Having checked out the Tech-guide for the Joe Martin Stage race, the women are getting short-changed, again, as usual. Instead of just watching it happen, Q+M will cover the purse difference for the women in the Road Races (Thursday and Friday) at the Joe Martin Stage Race. We wish we could cover the Crit and…
Jay Ellis is like flour. He doesn’t get the top billing too often, but he’s what keeps he scone together while fancy fruits and chocolate chips make the placard.
I’m coming up on exactly one full year on my 3T Exploro, so we’re taking a look at the numbers of 365 days of fun…and blown-out drive trains.
June is for laying back, taking a break from racing, and doing something good in this world. Like riding bikes for a long time to prevent cancer.
100 miles is a long, long time with nothing to talk about. We made a list for Sunday’s Hellkaat Hundie so you can avoid the awkward silences.
One of the things I like most about our team is that it sure as heck ain’t boring. You’d think that our Exploros would be nearly identical, with the same groupsets, same wheels, same grey Natalie Merchant t-shirts. That’s just not the case. Our squad is home to a beautiful cornucopia of diverse, individualized bikes…
We’re sitting fireside in Helen, Georgia, with six days of killer riding in the legs and the promise of a tough race this Saturday. I don’t get out much, but I do hope I find myself in this exact position a few more times before I kick the bucket.
The first day of our team camp has arrived, and while we’re bummed you couldn’t make it (we did send you an invite, promise), we thought of a way to make it just like you were here.
In search of sun, miles, and some quality time together, we’re heading south to kick 2018 into high gear. Look, Michigan is great. Really, it is. But after six months of frozen hellscape, we’re ready to duck south for a warm-up. This week, most of the team is heading to a Helen, Georgia.* A little mountain town…
Next up in our ongoing #DeepThoughts series, we accomplish a couple of big things. First, we finally get Jay Ellis to say ‘pianist’. Even written out, it’s funny in an 8th-grade sort of way. Secondly, we establish that great music and great beer are the two pillars of happiness.