Thursday, May 17, 2018

Everjourney: The Difference

It's the 21st century and technology is booming. Now, more than ever, with a plethora of online platforms, brands are craving the attention of consumers. So, with Everjourney, what's the difference?

Everjourney is meant to promote cycling, through showcasing the adventure and freedom that the sport offers. Between original content, aggregated content, media, and shoppable items, Everjourney is meant to be a one-stop location.

Get up and get out. Photo: Adam Evard.

For original content, pieces include features that highlight extensive travel and high-speed racing, as well as original images, videos, routes, and product reviews. Additionally, Everjourney's shoppable items are for the inspired that are eager to showcase a range of cycling kit, casual apparel, and accessories.

In collaboration with Jakroo, Everjourney has been jamming on custom kit. This one, "Hawaiian Flair." Photo: Adam Evard.
In collaboration with Jakroo, Everjourney has been jamming on custom kit. This one, "Hawaiian Flair." Photo: Adam Evard.
#MoreSendingLessPretending, a staple on Everjourney water bottles. Photo: Adam Evard.

More than anything, Everjourney is a project that is highlighting cycling, pure, raw, unfiltered cycling. From content to e-commerce, Everjourney is offering up quality. Thank you for your support.

Tuesday, May 15, 2018

Team Dream: Makers of Clothing, Masters of Humor

Team Dream Bicycling Team is a cycling collective based in the suburbs of Los Angeles, California. This week, while following the Tour of California, a professional stage race that takes place annually, Team Dream has been documenting the AG2R La Mondiale road cycling team.

Truthfully, day after day, we're not sure if we've been more hyped on race happenings, or the exquisite media coverage that is sure to follow. Set to cracking tunes, you'll be sure to want more. Give it a gander.


Eager for more Team Dream content? Be sure to follow along online. Photo: Team Dream Bicycling Team.

Monday, May 14, 2018

Photo of the Week: May 14-20, 2018

Everjourney values the art of photography, a next-level craft. While not an original idea, Everjourney is eager to share weekly images that capture the essence of cycling, be it adventure, freedom, or flair. For additional images, follow along on Instagram, @EverjourneyProject

In collaboration with Adventure Aide, @josie_elle snatched this gem.  

While working with Adventure Aide, in an attempt to produce a variety of top-end content, this image was captured by Josie Elle Farrior in Montana de Oro State Park, which is nestled along the Central Coast of California.

Additionally, this shoot produced "4 Tips for Beginner Mountain Bikers," an Adventure Aide original.

Wednesday, May 9, 2018

Video of the Month: May 2018

For the 2017-18 collegiate cycling season, Cal Poly Cycling has completed a wrap, between a fall mountain season and a spring road season. Recently, Cal Poly Cycling cruised to Grand Junction, Colorado, for collegiate road national championships and a final weekend to cap collegiate racing.

Back in 2017, Cal Poly Cycling completed a series of content shoots, both photo and video, along the Central Coast of California. While highlighting the team, as well as the places that we ride, our video of the month for May comes from a Cal Poly Cycling road shoot on Turri Road outside Los Osos, California.


With the 2017-18 collegiate cycling seasons complete, it's time for some much needed rest and recovery, before hopping back to it.

Tuesday, May 8, 2018

Photo of the Week: May 7-13, 2018

Everjourney values the art of photography, a next-level craft. While not an original idea, Everjourney is eager to share weekly images that capture the essence of cycling, be it adventure, freedom, or flair. For additional images, follow along on Instagram, @EverjourneyProject.

Reed Williams, a member of Cal Poly Cycling, at the Stanford road race.

This year, for Cal Poly Cycling's road conglomerate, the Western Collegiate Cycling Conference (WCCC) season was a major point of focus. With a dedicated crew that was interested in challenging competitors on the West Coast, prior to attending national championships in Grand Junction, Colorado, plenty of travel was necessary. Here, Reed Williams, a member of Cal Poly Cycling, illustrates how we feel now that the season is complete, and we won't be bagging weekly road trips to unique destinations. It's a bummer, that's for sure.