Monthly ArchivesJuly 2015

FAB 5 FRIDAYS standard

03082 Playlist : Psychedelic Furs Kid Dangerous on Deck. Not to be Messed with. Editor’s Note: In the past, I’ve posted every Friday at V-Salon in the “Friday Night Lights” subforum consistently for over 3 years. After much thought and inner dialog, I’ve decided to pull that weekly content here: FAB 5 Fridays lives on but right here where it belongs at 44HQ. I’ll occasionally post in FNL in the future when I have something extra-ordinary, but for the most part, if you want to see my work, you’ll have to come here for exclusive content. Of course, you can always follow me on Instagram (instagram.com/44bikes), and you can see what I’m up to via Flickr for big man sized ...

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Sick 6 Saturdays : Julie’s Huntsman 1×11 standard

Julie was kind enough to return her Huntsman I finished for her earlier this winter as a frame and fork set so I could get nice shots of the complete build in the studio. Paint work was done by Jay Nutini. Force 1 drivetrain, Absolute Black 38t Chainring, Force 1 Hydro levers/disc brakes, ENVE CX fork with hook ups for ENVE rims mated to Chris King i45 hubs in their limited edition Sour Apple Green. Jay matched the paint work to the Sour Apple green. King Inset 7 headset as well as King bottom bracket. Thomson Post, collar, stem and bars. Clement 40mm tires keeps this build rolling smoothly. Shimano XT pedals for the win. Enjoy it Julie and thanks ...

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The Need to Ride standard

I was out on a ride the other night. Nothing new there. I ride as much as I can. Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday Saturday and Sunday are almost always reserved for a ride. Sometimes short.. well, most days on the shorter side and some longer days thrown in there when time permits. Monday’s and Thursday’s are dedicated to the weight room for strength training. That’s been like that since the fall of 1990. I was a freshman in High School, coming out of a Junior Varsity Football season and the biggest lesson I learned was that if I wanted to be a Varsity letterman, and be competitive on the field, I HAD to be in the gym and building strength to ...

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44 X WTB Vigilante 2.3″ TCS Light · Initial Thoughts standard

With the summer comes varied weather. It’s been relatively dry so far this summer however we have been getting good amounts of rain when it does decide to precipitate. New Hampshire has a nice mix of hard pack. It also sports quite a bit of trail on the loamy side due to all the Hemlocks and assortment of Pine’s. There is no lack of rocks, roots and obstacles… man made in the shape of a never ending network of rock walls in addition to what Mother Nature provides. To say we have a variety of mixed terrain I’d suppose is accurate. It is on the technical side and consistently so. I find myself riding in other regions of the U.S. ...

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