A Little Bit of Brooklyn All Over America (and Beyond!)
Recently, over the course of just seven days, we saw city bike riders from every corner of the United States–and some in Canada & Mexico, too!–posting pictures of themselves exploring their communities on Brooklyn Bicycles. We’re incredibly proud and honored to see a company born right here in Brooklyn improving the lives of people in places we’ve never even been, and we’d like to share all the great places people are going by bike–and how a Brooklyn Bicycle can go far beyond Brooklyn.
There are Brooklyn Bicycles in…
Starting right here in our own neighborhood, @bitchcakes (known IRL as Sheryl Yvette) of Greenpoint posted this badass photo taken by @paneburro (known IRL as Matteo de Mayda). Yes, her pink bicycle does match her pink corset–and that lil streak of pink hair.
This beautiful shot was taken in the Boston area, along the Minuteman Bikeway by @itsjeankim. Those wide open spaces are right out of a Dixie Chicks number–though, in this instance, more like a Yankee Chicks number.
Detroit might be called Motor City–and the shot below was even taken by @motorcitymangia–but as these two pics illustrate, it’s also pretty great for city bikes. We’re not sure how many times @marinapiagoldi made bae ride back & forth in front of the above mural to get this shot, but it was totally worth it.
There are lots of wonderful bike shops throughout North America carrying our city bikes, and one of them is the community-oriented Local Hub Bicycle Co., who took this great photo of a Brooklyn Bicycle at a Dallas farmers’ market. (Side note: everyone is welcome to send us peaches.)
Instagrammer @kdunmyre and her husband have tons of fun on their city bikes, and here’s yet another beautiful shot from their adventures in Phoenix.
Velo Trap is a new bike shop in Sacramento–and this pic is the start of a beautiful friendship between the two of us. The bike’s name is Pegasus, and it had just been purchased by @madaraneko1122, who’s keeping us updated on all of Pegasus’s adventures via instagram.
And even a Brooklyn Bicycle or two in…
…and in La Paz, Mexico!
Thought we’d end with this gorgeous pic from @romanalilic to hold you over until spring…which isn’t too far away!
So you see: City bikes are great whether you live somewhere cold, somewhere hot, somewhere urban, or somewhere not–and if you look closely, there’s probably a Brooklyn Bicycle roaming around your city, leading the way to delightfully instagrammable adventures.