Supreme/Brooklyn Machine Works collab

23 03 2018

Brace yourself for some sticker shock….

Supreme and Brooklyn Machine Works teamed up to create a collab cruiser…with a $47,000* price tag! Yowza!

I’m not sure who this was created for specifically…but you can probably build quite a quiver of bikes (or stock a decent-sized bike shop) with that kind of outlay.

*rough conversion of 5,000,000 yen.

Brooklyn Machine Works brings back a 24

14 09 2015

It’s been a minute since Brooklyn Machine Works has had a 24″ cruiser in its lineup (they offered a cruiser in 1997 and later, their Pooky cruiser in 2004) but it looks like the wait has been worth it!

The company, backed by Pharrell Williams and Nigel Sylvester, has a history of interesting bikes and projects.

This cruiser, built in the USA, is no different. Constructed out of 4130 Cro-Mo, it features all the modern touches, such as an integrated headset, 14MM dropouts and a mid bottom bracket.

BMW CRUISER MattRaw buildIt has a nice, versatile geometry which means that you can probably ride this bike just about anywhere — street, trails, even the track.

Here’s a breakdown of the specs:

  • Top Tube: 21.8″
  • Head Angle: 73° (Integrated)
  • Seat Angle: 73°
  • Chain Stay: 14.75″-15.25″
  • BB: 12.2″ (Mid)
  • Dropouts: 14mm
  • Brake Mounts: V-Brake

You can score one of these bad boys in Matte Raw, Yellow, Green and Night Sky Blue.


(I’m digging that Night Sky Blue!)