Brooklyn Machine Works

Sotheby's to Auction Supreme x Brooklyn Machine Works BMX Cruiser Bike for Upwards of $50K USD
Design

Sotheby's to Auction Supreme x Brooklyn Machine Works BMX Cruiser Bike for Upwards of $50K USD

One of 36 produced exclusively for Supreme.

BBC ICECREAM and Brooklyn Machine Works Collide for Graphic-Rich Collab
Fashion

BBC ICECREAM and Brooklyn Machine Works Collide for Graphic-Rich Collab

A concise selection of striking tees.

Ultra-Rare Supreme x Brooklyn Machine Works BMX Bike Surfaces for Sale
Design

Ultra-Rare Supreme x Brooklyn Machine Works BMX Bike Surfaces for Sale

Currently going for over $47,000 USD.

adidas Consortium x Brooklyn Machine Works Cycling Shoe
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adidas Consortium x Brooklyn Machine Works Cycling Shoe

Following an initial preview last month, we now get a closer look into the latest development

A Tour of Brooklyn Machine Works
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A Tour of Brooklyn Machine Works

Prolly is Not Probably takes us on a unique tour of Brooklyn Machine Works, making headlines as


Brooklyn Machine Works x adidas Consortium Shoe Preview
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Brooklyn Machine Works x adidas Consortium Shoe Preview

With the recent explosion of interest in fixed gear and track bikes it comes as little surprise

Domeau & Peres x Pharrell Williams Brooklyn Machine Works Fixie Bike
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Domeau & Peres x Pharrell Williams Brooklyn Machine Works Fixie Bike

Teaming up once again with design duo Domeau & Peres, musician/designer Pharrell Williams

Pharrell Williams presents Element X Brooklyn Machine Works

Pharrell Williams presents Element X Brooklyn Machine Works

We recently caught up with Element’s Johnny Schillereff alongside BMW’s founder Joe Avedisian and co-owner Pharrell Williams for further insight into their project.

Brooklyn Machine Works x Element Collection
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Brooklyn Machine Works x Element Collection

Involving two well-known players in their respective industries, bike-makers Brooklyn Machine

Brooklyn Machine Works M.G. Flight 112

Brooklyn Machine Works M.G. Flight 112

DJ Clark Kent, Mi Gente Clothing, Brooklyn Machine Works, and NYC Freeride collaborated on the design of a custom single speed mountain bike, M.G. Flight 112, for the release of the Nike 112 Pack. The 112 pack consists of an Air Force 1, Air Trainer 1, and Air Max 1, all in black and neon yellow with 3M reflector and elephant print accents. The color of the bike matches that of the 112 pack, with the frame designed by Brooklyn Machine Works, and paint by Mi Gente Clothing. Now you can take flight with the new kicks and ride.

 
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