HIPLOK Athletes

We’re incredibly proud to support our Hiplok athletes. Without their bicycles and equipment, our athletes cannot do their day jobs, or indulge their passion for riding. Keeping their gear safe is imperative and the feedback they provide is a vital part of our product development process.

Sam Hockenhull mountain biker sat on his bike


Former Royal Marine Commando and elite mountain biker Ben Deakin is as equally known for his YouTube exploits as he is for his riding. Regularly tearing down mountains, his riding passion is as noticeable as his habit of sending huge whips over jumps. Ben knows the heartache of previous bike theft and that’s why he now chooses Hiplok to lock up his pride and joy.

Sam Hockenhull mountain biker sat on his bike


GB Triathlete, Meg McDonald races Elite, Relay Team and Off-Road Triathlon. She’s often seen on long training rides around Hiplok’s home town of Leamington Spa. And when she’s not in the saddle, she locks down her bike cave with Hiplok.

Sam Hockenhull mountain biker sat on his bike


After being banned from cycling to school by his parents due to his deteriorating eyesight, Oscar (Left) took up triathlon and fell in love with the sport. Whilst he was initially unclassifiable under paralympic rules (”I wasn’t blind enough”), in 2021 Oscar began competing for Great Britain and was selected for Team England at the 2022 Commonwealth Games. Oscar and guide Charlie are now working towards Paris 2024 Paralympics qualification. 

Sam Hockenhull mountain biker sat on his bike


Charlie (Right) began competing in triathlons at the age of 7 and began guiding at 14 in paratriathlon, at the UK School Games. Charlie has continued to compete individually and as a paratriathlon guide to Oscar Kelly.

Having been selected for the England Next Generation Program, he then when on to be selected for the 2022 Commonwealth Games alongside Oscar. Together with Oscar, he is currently in training for the 2024 Paris Paralympics.


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