1. Shimano XTR M9000

    Very Cool!


  2. World Bicycle Relief

    9-year-old Griffin Donovan, Team WBR Indiana members and Ironman World Champion Jordan Rapp are making a world of difference through the Power of Bicycles. Learn how you can get involved HERE


  3. The Radavist For Team Dream…

    Or is it Team Dream for The Radavist?  Regardless, this was awesome!  

    As a consumer, I like to know the ways and means a company (especially in the cycling industry) came out. Regardless as to what my relationship is to Sean Talkington of Team Dream Bicycling Team, there was something about what he started doing last year that piqued my interest.

    So, it’s a team, but it’s not a team. It’s a team for people who aren’t on teams, which makes it arguably one of the biggest teams in the world. That’s kind of like a dream team, right? Something like that.

    When Sean began working on his Rizzle Dizzle kits, and his Mondrian Homage vest, we wanted to do a little something more than just post photos and send people over to his store. Below is a backstory, or a history as to what inspires Sean to continuously push Team Dream’s product line.”

    All photos by Jesse Carmody

    See & Read more HERE


  4. TDBT/GSC/PiNP Cap

    Team Dream and The Radavist are now selling this official last run of TDBT/GSC/PiNP caps. Manufactured by Pace Sportswear in California.

    Change often brings with it feeling of sentiment (even when its awesomely good change).  With that being said,  The Radavist is clearly like a supercharged version of Prolly is Not Probably on Redbull & triple shot of espresso, but we are still going to miss seeing that one eyed, one horned, purple loving viking. 

    Thanks for everything John!

    Available in our online store HERE


  5. If You Were Wondering What Happened To Lance?

    Not bad Lance…not bad at all.


  6. Hell Shoes!

    These are so wild!  I love almost everything about this shoe (minus the writing on the toes).

    Read the write up by David Millar below-

    My first encounter with Paris Roubaix was as an amateur (U23) riding for VC St.Quentin. It wasn’t as long as the pro version, we started closer to Roubaix, in St.Quentin to be exact. I was sick, having raced myself into a hole the previous three months, the team still wanted me to start as I was their only hope and obviously it was a big deal starting in our home town. I did 5km, turned off the course and went straight to the little village where I lived (Morcourt), race number still on. I’m not sure how happy the team was about that, I can’t remember, probably not very.

    My next encounter was the following year as a neo-pro, Cyrille Guimard called me up a few days before and said they needed me; I didn’t want to go. I was sick, having raced myself into the ground the previous two months. The race was a big deal as the Cofidis HQ was about 9km from Roubaix. Needless to say, I refused to start, I’m not sure how happy the team was about that, I can’t remember, probably not very.

    This basically sums up my history with Roubaix, I think the Hell of the North thing has always been stuck in my head to a degree that it has become my nemesis. I have ended up starting it twice (I think) in my career. Both times I didn’t finish.

    So when I was asked by my team if I’d do Paris Roubaix at Milan San Remo three weeks ago I gave them a puzzled look, as if to say, ‘You’re joking right?’ They know me though, and reminded me it was my last year and Roubaix is such a monument of a race it would be silly not to. I told my wife, Nicole, and she said, ‘You’re not going to do it are you? You always tell me how much you hate it.’

    So here I am, getting ready to do it. We didn’t have any shoes prepared for it and only had a couple of days to come up with an idea. The VCRC Style Council out did themselves and managed to create the design, fi’zi:k as usual managed to make the shoes in record time and so I wore them for the first time in the recon yesterday, where, against all my expectations I loved the pavé. Maybe because I know it’s the last time and this year I have to finish it. Nicole is even coming up to watch, which says it all really.

    The design itself is based on the finish, the velodrome and the famous showers. This way whenever I look down I’ll be reminded that I have to get there. No giving up this year, I was telling Sebastian Langeveld yesterday that I find it easier to finish a Grand Tour than I do Paris Roubaix (starting it has actually been my biggest problem). So these shoes are about me finishing, making it through hell, for once and for all.

    Read up & see more shoes from “The Project” with David Millar & Fizik HERE


  7. Paris-Roubaix with the Ozzie’s!

    This video takes us behind the scenes with Orica GreenEDGE Team before, during and after Roubaix.   Check the crash at 7:10!


  8. Here You Go Adam!

    "Hey Team Dream, Why are there no pictures of the Mix Up Sock being worn? Sorry if this comes off lame. I know this might sound like an odd request, but I live in Australia and wondered what these look like when being worn.   Do you have any photos? Keep up the great work." -Adam

    Don’t ever be afraid to ask us questions!  Our knowledgeable staff is here 24/7 to help you with your cycling needs (that’s 24 minutes a day, 7 responded emails a week). The fact that we never really modeled these on a human didn’t catch my attention until Adam’s email showed up.  Conveniently,  Jesse shot me removing some rocks from my shoe while “on the move” last week.  Sorry Adam, no shots of the left but I’m sure your imagination can fill in the rest…

    We still have some Large & XL Mix Ups HERE


  9. The Best Bib Shorts Ever!

    We receive quite a few emails from people asking for a “heads up” when the Compressor Bibs by Endo Customs will be made available.  Well, here it is!  These have been very tough to keep in stock so they are now being offered up during our Rizzle Dizzle Jersey & Homage Vest Pre Order. 

    Endo continues to create what we believe to be the best product available & The Compressor Bib Short is no exception. People who order within the next 10 days will most likely receive their bibs by the first week of June!  Photos: Jesse Carmody

    -Made in USA…Check
    -Tighter compression fit…Check (you may want to size up)
    -Black non printable fabric that will not fade…Check
    -Pairs up nicely with any jersey…Check
    -Keeps tan lines on par with other Endo Bibs…Check
    -Unparalleled comfort to cost ratio…Check
    -One of the best looking/functioning classic bibs ever…Double Check!

    Available for Pre Order HERE


  10. The Full 36 #12

    In this roll: Night Rides, Day Rides, West LA, East LA, Middle…LA, Other Places, Rizzle Dizzle Jersey In Action, People & Stuff

    See the full roll HERE