Summer temps have finally dropped here in Brooklyn, and while we're not ones to complain about the heat, it would be nice to have trails like these to look forward to at the end of a sweaty day in the shop.
Wednesday, July 29, 2009
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The Wbase crew has been going hard in Japan, and pointed us to Tokyo local Toku who has been blowing up the Japanese scene on his Gangsta Track. We were impressed, and sent him a 40cm to represent! We hope to work with him closely for everything new rolling out of Brooklyn Machine Works in the next few months.
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Saturday, July 4, 2009
Happy 4th of July, a day of celebration that makes every American's chest swell with pride.
This weekend the boss is upstate with the Family leaving the rest of us to play in Brooklyn.
For this independence day, we'll show you a take on the classic drunken melon, done BMW style.
First, get the biggest watermelon you can fit into a cooler or fridge, and cut off the top to expose the fleshy goodness within:
The next step is to make room for booze by coring the center of the melon. There are a few different ways to do this, but poking around the shop we found that our seatpost makes a slammin' melon corer:
Flip the melon upside down for 30 minutes or so to let any excess juices flow out of the melon, then pack it upright in ice.
Fill the melon to the top, then squeeze the sides a bit to let the booze flow between the slices in the melon. Cover it in the cooler, go ride bikes (we laced some wheels), give it at least 6 hours or so, then choose one of the 30,000 BKLYN rooftop parties with some patriotic honies, watch some fireworks, and sing songs of celebration. Hot damn we love this country!
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