Jesse had the pleasure of going over to Seth Rosko’s workshop recently and brought his camera to snap some photos of the space.
Seth has been making racing frames for over 20 years and has a humble workspace in Brooklyn where he builds mostly bicycle and motorcycle frames. It was an immense pleasure getting to meet him, and see his workshop. Thanks for welcoming me and my camera!
We visited our friends at LQQK Studio to pick up our restock of the Casual Hand design tees and hoodies yesterday. Jesse came by and snapped some shots of their work space. From the small crew, the constantly spinning turntable, and the relaxed vibes, these guys have a great thing going and we’re humbled to be working with them.
Red Hook Crit vibes set off righteously by Will of Van Zee Sign Co. in our shop last week. He’s our go-to guy for all our sign needs.
On the Thursday before the Crit we held a meet and greet event for Andrew Low, owner and founder of Low// handmade bicycles. Our biggest event turnout yet, the shop was filled with positive vibes. We provided an open floor space for owners of a Low// frames to showcase their rides and an opportunity to meet the man behind Low//.
The Deluxe Cycles team faced obstacles during their time at the Red Hook Criterium. Three of our four team riders managed to qualify but were all affected by the crashes that took place in both the women’s and men’s main race. Hannah Raymond qualified for the main race but was brought down by a crash in the women’s field in the final laps. In the men’s field, Cooper Ray and Willis Johnson were both taken down by the
Kenji, a good friend and supporter of Deluxe Cycles stopped by to check up on the progress of his No. 22 Broken Arrow build. He happened to roll through with his son Enzo, his daughter Akira and his father Ellis.
Moe is a good friend of Deluxe cycles. He stopped by today to put on some new bar tape. His love for purple has lead him to his newest build, No.22 Little Wing frameset with a purple anodized finish. Super clean!!