All things bicycle on display at the Seattle Bike Show

All things bicycle on display at the Seattle Bike Show

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Thousands of local bicycle enthusiasts and industry folks flocked to the Seattle Bike Show like spokes to a hub last weekend. 

The annual event at Century Link Field Event Center in Seattle featured about 125 exhibitors, a beer garden, a pump track, inspiring speakers and more.

Exhibitors ranged from international bike brands to small manufacturers showing off garage-built components. Tourism bureaus as far flung as Okanagan, B.C., and Eugene, Oregon joined the party.

If you were not one of the estimated 18,000 people who cruised through the event last weekend, check out a quick sample of the action.

Vendor booths at the 2016 Seattle Bike Show.
About 125 companies and organizations exhibited at the show.
Electric assist cargo bike by Rad Power Bikes.
Electric assist cargo bike by Rad Power Bikes – built for schlepping stuff.
Cyclocross bike by Portland Titanium - built for speed.
Cyclocross bike by Portland Titanium – built for speed.
The event featured a strong contingent of small Portland manufacturers. North St. Bags designs, builds and tests their bags in Portland.
The event featured a strong contingent of small Portland manufacturers. North St. Bags designs, builds and tests their bags in Portland.
The bike show included much more than booths. Riders raced around the pump track in the middle of the event center
The bike show included much more than booths. Riders raced around the pump track in the middle of the event center.
Art from recycled bicycle parts.
Art from recycled bicycle parts.
Bandbox, a New Jersey-based company, makes these helmet covers for the fashion conscious.
Bandbox, a New Jersey-based company, makes these helmet covers for the fashion conscious.
Whatcom County's own Canfield Brothers and Recon Rack Co. teamed up on a booth. Here's Recon's rack, which can carry six bikes and trail tools.
Whatcom County’s own Canfield Brothers and Recon Rack Co. teamed up on a booth. Here’s Recon’s rack, which can carry six bikes and trail tools.