Carlin Dunne was a popular American professional road racer. Carlin Dunne was best known as the four-time winner at the Pikes Peak International Hill Climb.
Table of Biography
Carlin Dunne was born in the year 1982 in the United States. He was American by nationality and follows Christianity. Similarly, his exact birth date was not known, and therefore his sun sign was also not available. Talking about his family, Carlin had not disclosed much information regarding it.
However, his father was a former South African road racer and also the former Isle of Man Competitor. Other than this, he never revealed any details regarding his parents and siblings. Regarding his educational background, Carlin hasn’t revealed any information. However, he might have completed his higher education.
After taking retirement from racing, Carlin again made a comeback in the Pikes Peak Race, Ducati. Unfortunately, Dunne died in the Colorado race due to his bike accident on June 30, 2019. His ride, Ducati Streetfighter V4 Prototype crashed just before the finish line. His sudden death left his fans in tears. The event organizers and Ducati North America confirmed his death.
Professional Life and Career
Carlin Dunne was a professional bike racer and also the four-time champion. He had won The Pikes Peak International Hull Climb four times in 2011, 2012, 2013, and 2018. With this, he received legendary status at the Pikes Peak race.
Carlin rose to fame as the runner-up in the Race Face’s 2004 Ultimate Freeride Challenge Contest. After that, Carlin used that impulse to land a spot on the legendary Kona Clump freeride team alongside stars like Robbie Bourdon, John Cowan, and Paul Basagoitia. In fact, his New World Disorder 6 segment was considered as a particular standout as he crashed twice on a massive drop in Utah, before getting redemption a month later.
Moving on, Carlin moved to motorcycle racing after his NWD days. carlin was the first man to complete the race under 10 minutes in the world-renowned Pikes Peak International Hill Climb.
Apart from road racing, Carlin was also a filmmaker and stuntman. In fact, Carlin took retirement from road racing from 2014-2017 and continued his film career. During the time, Carlin worked on the movie titled “Dust to Glory 2”.
Enhancing his relationship status, Carlin hadn’t revealed any information. Carlin was the type of man who preferred to maintain a low profile regarding his love life. In fact, he might be single and was focusing on his career.
Talking about body measurement, Carlin had a pretty well-shaped and well-maintained body. Being a road racer, Carlin was very concerned about his body figure and physical appearance. Moreover, Dunne stands at a height of around 6 feet and 3 inches or 1.91 meters. Likewise, Dunne had a bodyweight of around 81 kg or 178 lbs.
In addition, Carlin regularly does physical exercise and workouts to maintain his body figure and physical appearance. In fact, Carlin had a body measurement of around 42-33-35 inches. Likewise, he had biceps of around 16 inches and used shoes of size 8. Further, Dunne had beautiful black eyes along with black hair.
Regarding the controversy, Carlin had maintained his clean career and had not been involved in the controversy till the day.
Social Media and Net Worth
Moving into social media availability, Carlin was pretty much active on Instagram only. He has over 11.9k followers on his official @carlin_dunne Instagram account. Most of his posts on Instagram were related to his road race.
In addition, Carlin had earned a pretty handful amount of money from his career. However, Carlin had kept his annual income and salary secret from the media. As per the online resources, Carlin had an estimated net worth of around $1 million US dollars at the time of death.