Max Stedman sets new British  Everesting Record

Max Stedman sets new British Everesting Record

Find out how Max managed to break the British Everesting Record
Meet Amelia Rose Watkinson

Meet Amelia Rose Watkinson

We are pleased to welcome Australian triathlete, Amelia Rose Watkinson.
Sofiane Sehili: FKT at The French Divide

Sofiane Sehili: FKT at The French Divide

Sofiane Sehili The man who doesn't sleep... It's what most people know about Sofiane. He's set scintillating times at some of the world's premier bikepacking races over the past couple...
Moya Johansson's New Bike

Moya Johansson's New Bike

Moya Johansson's New Bike Day How to Build a Bike 101 Australian triathlete Moya Johansson, and her boyfriend (and Australian Pro Triathlete) Kieran Roche have been busy the last few...
Josh Wins #GBDURO20

Josh Wins #GBDURO20

Josh Wins #GBDURO20 Where to begin... What an incredible race #GBDURO20 has turned out to be! At 8am on Saturday 1st August, 15 riders set off from Lands End on...
Trying (& Failing) to destroy a Race Aero SuperDura

Trying (& Failing) to destroy a Race Aero SuperDura

Taking our hardest wheels, and smashing them through the hardest terrain...
Cyclist riding across a landscape with dynamo powered light

Charging with a Dynamo: Explained

We offer a full range of Dynamo lights so you can forget about charging your lights on your daily commute or charging your GPS device on those multiday backpacking trips. But how do you use a Dynamo wheelset to run your lights and charge your devices?

HUNT Beyond Brand Manager, Josh Ibbett, talks you through the Dynamo setup that he used on this year's 2600mile Tour Divide in the USA. Watch the video to find out more...

Hunt rider, Samantha Bosco racing her bike

Staying Injury Free with Samantha Bosco

For those who don't know Sam, she's a highly decorated Paralympic athlete who at her debut at the 2016 Rio Paralympic Games secured a bronze in both the road time trial & track pursuit.
Hunt Supported Rider Rodneys Open UP  bike with HUNT 30 Carbon Gravel Disc

HUNT Beyond: Supported Rider Bike Checks

The Gravel racing season is now upon us, or at least it should be. It looks like many of the gravel races planned for the year are now going to be postponed until safer times. However, that doesn't mean that there are not plenty of amazing gravel bikes sat around waiting to travel the world to some of the biggest gravel events and races.

We caught up with 5 HUNT Beyond supported riders, to run the bike check of all bike checks and  see what bikes they are planning to race later in the year.

photo of bike leaning against a wall

Opportunities are Knocking

While continuations of protectionary Stay-At-Home measures are still shaping our day to day lives, we hope everyone is staying safe and abiding by their respective government's rules. While our thoughts are with those who have been and will be affected by this virus, we are hoping to spread a little motivation for those of us who need it. What follows below is the experience of our very own USA Brand Manager, Ken... 

"In a recent email communication with my coach, we began talking about how with the cancelation of races and events he's been seeing athletes, left and right, scrambling for goals to aim for. As I'd been listening to the news a lot prior to our conversation (so not in the brightest of head-spaces), we discussed a mental reframing exercise that helped me, and thus I'm hoping it helps you."
Canyon DHB Race bike

Canyon dhb 2020 Race Bike

The veil has finally been lifted on Canyon dhb's bikes for this year. Whilst it's unclear when these will see tarmac in a competitive environment, there's absolutely nothing to stop...
HUNT rider Steve Bate riding 100 miles in a day

How To Ride 1000 Miles In 10 days... On A Turbo

With the Games being shifted to next year, and wondering what my future holds as a 42 year old athlete, I needed a plan fast. My coach Dan reminded me that I’m a goal-focused rider, and now the Games are over 500 days away (again!), I needed a short term ‘now’ kind of goal. So with lock down on and no Games, I decided to stay inside and ride Zwift on my turbo. But to make it more challenging, I gave it a purpose. I wondered if I could ride seven hundred miles in a week. I mean, I knew I could physically, pretty much everyone could, if they had a gun pointed at their head. But mentally I wasn’t sure I could, after all, it’s six hours sat on the turbo each day!