PEARSON X CANTII WAY

After the great success of King Alfred's Way and West Kernow Way, Cycling UK has launched its latest route The Cantii Way. This 145 mile (234 km) loop starts and ends in the village of Wye, close to Ashford, in Kent.

Taking its name from the Iron Age Celtic tribe who inhabited the area, the Cantii Way combines dramatic chalk cliffs with the rolling hills of the Kent Downs Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty while exploring quaint seaside towns.

Photo by Jordan Gibbons

We were thrilled to be chosen to provide Cycling UK, and their touring partner Pannier CC, with our range of gravel bikes for the official inaugural trip.

We set the bikes up with 40 X 700c gravel tyres as this is ideal for the gravel and road terrain of the Cantii Way in summer, in winter we would reccomend a slightly larger tyre to combat the muddier sections. The bikes were fitted with Restrap bikepacking bags, Restrap is a family run business in Yorkshire that specialises in handmade outdoor accessories. 

 

ON AND ON

CARBON AERO GRAVEL BIKE 

ON AND ON BIKEPACKING CANTII WAY

Photo by Jordan Gibbons

SHOP THE ON AND ON

 

OFF GRID 

CARBON GRAVEL BIKE

OFF GRID CANTII WAY

Photo by Jordan Gibbons

SHOP THE OFF GRID

 

SUMMON THE BLOOD

TITANIUM GRAVEL BIKE

SUMMON THE BLOOD CANTII WAY

Photo by Jordan Gibbons

SHOP THE SUMMON THE BLOOD

 

AROUND THE OUTSIDE

TITANIUM EXPEDITION BIKE


AROUND THE OUTSIDE CANTII WAYPhoto by Jordan Gibbons

SHOP THE AROUND THE OUTSIDE

 

More from the 1860 hub

Leave a comment

All blog comments are checked prior to publishing
Our settings allow all cookies, please accept to give you the very best experience of our website.
You have successfully subscribed!