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frontrangegravel

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Any intel on this 44 Bikes rig? From the 44 FB Page.
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mtb_frk

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They look nice. First I heard of them was today though. So I am interested also.
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Hi fellas - saw the mention on twitter so thought I'd join in on the discussion.  If you have any questions feel free to ask.  Here's a few pics to get us started from two of the latest that have left the doors here at 44HQ:


 

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mtb_frk

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I started reading through the smoked out thread of yours on vsalon. I haven't made it to the end yet though. Your bikes look really nice. Have you done any stainless steel frames?
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If they were called forty two I'd be in!

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bobknh

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Hi All - Kris Henry - is a neighbor of mine. I live in the next town down the road. Not only does Kris build outstanding custom frames and bikes, he is a great supporter of local gravel and mountain biking, and contributes a lot of his personal time to advancing cycling in our community. Although I don't own one of his beauties yet; I've met several owners of 44 Cycles gravel and all purpose bikes on local NH rides and events. His bikes are truly drool worthy; and their owners have only very high praise for his work. If you are looking for a custom frame, built with the best materials, and designed and personally tested by the builder look no further. Hand built custom frames are expensive. But, Kris's bikes and frames are very competitively priced compared to other custom builders. If I were shopping for a custom GG or Mountain Bike, 44 Bikes would definitely be my first choice. Here is a link to Kris's web site: http://www.44bikes.com .
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