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Hunter Wooden’s affinity for motorcycles began early, riding his first bike, a 1970 Honda CT70. In 2004, he moved to Europe and rode throughout Italy during the summer. A few years later, he landed in Thailand, where he became obsessed with the custom bike scene. With that came designing his first build from a 1987 Honda 750 Super Magna.


In 2011, he toured the Himalayas on a 1967 Royal Enfield 350 from Pokhara to Kathmandu and Tibet. After that, he returned to the States for college and became a service manager at a marine dealership, a tech advisor for Honda, and a motorcycle maintenance instructor, where he also created and led several courses.


When different content partnerships with major brands like Harley-Davidson arose, he expanded his passion for writing and editorializing his adventures. Now, seven years into his writing career, Hunter has expanded his portfolio from motorcycles to tech, gear, entertainment and more. 

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