“Boundless” is a show on the Esquire Network that follows hosts Simon Donato, Paul “Turbo” Trebilcock, OCR athlete Hunter McIntyre and ultraunner Rory Bosio as they compete in endurance adventures around the world.
Recently, while training for the show, Donato went to the Hawaiian island of Maui where he teamed up with McIntyre, Bosio and Max Wilcocks for an epic challenge they called the Maui Wowee.
The group started at the Pacific Ocean near Paia, Hawaii and rode bikes to the summit of Haleakala, the massive volcano that makes up a large portion of the island. They then dropped the bikes off and ran a lap around the Haleakala crater, before grabbing their bikes and riding back down to the ocean. In all, the three covered 90 miles on the day, including 17 miles of running. It took 13 hours and 30 minutes.
Here are photos of their challenge, taken by Liz Barney. The third season of “Boundless” kicks off on April 12th and will include endurance challenges in the U.S., Greenland, France, Sweden, Canada and more.