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1975 Program for the National Bicycle Dealers Ass`n (NBDA) 29th Annual Convention and Bicycle Show
Item# 1975NBDAconvention [1975NBDAconvention]
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 The National Bicycle Dealers Association (NBDA) is an organization of bicycle store owners. In the past years the NBDA organized and promoted a Convention where distributors and manufacturers would display their products and hundreds of bicycle store owners and employees would attend to see the latest items and order merchandise. It was always beneficial to have face-to-face meetings between the customers (dealers) and suppliers (distributors & manufacturers). This is the program for the 29th Annual National Bicycle Show which was held at the Disneyland Hotel in Anaheim, CA for the west, and at the Deauville Hotel in Miami Beach, FL for the east. The image shown here is page-1 the outside front cover. See the picture gallery for samples of a few other pages. This Program is a compilation of many catalogs & brochures supplied by the various exhibitors. This publication is also known as the National Conventioneer Reference Book.

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An alphabetical listing of the exhibitors who displayed at the Florida NBDA Show and their booth numbers


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A brochure containing four models (La Parisienne, St. Tropez, Etoile and Le Gone) of lightweight bikes distributed by North American Tradimpex Corp.


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A brochure for the Kopak Glove Compartment for bicycles. Marketed by Marllo, Inc of Bloomfield Hills, MI. This item was never hugely popular at the IBD level. I have a sample of this item in this collection. See the category BIKE PARTS & ACCESSORIES-CONTEMPORARY.


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A brochure for the book THE MANUAL OF BICYCLE MOTOCROSS by JCI Bicycle Products (founded by John Clark)


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The first page of the Viscount Cycles catalog. The bikes were distributed by Yamaha International Corp at the time.


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The second page of the Viscount Cycles catalog. The bikes were distributed by Yamaha International Corp at the time.


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The first page of the Goodyear Tire brochure for Goodyear's BMX Tires


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The second page of the Goodyear BMX Tire brochure.


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West Coast Cycle's (WCCSC) brochure for NISHIKI Bicycles. The featured bike is the Nishiki Road Compe.


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West Coast Cycle's (WCCSC) brochure for AZUKI Bicycles. The featured bike was produced for WCCSC by Kuwahara.


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West Coast Cycle's (WCCSC) brochure for WINDSOR & MUNDO-CALOI Bicycles. Windsor's were produced by Acer-Mex of Mexico. Mundo-Caloi bikes were produced by Caloi in Brazil.


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The first page of the Gitane 1975 bike catalog. The featured bikes are the men's GYPSY in yellow and the ladies GYPSY in blue.


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The cover page of the Vita Sprint bicycle catalog, distributed by Caroline Imports of Perrysburg, Ohio. These bikes were produced in France.


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The cover of the Miyata bicycle catalog for 1975.


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The front cover of the ACS (American Cycle Systems) catalog


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The front cover of the FUJI Bicycle catalog, No. 4 Edition.


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The front cover of the 1974 Rollfast Bicycle catalog


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The inside front cover of the 1974 Rollfast bicycle catalog with information about the BMA/6 CERTIFIED 'mark of quality' label. This label signified that bikes bearing the label were in accord with requirements specified in the 6th version of the Safety Standards developed by the BMA (Bicycle Manufacturers Association of America).


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The front cover of the Kabuki Bicycle 1975 catalog


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A 2-page spread for the Kabuki Diamond Road model 10-speed. Kabuki bikes were produced by Bridgestone Cycle Industry and distributed in the USA by C. Itoh & Co. of New York.


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The Kabuki Diamond Track model.

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