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2016 Range new images inc.: Black Gloss-on-Matt Carbon Wheels

Merry Christmas and a Happy New year. We hope you actually received some cool bike stuff for Christmas rather than too much chocolate (which we can't resist but makes us even slower!).

We have been busy over the festive period updating the website images for our new 2016 range. We are especially pleased to have uploaded detailed images of the graphics on our new range of carbon wheels. We hope you'll agree that the stealth gloss black decals look incredible on the satin matt finish rims and are sure to add that head-turning look to your bike.

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A forward thinking company | New Zealand Part 1

Hunt Brand manager Josh Ibbett has travelled to New Zealand for the winter, to work on some new projects for Hunt Wheels. Find out more in the first part of his New Zealand blog:

Hunt wheels are a very modern forward thinking company. I joined the Hunt team as Brand manager at the beginning of summer and am happy to say that Hunt is the best company that I have ever worked for. We are a small but passionate team who work closely together to produce the best wheels possible for real world riders and most importantly we...

Road racing with disc brakes; the future has arrived!

Early this week news broke that as of the 2016 race season riders in UCI races are now permitted to use disc brake equipped road bikes. At Hunt wheels we have been advocates of disc brake use from the very beginning and feel that it is no coincidence that our bestselling 2015 model is Mason x Hunt 4 Season Disc which was developed for the stunning and progressive Mason Cycles. Using Disc brakes on road bikes makes perfect sense, the braking is kept away from surface water and grit leading to consistent braking in all conditions,...

VIDEO | The Search for the Holy Gravel

Hunt wheels brand ambassador Hamish Paine and brand manager Josh Ibbett recently went on a trip to the Pyrenees in Southern France to explore the gravel mountain roads. Hamish has created a video of the trip with a nod towards the Monty Python classic film the Search for the Holy Grail. I'll warn you now it is a bit silly, but the scenery is fantastic. Enjoy!


The Search for the Holy Gravel from Hamish Paine on Vimeo.