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Google Hangout: Hatch Installation

| January 17, 2013 | 0 Comments

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Google Hangout: Flush Mounted Rod Holder Install

| December 14, 2012 | 0 Comments

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Visit to the Heart of the Paddling World – Part 3 of 5

| October 14, 2012 | 1 Comment

Chris Hackerd, VP of Store Operations and one of three ACK co-owners, is an avid mountain biker, birder, ‘yak angler and all around outdoors-man. Recently, Chris traveled east to North Carolina to celebrate his grand mother’s 80th birthday and took the opportunity to visit many of the manufacturers based out of the area including Confluence, Legacy, Werner, Eno, Astral & Feel Free/Pyrahna.

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Visit to the Heart of the Paddling World – Part 2 of 5

| October 13, 2012 | 1 Comment

Chris Hackerd, VP of Store Operations and one of three ACK co-owners, is an avid mountain biker, birder, ‘yak angler and all around outdoors-man. Recently, Chris traveled east to North Carolina to celebrate his grand mother’s 80th birthday and took the opportunity to visit many of the manufacturers based out of the area including Confluence, Legacy, Werner, Eno, Astral & Feel Free/Pyrahna.

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Visit to the Heart of the Paddling World – Part 1 of 5

| October 12, 2012 | 1 Comment

Chris Hackerd, VP of Store Operations and one of three ACK co-owners, is an avid mountain biker, birder, ‘yak angler and all around outdoors-man. Recently, Chris traveled east to North Carolina to celebrate his grand mother’s 80th birthday and took the opportunity to visit many of the manufacturers based out of the area including Confluence, Legacy, Werner, Eno, Astral & Feel Free/Pyrahna.

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ACK Takes a Detour to MOAB

| August 29, 2012 | 0 Comments

ACK President/Co-Owner, Steve Messana and VP of Store Operations/Co-Owner, Chris Hackerd took a detour on their way to the Outdoor Retailer show in Utah to partake in an exhilarating mountain bike adventure in none other than MOAB! I’d ask them for all the details but as always, they are busy so instead we’ll share a visual experience — one that will certainly help you understand why it’s considered one of the best places to go mountain biking in America.

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