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Readers Rides Special

Readers Rides Special

Throughout the years you've been sending us photos of your most precious belongings and we've been keeping a record of pretty much every bike we've seen with HUNT wheels on. We were recently going through the tons and tons of pictures and drooling over some amazing machines.

We decided to share some of our favourite ones with you


Story time with Gosse- Pt.1

HUNT's larger than life Dutch cyclocross racer, Gosse Van Der Mere, recently got an incredible opportunity to compete at selected mountain bike races and travel the USA at the same time. 

Sit down, make a cuppa and read all about it so far.


LIGHTING UP LINCOLN

LIGHTING UP LINCOLN

The Lincoln GP is one of our favourite National A races of the calendar. The race can be won or lost on the brutal cobbles of the 16% Michaelgate Climb leading up to Castle Square, where the victor usually barely has time or energy to raise their hands from the bars to celebrate...

Biggest little bike race- Steel City DH

Biggest little bike race- Steel City DH

Running every spring since 2011, Steel City has always been a little different to your average mountain bike event, with 11 year old rippers racing against World Cup stars and World Champions, not to mention one of the largest number of female racers in the UK. 

Read more about the race, losing van keys and almost crashing into Steve Peat on a quad.


Dirty Reiver - by Elaine Burroughs

Dirty Reiver - by Elaine Burroughs

It was about the time I sold my campervan last year, that the little worm in my ear started plotting how I was going to spend the money I got for it. After all, we always need more bike stuff, it’s only the justification that takes some thought.

It’s safe to say that it didn’t take long for me to hatch both a plan, and an excuse for the plan.

2019 saw me turning 50, and in the usual panic and societally-induced need to do something stupid to mark the occasion, I found the obvious excuse...