Monday, April 20, 2009

Monday Morning.

Here's a few shots of a new 09 shorty for all of you to enjoy on this most productive of Monday Mornings.

Friday, April 17, 2009

Lawd bless these Dirt Jumps.

The boys at have launched a new website where you can find ride guides, updates on races, and all the chatter about bikes in the city, including tomorrows annual Blessing of the Bikes at St. John the Devine in Morningside heights:

Once riders get their bless on, they're only a few pedals away from the Highbridge trails, where the NYCMB crew will be busy digging trails. Come out, grab a shovel, and help shape up the park for another excellent summer of riding the only legal MTB trails in Manhattan.

(photo ganked from Kyle Ebbett)

Friday, April 10, 2009

Friday Night Lights

A few months ago one of us moved into a converted knitting factory closer to the shop. One of the rooms was filled with trash and and old fridge, and we found a better use for the space...

(photo stolen without permission from Doug D)
...and Friday nights have never been the same. Check out some mini-rampage from Dan Bowhers riding 24"s on his Brooklyn Park...brakeless. Holla.

Brooklyn Machine Works 007 from Dan Bowhers on Vimeo.

Wednesday, April 8, 2009

Update from the crew maintaining the jumps at Cunningham:

"Hi Folks,

Sorry for the last minute notice but we are having two back to back days of trail work at Cunningham this week.

Wednesday and Thursday from 3pm till 7pm

More days to come in the near future...stay tuned!
Michael Vitti
CLIMB President
NY State Trails Council Member"

Tuesday, April 7, 2009

Southern Hemisphere Holla.

The good folks at Endless Trail Bikeworx shipped a pair of Brooklyn Racelinks to Costa Rica for a week of riding with Big Mountain Bike adventures.

"The trip was was filled with tight, super steep,fast, flowy trails with descents lasting up two hours. Our Racelinks ate it up with no problem as always! Everyone was amazed by the bikes, no one had ever scene one up close. Everyone we let try out the rigs were very impressed with the performance and handling of the bike."

Check out the ETBW Photo Gallery for more ride pics.

Thursday, April 2, 2009


We're expanding our run of the XL 50cm Gangsta Track, the longest and tallest version of the Brooklyn fixed frame.
Stock colors are standard Black and Neon Orange which has been eye-searingly popular across Europe.

like this one out in France:
and this one to Italy:
The fit is akin to a roomy 58-60cm square frame, so if you're looking for a little BKLYN love in your big frame, give us a call and we'll get you rollin' soon.