Category Archives: Team Dream Team
Ain’t No Misty Mountain Hop with the Cub House and OrNot

There doesn’t have to be a fire to have our mountains scorched all summer here in Los Angeles. “June Gloom” didn’t come this year, not in June, nor in July and come August, the overbearing warmth cast from afar by our sun has certainly required our vegetation to abstain from hydrating.

It is however the desert. We’re just lucky enough to have the ocean to cool everything down each night. Yet, the lush green mountain tops we had all winter have certainly changed their hue. Yellow flowers made way to yellow plants and those intense purples and greens we had shifted to red, leaving our tracks and trails lined with red, yellow and green. Now if you look out across the landscape, it looks like everything has been anodized Rasta like some MTB skewers from the 90’s. (more…)

Aug 14, 2016 9 comments
We Welcomed the Tour of California to Town with a Mountaintop Party

When Sean from Team Dream found out what the route was for this year’s Tour of California stop in LA, he began scheming about how we could welcome the race with a KOM party… The thing about partying on top of a mountain is it takes a bit of planning. Sure, you could pull a grill, a cooler and food up a 5,500′ climb in a Bob Trailer but you’d end up being too pooped to party at the end of it. This left Sean with a decent plan: he’d shuttle his VW van, dubbed “the Brick” up to the top of Upper Big T at HWY 2, filled with all the necessary goods to throw down one hell of a hangout on the course. We’d wait for the peloton, grill hot dogs, drink beer and when the race came through, erupt with unrivaled support for the racers. Sounds like a good time, right?

As I was herding people from Golden Saddle, Sean was shuttling his van up to the KOM, barely arriving back to South Pasadena in time to begin the group ride. We went up Highway 2, one of the most scenic road rides in California. All 40 of us. With bikepacking bags loaded with food, water and camera equipment, I took off with the group on my rigid 29’r and sneakers. Believe me, doing a “road ride” on a loaded down MTB isn’t all that fun, but I was stoked to see Adam doing the same… and yeah, it made for some playful jibs along the way.

Check out the story in the Gallery!

May 20, 2016 12 comments
Tie Dyed Ramblin Rolls

This might be the funkiest Ramblin Roll design to date! Pre-order a Ramblin Roll for road tubes or a Rumblin Roll for MTB tubes and if you don’t need either, there are also pouches for pre-order. All at TDT!

May 16, 2016 Comments are OFF
As the Clouds Moved In

Being nestled in between the Pacific Ocean and giant mountains is the only reason why Los Angeles isn’t a complete desert. The moisture that rolls in off the water gets trapped by the San Gabriel mountains and that’s where the predictability ends. Those mountains, in their old age, have developed a bit of a temperament when it comes to weather. It’ll be warm and sunny at sea level, only to be completely socked in at elevation. As we’ve seen numerous times in the past, this makes for really interesting photographs as those of us who inhabit Southern California rarely get to witness weather patterns, usually native to North California.

A few weeks back, just about everyday the ANF was encased in a foreboding sky, with big, thick, black clouds looking like they were going to descend upon us all, delivering much-needed water. But they didn’t. They just sat there, keeping us from riding our bikes up to them for fear of being literally washed down the mountain, alongside chunks of decomposed granite. Been there, done that, it’s not fun. Just ask Sean and Hans!

However, Sean asked me to shoot Team Dream’s new kit which as we’ve seen is high vis yellow. I put logic aside, grabbed my camera and a model willing to brave the weather (hey, Californians don’t bide well in cold.)

On days like this, you end up with a lot of shots, but these 12 were my favorite, omitting the obvious product detail shots. Enjoy!

May 15, 2016 12 comments
Team Dream Wants You to Be Seen in Style

Team Dream just launched their newest collection, featuring some classic designs with a twist. A bright twist! Visibility is important in spring weather, where a fog can roll in, enveloping the road and making it hard to be seen by drivers. This new TDT jersey, socks and cap combination ensures that you’ll be seen, in style. Head over to Team Dream for ordering. This is not a pre-order, these pieces are all in stock now!

Is there any interest in seeing the rest of these photos? They’re pretty freaking beautiful!

May 13, 2016 8 comments
Team Dream’s Spring Collection is Early This Year

Spring always comes early in Los Angeles.

Ombré and fades are big this year and Team Dream continues to mix it up with their signature stripes and bright colors. This season, their faded jerseys return with new colors, as well as a new Rizzle vest and long sleeve ensemble. Don’t worry, if you’re all “maxed out” on kits, there are other shirts and accessories as well. All of which are in stock and ready to ship now at Team Dream!

All of Team Dream’s kits are made in Los Angeles, by ENDO Customs and are built to last.

Feb 22, 2016 Comments are OFF
Team Dream and the Radavist Fade to Black Pack in Stock Now

What do you do once the sunset chasing is done? You let it all Fade to Black

Team Dream and the Radavist bring you yet another jersey collab, this time utilizing their striped fade design in a grey to black gradient. The jersey has Team Dream and the Radavist insignia on the sleeves, a minimal ENDO logo on the front and fits like all other ENDO jerseys.

All with matching socks by DeFeet!

There are Black Compression Bibs in stock to compliment the look, and if you’re not into this colorway, Team Dream has stocked new designs as well. Head over to Team Dream Bicycling Team to see the full launch and check out more photos below… (more…)

Dec 18, 2015 2 comments
The Cub House Opening Day and Party

A few months back, Sean from Team Dream Team and Ringtail quickly realized he’d outgrown his home office in South Pasadena, prompting him to look for rental space in the neighborhood. Now, rent isn’t exactly cheap in South Pas. It’s a nice neighborhood with a lot of pedestrian traffic and that usually means high pricing. Well, that didn’t stop Sean. He already had a good idea of where to go… (more…)

Dec 7, 2015 16 comments