Tuesday, May 25, 2010
We've got some revised Launchpad frames making it out of the shop this week. They have more rear tire clearance, and some lighter tubing has dropped about a 1/4 pound of weight from the frame. They're currently available in a few different colors besides the usual red, black, and clear. MSRP is $800 for the frameset. That includes one of the new, custom drawn, butted, and heat-treated V2. "Clusterforks" and we'll even throw in a Brooklyn headset. The forks are currently available on their own at a MSRP of $149 and come in a semigloss black finish.
Posted by BrooklynMachineWorks at 2:46 PM
Friday, May 14, 2010
Tuesday, May 4, 2010
The first of the new generation of hardtail frames from Brooklyn are starting to make their way out into the world now. The "Big Ben" is our 26" wheel hardtail. It has a parallel 70 degree HT and ST angle, 22.375" TT, 15.75" CS, .75" BB drop, and is currently weighing in at 4lbs. 14oz. of made in Brooklyn niceness. The top and down tubes are True Temper Supertherm BMX tubing and the MSRP is $700. Here's a shot of Joe's bike built up and ready for summer. Look for Jim Davage and John Hewitt to be running these on the 4X and dirt jumping scene in the UK in the near future.
Also, check out a feature from last week that John from Prolly is not Probably did on our somewhat jumbled shop. Thanks a lot John.
Posted by BrooklynMachineWorks at 4:15 PM
We now have the new version of the Clusterfork in stock and ready to ship. They're currently available in a semi-gloss black with more colors on the way.
Axle-to-crown = 410mm
Rake = 32mm
Weight = 1180 grams
MSRP = $150
The steerer tube is 275mm long and it features custom butted, drawn, and heat-treated tubing.
Clearance is shown with a 40c Michelin tire.
Posted by BrooklynMachineWorks at 3:45 PM
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