Andrew Dunlap

Profressional Mountain Biker


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  • Athlete Accomplishments:

1st 9 hours of Cranky Monkey 2015

  • 1st Bakers Dozen 2015 and 2016


 “Nil Magnum Nisi Bonum” is a Latin Phrase dating back more than two thousand years, it means “there is no greatness without goodness.” Few people embody this expression more than professional mountain biker Andrew Dunlap, having won the Bakers Dozen in 2015 and 2016, the 9 Hours of Cranky Monkey in 2015, as well as supporting 4 valuable causes in his racing. 


Dunlap rainbowDuring his career Andrew has raised funds for orphans with rare diseases, diabetes provisions and water resources in third world countries, as well as funding and and providing support to help see the end of human trafficking crisis in the US and around the globe.


Andrew chooses INFINIT because “When you’re heading to the line of a 6, 7 or 8-hour race, everything with your body’s nutrition has to be perfectly aligned. You can have bad legs and still salvage a decent result, but if your nutrition is off even slightly, if you get behind on calories for even 20 minutes, that’s it. INFINIT provides the fastest and most complete nutrition product on the market, and one that I only have to reach for a bottle to slam down. I use variations of every product they offer, and actually a few different ones during a race. When you’re at the edge, pushing yourself to the limit mentally and physically on a tight and twisting single track, there is no time or energy to mess with a wrapper, or even a gel. Getting hydration and calories at one time is crucial to my success as an athlete.”

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INFINIT chooses Andrew not only because of the results he shows but also because of the man he is, the character he has and continues to show, and the belief that “Nil Magnum Nisi Bonum.”





Here is Andrews Promo Video for A Race To End Human Trafficking:



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