.
Made in the Furniture Capital of the World, nearby High Point, NC, of wood veneer panels and steel loops to hold the wheel. The wood patterns and grains vary. Disassembles for easy transport. Order HERE

  
Updated 11.6.2017            Organized by the Greensboro Velo Club         Back to Classic Rendezvous front page