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Monthly Archives: January 2012

  • Back together again

    Checking a few tid bits before I finalize the seat stays. Back together again, originally uploaded by 44 Bikes.

  • Vented

    Via Flickr: www.44bikes.com It was warm enough today to get out to the shop. Worked on venting the head tube, dropouts and bottom bracket. More soon. Vented, originally uploaded by 44 Bikes.

  • SNOW

    Short but sweet ride in the snow today… SNOW, originally uploaded by 44 Bikes.

  • From the Archive: Mtn. Bike Mag – Dec/Jan 2000

    A long time ago in a galaxy far, far away. I was interning at Bicycling Magazine under my now good friend Chris Neyen who was at the time, the Graphic Designer at Bicycling. I met him on the trail of all places on South Mtn. one afternoon. One thing led to another during conversation and …

  • From the Archive: Hub Making

    Just another reason why I want a lathe more each and every day. Nothing beats making your own parts, (and in this case) lacing them up and riding them. Machining a hub shell manually on a SB Heavy 10 with 4 jaw chuck. RISD I.D. Metal Shop ruled… From the Archive: Hub Making, originally uploaded …

  • Log Ridery

    Log Ridery a video by 44 Bikes on Flickr. Deep New England woods log ride. Short but fun.

  • Featured Shop @ The Garage Journal

    As I was doing research for my shop build, specifically insulation if I recall, when I came across this wonderful site: The Garage Journal. It’s a website dedicated to garages that have been turned into shop spaces. To be read: Man Caves. Some are just that, others are custom speed shops and others are home …

  • 2011 :: A year in Review

    Put 2011 in the books. Looking back it’s been quite a “ride” indeed. Lots of riding, even more hammering nails, making chips, cutting tubes, and beyond. I was looking for an image for some design related work earlier this week and stumbled on this one: I had to laugh. That was last fall. Here she …

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