Albert Eisentraut

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Albert Eisentraut of Oakland, California (USA),[1] is an artist whose medium is bicycle frames. He has been building handmade bikes since 1959. Additionally, he has trained many better known custom builders through his classes he gave 1973-1992. [2] His notable students include Bruce Gordon[disambiguation needed], Joe Breeze, Skip Hujsak, Mark Nobilette, and Bill Stevenson[disambiguation needed].

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  1. ^ Nancy Davis Kho (2008-07-08). "Cyclists favor handmade frames". San Francisco Chronicler. 
  2. ^ Matt Smith (1998-06-24). "Art on Two Wheels". San Francisco Weekly. 

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