Bicycle Habitat, NYC’s premiere bicycle shop is teaming up with amazing non-profit Recycle-a-bicycle, for a trade-in event at BH’s newest Brooklyn location in Park Slope.
Here are more details from BH’s Blog (bicyclehabitat.wordpress.com)
“Clean out your bike room, for a good cause.
This Sunday, weâ€™re hosting a bike trade-in from 11am-3pm at [...]
Just saw this on twitter:
Bicycle Habitat is coming to Brooklyn’s Park Slope neighborhood!
On May 15th, we’re opening a new store in Park Slope, Brooklyn — 5th Ave @ 10th Street
Welcome to the newest shop up in Albany, NY…Broadway Bicycle Shop. Here is an article from the Business Review.
Downtown Albany bicycle shop holds grand opening today. by Michael DeMasi–Tuesday, April 26, 2011
Broadway Bicycle Co., a bike shop designed for everyone from children on training wheels to blazing-fast racers, holds its [...]
(photo from Cyclonesia.com) Leader USA has been paving the way with track and road frames for a while now. Tight geometry made for urban street riding. Massan shown here ripping up the streets of San Francisco
Macaframa x Leader Ad from Dan Arel on Vimeo.
Their also in the freestyle fixed gear scene as [...]
February 1st, 7:00pm
Everyone’s favorite 80′s bike messenger movie…Quicksilver. At Park Slope’s newest bikes shop,
718 Cyclery 461 7th Ave. Brooklyn
My good friend Joe at 718 Cyclery is expanding his vision of collaborative bike building and opening a bike shop. Tomorrow is the grand opening of his store. Come by to 461 7th Ave. (between 16th St and Windsor Pl) in Park Slope Brooklyn and take a look.
Joe caters to commuting cyclists who [...]
Pablo and Adam have a new bike shop in Brooklyn called: Green Point Bikes. They’ve got a huge space selling, as the website puts it: Rescued, Recycled and Renewed. So if your looking for a completely overhauled used/vintage bike by top notch mechanics, come on down to 1078 Manhattan Ave. (between Eagle St. & [...]
Joe Nocella, of 718 Cyclery has this really cool concept about outfitting people with the perfect urban commuter. He calls it collaborative builds and it basically works like this: You pick out a frame, generally an old school ten speed or some gem either you find or he finds it, mostly on ebay or [...]
Here is a video from the Wall Street Journal, who is realizing that bicycles are “good business.” It’s the story of Manhattan’s new bike building operation, Bowery Lane Bicycles.
From their site:
Bowery Lane Bicycles are built in Queens, N.Y., and sold to folks looking for a leisurely ride, and retails stores [...]