Results don't come easy at UCI pro-conti level, so for training duties, team BIKE-CHANNEL CANYON will be relying on the HUNT RACE AERO WIDE wheelsets as they prepare for their season.
At a scantly 1480g, the team will hardly notice the disadvantage compared to their carbon race wheels as they pump through the hill reps or punch out paceline efforts. The RACE AERO WIDE's even manage to maintain an aerodynamic edge through their 31mm deep rim profile. The 20Front/24Rear aero bladed spokes laced to our straight pull Race Season hub complete the package.
Road Bike Tubeless tyres are a fantastic upgrade to any road bike. Benefits include increased grip, lower rolling resistance and increased puncture resistance. Our tubeless tyre fitting service is a quick and easy introduction to the world of road bike tubeless tyres however we often receive questions about tubeless tyre maintenance and puncture repair. The aim of this blog is to answer some of the most common questions and give you a better understanding of the practicalities of running tubeless tyres.
The 2016 Bespoked Bristol Handmade Bicycle show took place on the weekend of the 14th-17th of April. The show is a fantastic showcase of hand built bikes and offers an opportunity for builders to showcase their work and meet their clients. As a small business ourselves we were pleased to be able to help out a number of builders exhibiting at the show with wheels. Below is a selection of images taken at the show:
The event and sunshine was enjoyed by all and you can see images from the event below.
Rob Harwood, Hunt OpenDev Team member, has recently spent a long weekend cycling in the far north of Scotland. Here is his report:
Sutherland, Loch Assynt - March 2016
I’m told the winter of 2015-16 has been the wettest since records began. Certainly on my home turf it feels like we’ve done nothing but toil in brutal wind and rain since the last days of autumn. So if pushed for a reason for choosing the furthest reaches of North West Scotland, in March, for a lightweight tour….it might take some explaining.