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Photoshoots! with Hewlett-Packard (HP)

November 16, 2015

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)! 

See below for more images and keep an eye out for Tribe in future HP branding.

Tribe Bicycle Co. Brooklyn New York
Tribe Bicycle Co. Brooklyn New York Fixed Gear Bike
Tribe Bicycle Co. Brooklyn New York Fixed Gear Bike
Tribe Bicycle Co. Brooklyn New York Fixed Gear Bike
Tribe Bicycle Co. Brooklyn New York Fixed Gear Bike
Tribe Bicycle Co. Brooklyn New York Fixed Gear Bike
Tribe Bicycle Co. Brooklyn New York Fixed Gear Bike
Tribe Bicycle Co. Brooklyn New York Fixed Gear Bike
Tribe Bicycle Co. Brooklyn New York Fixed Gear Bike
Tribe Bicycle Co. Brooklyn New York Fixed Gear Bike

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