I have not yet found time to look through all the pictures from the North American Handmade Bike Show, but based on what I have seen so far, there is a lot of good coverage out there. The NAHBS website is a great place to start, with photo galleries broken down into a few different broad categories of bike types.
UrbanVelo is another great source for coverage of the show. This shot of a kid’s bike, made by Keith Anderson, is one of the many great photos taken by UrbanVelo’s Brad Quartuccio. Click through to the links from each day’s coverage here to see more really nice bike photography from Brad.
MTBR.com has the show daily from Saturday posted. They also have coverage of the category award winners and a review of day two. There is probably more on the site that I missed, but those are the articles I noticed at first glance.
The two Johns, from the Two Johns Podcast, held a Q&A session a few days before the show with Kent Eriksen, Mark Nobilette, and Peter Weigle. All three of those guys have been building frames for a long time and are very well respected for their craft, so I thought it was pretty interesting to hear them answer basic questions in an informal setting. Listen here if you haven’t already heard the podcast.
As I mentioned, these are just a few sites that I have seen so far. This should by no means be considered an exhaustive list of links to NAHBS coverage. If any of you have additional links to share, or if you want to mention specific bikes from the show, feel free to leave that info in the comments.