Gallery: Brooklyn Cruiser Bikes Offer a Smooth Ride, Carrying Capacity ...

For those of us that live in Brooklyn, our bikes are more than just about transporting ourselves. They are about transporting our food from the farmers market, our laundry from the cleaners, and our curbside finds to our humble — and spacious — New York abodes. That’s why the Brooklyn Cruiser is probably the perfect fit for the Brooklynite looking for a smooth ride around town. Their vintage inspired frames will have you looking cool and their built-in cargo holders will keep all your goods safe and sound while scooting down the ever increasing BK bike lanes.

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  1. ridefriendly December 17, 2012 at 9:25 pm

    BikeeER- your information is wrong. Bowery Lane builds their bikes in a Williamsburg Brooklyn where they share space with a small welding shop- not with Worksmans. I know, I\\\’ve seen the shop. They tried using the Worksmans factory (as a space to work with) in the beginning with the first batch of bikes, but moved out on their own soon after. Also, the design isn\\\’t Worksmans.. Also, no company as far as I know had a bike designed with a wooden crate before Bowery Lane. So, who are you trying to fool?

  2. BikeeEr April 9, 2012 at 1:53 pm

    You do realize that worksmen actually makes Bowery lane bikes right? And Bowery lane is just a marketing company that steals ideas from small batch hand builders across the us, right?

  3. fitheach December 11, 2011 at 9:49 pm

    You do realize these bikes are copying Bowery Lane Bicycles, don’t you? Bowery Lane Started in 2008, they are the first company in the U.S. to do the wooden crate design on the back and front, and they actually manufacture and assemble their bikes in Brooklyn and Manhattan.

    Brooklyn Cruiser is made and assembled in China, they just slapped on the name Brooklyn..