TRIBE x BLKWD : Block Party

September 23, 2014

Tribe Bicycle Co. Red Hook Brooklyn


Tribe Bicycle Co. and BLKWD Inc. invite you to our open house BLOCK PARTY! 

When? Saturday Sep. 27th starting at 3:30 pm
Where? 252 & 254 Van Brunt St. Brooklyn (Red Hook)
Who? You! And...

BLKWD Inc. - Fabricators of custom furniture and fixtures for the home, retail and commercial space. These guys make beautiful furniture designs out of a wide array of materials and are also known to be very experienced break dancers. (

Tribe Bicycle Co. - Brooklyn's latest and greatest bicycle brand. Fresh off the boat from Hong Kong, these boys are looking to make a splash and change the global bicycle market. We've been told they have great hair but you'll have to decide for yourselves. (

Why? Both businesses just opened up in lovely Red Hook have decided to join forces to celebrate. We'll have our doors open to display our products and are really looking forward to throwing down for our friends and customers. Oh, and to answer your question, yes, we will be serving complimentary adult beverages at both locations. THIS SATURDAY AFTERNOON - come on down!

Check out the event on Facebook and hit us up if you have any questions regarding transportation (**cough cough buy a bike already cough**) or any other general inquiries!




Questions or concerns? Hit us up! 

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