2015 NAHBS – March 6-8 - The Kentucky International Convention Center
University of the Fraser Valley

Learn the art of steel frame building in our 2 week course from the man that helped get it all started on the West Coast, Paul Brodie.

Paul Brodie became well known for more that 4000 bicycle frames that his company Brodie Research Technology Inc., produced.  Paul now teaches those same frame building skills at the University of the Fraser Valley.

Come have the experience of a lifetime, designing and building your own bike frame with legendary Paul Brodie. Our school is located in Canada very close to Vancouver, British Columbia.

Paul Brodie’s City Bike:

“Frame #4265″ refers to the four thousand, two hundred and sixty five frames that Paul has built over the years. Ask him if there’s any vacancies left in his UFV Framebuilidng 101 course

Our Framebuilding 101 course is held at the University of the Fraser Valley located just outside of Vancouver, British Columbia in Canada.  Like us at www.facebook.com/Framebuilding101?

Award Entries:
Brodie City Bike 2015 (Entry for: Best city bike/ Utility bike):
I made my first frame when I was 12, so I have been working with metal for 48 years. In bicycles, this is frame #4265. This will be my personal bike. It is fillet brazed with a bi-laminate head tube. I wanted it to be classy, but not "over the top". My bike has a 14 speed Rohloff rear hub, and big Hope disc brakes! I hope you like it :)