The Messenger Series was built in collaboration with the true road warriors, the salt of the earth - bike messengers of New York City. These bikes are built to be strong and responsive with a triple triangle, triple butted 4130 chromoly steel frames and 32 spoke H Plus Son rims. Quick and agile with a carbon fork and SRAM crankset, this beast of a bike is ready to deliver.
Hewlett-Packard (@HP) stopped by the Tribe Bicycle Co. HQ in Red Hook, Brooklyn to document a day at Tribe! We had a blast with HP crew - wheelies, testing out a few of the new HP products, and introducing them to our Tribe (including our office dogs Toots and Meimei)!
The Tribe team gathered on a beautiful Sunday afternoon to tag the roof of the Tribe Bicycle Co. HQ and toss around the ol pig skin. Tribe riders Johnson and Ribs used their street graffiti skills to leave their mark on Red Hook - while someone else painted a toilet gold...
When buying a bike one of the most common questions is "which type of handlebar is right for me?" The answer depends a lot on your preference of riding style and purpose of riding. For example, if you're going for a long workout ride or if you're commuting to your office. In this article we breakdown the most common types of handlebars used when riding fixed gear, single speed bikes.
The tribal Maori people of New Zealand created the dance known as the “Haka.” It is utterly ferocious and unnerving, leaving a permanent mark on those that cross its path to be forever remembered and respected. Our Haka fixed gear, single speed cruiser does the same, affecting all that come across its relentless matte black color scheme.
For those of you looking to alter your gear ratio, you can do so by changing the rear cog, which will affect the denominator of the ratio. You can also change the number of teeth in the chainring - or you can do both!