3T is an Italian cycle sport firm, located in Bergam near Milan. It was originally known as 3TTT — Tecnologia del Tubo Torino (Turin Tube Technology). Many cycle races have been won on 3T components, including the Tour de France, Olympic races, World Championships, and the World Hour Record by Francesco Moser.
3T was founded by Mario Dedioniggi in Torino in 1961. Dedioniggi was skilled at manipulating and bending steel tubes to fabricate the lightweight handlebars desired by racing cyclists, and Italian professional riders were among 3T’s first customers.
3T are renowned for their carbon handlebars and bicycle components and have recently developed aero frames for the road and gravel riding. The Strada caused a bit of a stir as the first 1 x only road aero frame.
3T's Exploro Gravel range is aimed at the performance oriented gravel rider and racer.
Available as complete bikes or framesets. The Exploro Pro, Team and Race bikes are all supplied with 700c wheels. The Exploro Max with 650b wheels.