Beautiful handbuilt bikes are all about the details. We capture some of the best of the 2018 North American Handmade Bike Show.

NAHBS 2018 details: Chris Cross
Chris Chance brought this hand-painted Chris Cross gravel bike. He soon discovered show visitors either loved or hated. Photo: Bob Kidd Photography
NAHBS 2018 details: T°red
Italian based T°red came prepared for NAHBS 2018 with a wind resistance-defying time trial bike featuring disk rotor covers for safety. Photo: Bob Kidd Photography
NAHBS 2018 details: Ascari
Ascari was a finalist for Best Artisan bicycle. Photo: Bob Kidd Photography
NAHBS 2018 details: Ascari
The details on Helio Ascari’s bike were astounding. Photo: Bob Kidd Photography
NAHBS 2018 details: T°red
T°red also showed off a sub-15-pound steel frame 54cm road bike with beautiful fillet seat stays. Photo: Bob Kidd Photography
NAHBS 2018 details: Black Sheep
Black Sheep bikes had an unconventional folding bike with a front wheel that comes apart by loosening three quick release levers mounted to the large hub. Photo: Bob Kidd Photography
NAHBS 2018 details: Moots
The answer to what’s new at Moots is its newly revised logo, chain stay and top tube graphics. Popular options are the color fade and birches. Photo: Bob Kidd Photography
NAHBS 2018 details: Moots
More of Moots’s subtly beautiful graphics. Photo: Bob Kidd Photography
NAHBS 2018 details: Enigma
Enigma Bicycle Works is not your grandfather’s British cycle builder. They came to NAHBS 2018 with a full complement of beautifully crafted titanium bicycles that showed their London heritage and reflected their forward thinking. Their pride in craftsmanship resulted in the Best Finish award for their stunning Campagnolo equipped candy apple red bike. Photo: Bob Kidd Photography
NAHBS 2018 details: Bjorn
Bjorn Cycles displayed two models of its carbon fiber saddle which is also be manufactured in a padded version for those riders wishing a more plush ride. Photo: Bob Kidd Photography
NAHBS 2018 details: Fat Bike Skis
Brook Scatchard displayed the results of over 15 years of developing a front fork ski system for fat bikes. Photo: Bob Kidd Photography
NAHBS 2018 details: Fat Bike Skis
Scatchard’s mount is compatible with most popular fat bike forks and will keep you riding and smiling when it snows. Photo: Bob Kidd Photography
NAHBS 2018 details: Triton
Triton Bikes won Best Cyclocross Bike with a titanium frame that had Russian flair, straight from Moscow. Photo: Bob Kidd Photography
NAHBS 2018 details: Olivetti
New builder Peter Olivetti, whose grandfather made his name famous for typewriters, was a finalist for best lugged frame. Photo: Bob Kidd Photography
NAHBS 2018 details: Olivetti
Olivetti’s rugged looking mountain bike had a custom frame bag to fit the swooping lines. Photo: Bob Kidd Photography
NAHBS 2018 details: FiftyOne
Michelle Dkstra, OEM relations at SRAM, showed off Conor McGregor’s FiftyOne Cycles bike. Yep, Conor McGregor. Photo: Bob Kidd Photography
NAHBS 2018 details: FiftyOne
This one-of-a-kind bike features stunning gold leaf work and ghost graphics, as well as Dublin pride on the rear chain stay. Photo: Bob Kidd Photography
NAHBS 2018 details: FiftyOne
Any would-be bike thieves would know better than to mess with the UFC champion’s bike. Photo: Bob Kidd Photography
NAHBS 2018 details: Gates and Pinion
Gates Carbon Drive and Pinion were on hand to show off this internal gearbox drivetrain. Photo: Bob Kidd Photography
NAHBS 2018 details: Gates and Pinion
The 18 speed gear boxes are housed in the frame, allowing riders to opt for weather-proof belts instead of chains. Photo: Bob Kidd Photography
NAHBS 2018 details: Gates and Pinion
Salt Air won best City/Utility Bike featuring a Pinion gearbox mounted to the bottom bracket. The future is now. Photo: Bob Kidd Photography