Count yourself lucky; how many people get to say they’ve been to Manton, Michigan?
Now that Q+M has an office in Traverse City, we get to call the toughest road race in Michigan a ‘home’ event.
Every year, about halfway through Le Tour, rumors about 2019 start swirling. Talk of new sponsors, rider transfers and equipment swaps replace the castle-chat on the commentary. It’s no different this side of the pond. At 3T / Q+M we’re starting to make plans for next season, and as a little taste of things to…
After a long break, the Michigan Gravel Race Series is back in action with The Divide on July 29. It’s a race we’ve only won once, but also haven’t ever lost. We’ll explain.
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.
Arcadia makes its first appearance in the Michigan Gravel Race Series on May 19.
We were all over the US of A this past weekend, but we’re finally put it all together for you. Sit down and indulge.
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.
We’re all still pumped about Mike’s big win at Barry, but that’s not the only thing to be excited about after the Killer Gravel Road Race. Mike Simonson is like the Tina Turner of Michigan cycling; the years may be flying by, but the legs are still pretty good. After rolling 60 miles solo en…
With 3,500 racers, Barry-Roubaix is the largest gravel race in the world, but it didn’t start that way. Ten years ago, about 300 people (mostly on mountain and cyclocross bikes) lined up to race on the cold, spring gravel roads of west Michigan. That day, Mike Simonson won the first ever Barry-Roubaix. This year, with…