Similar to our Brooklyn Cruiser City Bikes, we have added accessories that are both accessible and the type of accessories we would love to find under our tree this holiday season, said Founder Ryan Patrick.
Brooklyn, NY (PRWEB) November 02, 2011
Brooklyn Cruiser, a designer and manufacturer of vintage inspired commuter bikes, has added a selection of accessories to its product offerings just in time for the holiday season. Whether bike-lovers across the country prefer dutch bikes or city bikes, Brooklyn Cruiser has a number of bike-themed gifts for the cyclists and non-cyclists alike. Bike accessories are available from under $20 dollars to $499.
- Magnetic BKLYN Bike Reflectors: Under $20, these magnetic Brooklyn-themed bike reflectors can be magnetically attached to a jacket, bag, or even bike frame helping cyclist be more visible from dusk until dawn. Designed and made in Brooklyn by designer Vanessa Marie Robinson from the For Love of Bikes blog. Price: $19.99
- Hub & Bespoke Helmet Cover: Retrofit helmets with these super stylish handmade designer covers that will turn heads while you ride. Specially designed by Hub & Bespoke in Seattle. Price: $29.99
- Brooklyn Cruiser Carroll Gardens Ladies’ Bike or Bedford Men’s Bike: No bike-lovers gift guide would be complete without an actual bike of course. Brooklyn Cruiser bikes are perfect for a ride around town with friends or getting to class or work in style. The genuine leather dual coil saddle, swept back handle bars, and newly re-introduced Sturmey Archer 2-speed kick shift hub allows riders to shift gears with a quick pedal motion backward. Price: $499
- ClankWorks Pinch Bike Stand: Handcrafted from bamboo wood, the stylish Pinch Bike Stand flexes and clamps onto the wheel of the bike when set inside. When ready to ride, it only takes a simple pull to release the bike. Price: $89
“Similar to our Brooklyn Cruiser city bikes, we have added accessories that are both accessible and the type of accessories we would love to find under our tree this holiday season,” said Founder Ryan Patrick. “We selected a highly edited assortment of products from across the United States at a number of different price points so there’s an option for everyone,” he added.
Established in 2011, Brooklyn Cruiser mirrors the same iconic qualities of Brooklyn itself - accessibility, durability, and original style. Brooklyn Cruiser bikes are sold online and in retail stores. All accessories can be found on http://www.brooklyncruiser.com. Bikes ship 90 percent assembled, but Brooklyn Cruiser recommends having a mechanic test the bike for safety before riding. Bikes can be delivered fully assembled in Manhattan, Brooklyn or Queens. For retail information, contact Ryan Patrick at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (800) 631-0630. Brooklyn Cruiser is based in Williamsburg, Brooklyn.