Thursday, July 31, 2008
Wednesday, July 23, 2008
The first person to recognize what this is and where it came from will recieve a Brooklyn Machine Works dental gift basket.
Drop us an Email with your entries. Or submit your choice on the forums.
In other tooth related news, a gigantic can of Redbull pulled up to the shop to give us cans of a drink that's as equally good for your heart as it is for your tooth enamel.
giant insulated beverage cooler strapped to your back.
Posted by BrooklynMachineWorks at 4:55 PM
Friday, July 18, 2008
The boys at the new Thrashbike.com are throwing down in the city this weekend, sessioning all the major spots (and a few hidden ones) before heading to the Brooklyn Banks on Sunday for a an open street MTB jam.
Expect to see Brooklyn representing on the banks and in the judging tables, scoping out the talent and working in the latest versions of the ACL. See you there.
Posted by BrooklynMachineWorks at 2:32 PM
Wednesday, July 16, 2008
Last Saturday the city was host to the biggest inaugural alleycat of the year- the Courier Classic where teams of three riders and a dispatch raced for cash and the title of the fastest team of messengers in New York.
Thumbs up (way to go, congrats, etc... we're running out). You make this shiz look easy.
Posted by BrooklynMachineWorks at 7:34 PM
Friday, July 4, 2008
Posted by BrooklynMachineWorks at 4:21 AM
Wednesday, July 2, 2008
The crew over at NYCMTB are holding their second annual All City cross country race, the only legal mountainbike race series on the island of Manhattan, with $1000 in cash prizes.
• The course has been expanded to 4 miles from the 2.125 miles of last
year. The course includes more urban park terrain including stairs, paved paths with broken pavement, graffiti'd overpasses, etc., and the non-singletrack sections will make the race a bit less brutal than last year, and less repetitious.
• Please use tough tires. The Highbridge trails are urban trails, and although we scour the trails before the race to remove debris and glass, there is no way for us to remove everything. Paper-thin race tires are not suitable for the course. [Edit:That means you, racerboys]
Pre-registration is $30, $40 the day of. Junior classes only 5 bucks.
For more information or bikereg, Click here.
Posted by BrooklynMachineWorks at 12:36 PM
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