Proceeds From Apparel Sales Will Benefit Ethan Gillim Chasin’ A Dream Foundation and Roadracing World Action Fund.

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Due to the popularity of the branded cycling apparel that they produced and sold last year, Team95 has created a new line of branded cycling jerseys and bib shorts. For 2018, Team95 has partnered with GIANT Bicycles USA to produce the cycling kit, with the sales proceeds earmarked to benefit the Ethan Gillim Chasin’ A Dream Foundation and the Roadracing World Action Fund.

A jersey and bib shorts are priced at $195 for the set. The jersey alone is $95, and the bib shorts alone are $100. Please place your order by Friday, May 18, and use PayPal to direct funds to Team95racing95@gmail.com. Also, be sure to click “Send money to friends and family” and specify the size(s) you want in the optional note.

Last year, Team95 raised more than $800 from the sale of their branded cycling apparel, which went directly to the Ethan Gillim Chasin’ A Dream Foundation and the Roadracing World Action Fund. They’re hoping that this year’s Team95 cycling apparel sales will surpass last year’s fundraising total.

About The Ethan Gillim Chasin’ A Dream Foundation

The Ethan Gillim Chasin’ A Dream Foundation was created due to the tragic and untimely passing of 10-year-old racer Ethan Gillim due to a racing incident that occurred in 2007. Ethan was a relative of the Haydens, America’s first family of racing, 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 both the Foundation and Team95 were created. The Foundation’s and Team95’s collective goal is to outfit kids who are racing motorcycles with the best-possible safety gear and also help them improve their riding skills.

To donate to the Ethan Gillim Chasin’ A Dream Foundation, mail your contributions to: Kustom Kwik Print, Attn: Team95, 1911 Breckenridge Street, Owensboro, KY 42303.

About The Roadracing World Action Fund

The Roadracing World Action Fund is a 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization. Thanks to contributions from friends, fans, and families of racers, as well as from the motorcycle industry at large, the Roadracing World Action Fund promotes motorcycle racing safety, and in particular, encourages and facilitates the use of soft air barriers at motorcycle racing events.