Hank is like most mountain bikers; his exterior is a little loud and flashy, but deep down he's a true adventurer. Hank was already one nasty brute when the staff got him: the Dodge Dakota Quad Cab's rugged and powerful V-8 platform saw to that. Built to transport multiple bikes and multiple riders to their favorite, yet remote, trails, the truck is fitted with a Thule Bed Mount Bike Rack and a Mopar Accessories Roof Mount Bike Rack to accommodate a payload of titanium and full-suspension Mongoose bicycles. The Tire Rack supplied the 18x8 Borbet CW-4 wheels shod in P265/60HR18 Bridgestone Duelers.
Hank differs from most trucks Bike Magazine has encountered; Hank can comfortably transport four sweaty and stinking adults and all their gear and bikes without making them feel like they've been stuffed in a broom closet.
Now, all this talk of payloads and cargo capacity may have you thinking that Hank leads a tedious life of unrewarding labor. But spending all day as a rugged workhorse in the mountains never gets Hank down. When it comes to after-hours, you can plainly see Hank always has his party clothes on, more than ready for a night on the town. His dual personality offers the best of both worlds.
In PursuitHunting Magazine's Dakota Quad Cab is dubbed "The Pursuit." Featuring a four-inch Rancho lift kit installed by Four Wheel Parts Wholesalers, The Pursuit goes where four outdoorsmen need with ample space for hunting dogs, rifles, and their trophies.
The paint was accomplished by Al Martinez Auto Body while the camouflage trim was applied by Trim Line. Roll bars and nerf bars were formed by Genuine Steel.