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Journal — Open Dev

Oli Carter joins the Hunt MTB team for 2019

Oli Carter joins the Hunt MTB team for 2019

We are proud to announce Oli Carter as one of our 2019 supported riders. Find out what he is going to be getting up to this year. 

THE CASSETTE #2: Churning Gravel

THE CASSETTE #2: Churning Gravel

Cassette 2

This time round we have called upon OpenDev rider Rob Harwood to show us some tracks which keep him going on a long gravel ride.


JUST JOSHING ABOUT: EUROPEAN JOURNAL

JUST JOSHING ABOUT: EUROPEAN JOURNAL

World traveler and bike packer, Josh Ibbett, has just spent the last six weeks in Europe mostly riding through the Iberian Peninsula. At the time of writing he has caught a plane to New York and now managed to ride up to the Canadian boarder at Niagara Falls. We managed to check in with Josh and catch him for a journal entry on his experiences so far.

Enjoy. 

Niagara Falls


HUNT GUIDE TO: DOT WATCHING

Prepare for an onset of dot watching excitement across Italy.

We love dot watching! Unlike coverage of great races like Roubaix, the Tour and mostly every other form of professional cycling, dot watching is a more active and personal way to view a bicycle race. Curious whether a cyclist spent a night sleeping under an overpass, if they prefer McDonalds to petrol station meals or how regimented they are with their riding time? - The answer is through Dot Watching. This new breed of endurance racing is so variable, it makes watching GPS signals move slowly along a red line addictive!

#107FOR107 - CHRIS HALL - HUNT BIKE WHEELS

Starting on Friday December 16th, I am attempting to cycle 107 kilometres a day, every day, until Saturday April 1st. 107 days in total.

That's 11,449km - or the equivalent of cycling from London to Geneva, Switzerland, every week for 15 weeks in a row.