Speaking of Jordan Haggard!

Checkout this awesome journal entry on Blue And Red…


In early 2009 Jordan started riding with a small 35mm film camera to document his life and he created a blog called The Blue & Red to share film selects. Jordan’s images of bike friends and bike racing tell an accurate story of what it was like to be a cyclist in Southern California pre-Instagram. In a nutshell, it was a time when the entire world had not yet realized how much fun we were having. Jordan now regularly shoots for some of the cycling industry’s biggest companies, but has still continued to post on the blog sporadically for the better part of ten years. All of us here at Team Dream hope he continues for a long time to come! We asked Jordan a few questions about the blog’s origins and he was kind enough to share the following answers with us.


Team Dream Bicycling Team: What is The Blue & Red?

Jordan Clark Haggard: The Blue and Red is a visual document of my time and life in and around bikes. I started taking images as a way to share all the great places my bike took me. Basically I just wanted a way to show people that riding bikes was really cool.


Continue reading at Team Dream Bicycling Team!

DeFeet Dirt Bagger 3 Pack!


Super psyched on these colors!


Garrett from Strawfoot!


Image from…HERE!

Our buddy Timothy opens Cycle Chvrch Cycles in Petaluma!


Timothy Nicholls opened the roll up doors to his bike repair and sales shop in February 2017, contributing to the interesting new mix of businesses along Petaluma’s Second Street corridor. Cycle Chvrch Cycles has less of the feel of a typical bike shop, and feels more like an artist’s studio. Tim approaches his craft from a design perspective, refurbishing bikes with purposeful detail from carefully reconstructed mechanics to beautiful pinstriping work. He takes massive pride in his finished products and if you buy a bike from him, you can be sure he will be there to provide ongoing maintenance to your two-wheeled friend. Tim refurbishes bikes not just for sale but also donates to local organizations including COTS. You can find him most days from 11-7 in his shop, and also on social media @cyclechvrchcycles. Look for the handpainted signs (painted by Tim) on the nearby corners to show you the way.


Text and images from…HERE!

Compass 1in. Headset Spacers look Great!


If you’re having a hard time keeping your vintage track bike’s headset tight…you may wanna take a look at these Compass Headset Spacers!