To ring in Bicycle Day 2018 we are excited to welcome in Roger Steffens & The Family Acid as the family team joins us for their debut RUN featuring four new blotter editions pulled from Steffens' iconic photos. After being drafted for the Vietnam War, Steffens' ingrained nature to document the historic shines through in these photos, always seeming to be at the right place at the right time with his camera. After coming back to the US, Steffens continued to lecture against the war and do everything in his power to show what was going on there. After reading a piece in Rolling Stone describing the emerging reggae scene, Steffens would begin a life long love affair with reggae, going on to write dozens of books about the life and times of Bob Marley, even lecturing? on the subject at the US Library of Congress last year. Working in tandem with Steffens' daughter Kate and the family's latest ongoing project The Family Acid, we're happy to unveil four new blotter editions featuring Ken Kesey, the intimate Folk Fest, an iconic gas station sign snapped on the way to the historic Altamont concert and a serendipitous bus under a rainbow in Marrakech. Read on for this historic look into a small cross section of The Family Acid's archives of nearly 500,000 slide, negative and digital photos below as we dive right in for Bicycle Day 2018. . .