• Papillionaire  New york
  • Founded in 2009 by an Australian family, today Papillionaire spans the globe, bringing European-inspired bicycles to savvy city commuters from Melbourne to New York. The Brooklyn headquarters, located in Red Hook, doubles as a fully-functioning bike shop and a showroom for the four classic styles designed and manufactured in a variety of colors by the Aussie company. Each vintage Dutch style option strikes the balance between urban chic and… More info
    390 Van Brunt St, Brooklyn, Brooklyn, NY 11231
  • Uncle funky's boards New york
  • How can a shop born out of frustration evoke such passion? Ask Jeff Gaites, co-owner of Uncle Funky’s Boards, and he’ll tell you that the impetus to open the shop came from a dangerous lack of resources for longboarders in New York City. Fed up with the poor advice and limited range of products out there, Gaites and his wife, Kristen Howard, decided to fill the gap and started running a shop out of their apartment. As word spread, their business… More info
    128 Charles St, Manhattan, New York, NY 10014
  • Pilgrim surf + supply New york
  • Some people may be surprised to see a surf shop in the middle of the concrete jungle of Brooklyn, but it turns out that Pilgrim Surf + Supply has found their niche in what is a surprisingly large urban surf culture. Owner Chris Gentile is a visual artist, art professor and avid surfer who opened the space in 2012 to offer the best of what’s available in the surf market, tailored to the needs New York City surfers. The shop houses an impressive… More info
    68 North 3rd St, Brooklyn, New York, NY 11211
  • 718 cyclery New york
  • Joe Nocella was stuck in an unending cycle of desks and computer screens working as an architect in fast-paced New York City. One day his bike was stolen, and when he decided to build a replacement himself, 718 Cyclery was created along with it. The spacious bike shop, located in the Prospect Heights neighborhood of Brooklyn, caters to everyone from bike enthusiasts to novices. Nocella stocks the store with standard riding gear, but the true… More info
    254 3rd Ave, Brooklyn, New York, NY 11215
  • Upper 90 New york
  • Soccer is the world’s sport, drawing fans and players from around the globe. And in New York – a truly international city – Upper 90 provides a hub for all of the city's diverse soccer lovers. The name is a clever double entendre, standing for both the upper corner of soccer nets and the fact that the original shop is located on 94th Street in Upper Manhattan. When founded, Upper 90 filled a unique niche in the city, carrying every major brand of… More info
    697 Amsterdam Ave, Manhattan, New York, NY 10025
  • Five stride skate shop New york
  • The Gotham Girls Roller Derby is New York City’s only all-female, do-it-yourself roller derby league, but its members are far from the only people in New York who like to roller skate. Aware of that fact, and recognizing the lack of resources for roller skaters in the city, a few members of the Gotham Girls decided to respond. Five Stride Skate Shop was born. Today, the shop is equipped to outfit and assist a wide range of customers, from the… More info
    455 Graham Ave, Brooklyn, Brooklyn, NY 11222
  • Landmark vintage bicycles New york
  • Landmark Bicycles' East Village location opened in 2008, after fans of shop owner Chung Pai's film Love on a Bicycle asked him where they could purchase the stylish vintage bikes from the movie. Now Landmark offers both used and new bikes, and Pai expanded east to Brooklyn in 2011, where he opened a larger store on the other side of the Williamsburg Bridge, catering to bike commuters who can ride over as early as 8am with their cycling needs… More info
    43 Ave A (Corner E3rd), Manhattan, New York, NY 10009
  • Landmark vintage bicycles New york
  • Landmark Bicycles' East Village location opened in 2008, after fans of shop owner Chung Pai's film Love on a Bicycle asked him where they could purchase the stylish vintage bikes from the movie. Now Landmark offers both used and new bikes, and Pai expanded east to Brooklyn in 2011, where he opened a larger store on the other side of the Williamsburg Bridge, catering to bike commuters who can ride over as early as 8am with their cycling needs… More info
    376 Bedford Ave, Brooklyn, Brooklyn, NY 11211
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