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BIKEPACKING: Hudski Doggler Review - The Kids Are All Right

BIKEPACKING: Hudski Doggler Review - The Kids Are All Right

The Hudksi Doggler immediately caught my attention when it was announced back in September. With little else to go on than a quick product launch video and a few photos, my imagination started running wild with ideas about what the Doggler could do. I’ve been pretty hooked on the idea of flat bar gravel bikes for a while now, an obsession that’s only been amplified during all the time I’ve spent testing and reviewing the more common (and sought after) drop-bar equivalent. My Trek 520 flat-bar conversion subdued my desires temporarily, but I wanted more. There was so much about that bike that I liked, but a handful of frame limitations and design choices meant it was far from perfect.
MOUNTAIN BIKE ACTION: Hudksi Doggle Mountain - A Leap Of Adventure

MOUNTAIN BIKE ACTION: Hudksi Doggle Mountain - A Leap Of Adventure

Based in Sausalito, California, Hudski started with two friends wo both have design backgrounds and passion for cycling. The creators of this new direct-to-consumer brand. Will Hudson and Brian Syzkowny, Have always envisioned starting a bike company.
BICYCLING : Video Review - Hudski Doggler

BICYCLING : Video Review - Hudski Doggler

New bike brand Hudski from Marin, California launches with one frame to do it all - the Doggler. Test Editor Riley Missel takes the Doggler in each of its intended environments to see where it really shines.

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