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Oct 4, 2016

JD Beach's Team95 Selling Cycling Kit To Benefit Ethan Gillim Chasin' A Dream Foundation And Roadracing World Action Fund

JD Beach (center, front) is selling Team95 cycling kit similar to what racer Nick McFadden (left) is wearing in this photo. Photo by David Swarts, copyright Roadracing World Publishing, Inc.


Team95 cycling apparel will support Ethan Gillim Chasin’ A Dream Foundation and Roadracing World Action Fund

(OWENSBORO, KENTUCKY) Team95 has partnered with Squadra to produce a new line of branded cycling apparel, proceeds from the sale of which will benefit the Ethan Gillim Chasin’ A Dream Foundation and Roadracing World Action Fund.

Last year, Team95 produced a jersey and bib shorts in small quantities for a few friends and response was overwhelmingly positive. This year, we worked closely with Squadra to build two great designs that we believe everyone will love. Pricing is $205 for the first jersey/bibs combination, $200 for a second, or $75 for a jersey and $135 for bibs. When ordering, please use PayPal and direct funds to Click “Send money to friends and family.” Specify preferred design and sizing in the optional note. The store will be open for two weeks.

The Ethan Gillim Chasin’ A Dream Foundation supplies amateur dirt-trackers with product- and training-related scholarships. The Roadracing World Action Fund provides soft barriers for professional flat-track and road-race events.

In addition, and have come on board to support Team95. The founders of these respective sites, Brett Cue and Miriam Deitcher, work tirelessly to promote the sport of motorcycling and will generate additional attention for the foundation.

For more information, please email

About The Ethan Gillim Chasin’ A Dream Foundation:

The Ethan Gillim Chasin’ A Dream Foundation was started after Ethan passed away in a racing incident in 2007. Ethan was related to 2006 MotoGP World Champion Nicky Hayden, and before he passed, Ethan said he wanted to be a world champion like Nicky.

Ethan also wanted to help up-and-coming riders, which is why we started the foundation and Team95. Our goal is to fit kids who are racing motorcycles with the best possible safety gear and help them improve their riding skills.

Make donations payable to the Ethan Gillim Chasin’ A Dream Foundation and mail to Kustom Kwik Print, Attn: Team95, 1911 Breckenridge St., Owensboro, KY 42303.