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Bike Check: Fred Cuthbert’s Wolfhound Chubby

I’m the first to admit I haven’t really been following the fat bike trends all that closely. Our local conditions don’t call for it, but there are clearly a lot of folks stoked on rigid bikes with huge tires. If we had snow covering our trails for a good part of the year, perhaps my POV on […]

09.22.2014 wolfhound Read the full story →
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Building up the Wolfhound Retrosled 29″ Mountain Cruiser

It has been a while since I’ve spent time on a hardtail. A few buddies and myself put in a number of rides last winter on the NW Oregon coast rolling fully rigid single speeds, and it was a pretty good time. Sandy trails with short climbs and zero bike maintenance equals lots of fun […]

12.14.2010 Blog Read the full story →

The 29er Project: Update

In my effort to embrace the NW cycling culture, I’m breaking down and (partially) returning to my roots. Not the BMX bike roots, (quite yet, but I’m revisiting that too, in a future post) but the next phase I adopted early in my cycling life, the world of spandex- that is right, I’m talking XC. […]

06.18.2010 wolfhound Read the full story →

Q & A with Wolfhound Cycles: the Retrosled

A short time back, I posted the first pics of the frame Fred Cuthbert from Wolfhound Cycles built for me. It isn’t just your garden variety 29er hardtail mountain bike either. Hidden within the cool retro theme,  is a ton of ridiculously cool stuff going on with this frame. I bugged Fred via email to […]

04.06.2010 bikes-gear Read the full story →

Wolfhound Cycles just built the coolest 29er ever.

Agree? Disagree? In my opinion, this is the one of the best looking hard tail bicycle frames I’ve looked at. Which is awesome, because it’s mine. Created for me by Fred Cuthbert at Wolfhound Cycles in Talent, Oregon, this frame is the result of a dialog that has been going on for some time.

02.18.2010 bikes-gear Read the full story →