The Buzz

BEEs Thrive At Ore2Shore

August 13, 2018, 12:00 am

It’s a long trek, but it always seems to be worth it. Ore2Shore is only surpassed in its prominence by the Iceman Cometh Challenge, and while we’re obviously partial to our hometown showdown, we’ve always had a love for the red dust and challenging, relentless dash from Negaunee to Marquette.



2018 Cherry-Roubaix BEE Results!

August 6, 2018, 12:00 am

There is never a dull weekend in Northern Michigan, and one of the true highlights of the season was this past weekend right here in Traverse City. The 10th annual Cherry-Roubaix saw its tried-and-true recipe of big hills, fast fields, and brilliant sunshine offer up a test unlike any other in the state.



The Hills Are Alive With BEEs: The Divide Offers Big Elevation and Fun

July 30, 2018, 12:00 am

After spending the previous weekend in the woods, we had plenty of athletes right back in action this past Sunday at The Divide.



BEEs In The Woods at Traverse City Trail Festival

July 23, 2018, 12:00 am

One part of being a competitor that no one glorifies or talks about is the grit it takes to just show up. Whether you’re in it to win, survive, or just be there, no matter what level you’re competing at, there are days when just getting in the car and showing up in spandex takes a load of gumption.



July Weigh-In: Losing or Maintaining Weight Mid-Season

July 16, 2018, 12:00 am

After a long spring, we’ve had plenty of athletes come off the gas a bit this June and July. Here in Northern Michigan, the spring campaign is an almost non-stop run of what we’d all consider pretty big events that start with Barry-Roubaix and run weekend-to-weekend to Racing For Home in June. It’s normal, and very well deserved, to ease up, rest up, and maybe even toss in a few days off the bike to be ready for the rest of the season.



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