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Urban Bike Company Introduces Bike Crate for Commuting in Style


Brooklyn Cruiser Offers Hip, Yet Practical Handcrafted Wooden Bike Crates for Easy Commuting

Brooklyn, NY (PRWEB) October 29, 2012

Commuter bike company Brooklyn Cruiser is introducing a vintage-inspired wooden bike crate that is functional and will add a splash of style to any urban bike. Bike carriers have typically simply been a means to conveniently carry stuff without the use of heavy bags or backpacks – until now.

Made in the USA, these handcrafted wooden bike crates are laser etched with the Brooklyn Cruiser logo and detailed with brass tacked metal corners. The crates are easy to install and can be attached to any bike with a rear carrier. To assemble, riders simply bolt the enclosed wooden clamps through the rear carrier to the bracket below.

“With the growing interest in biking, many people are now choosing to bike to work, to the gym or to other places that require you to tote along items,” said Brooklyn Cruiser President Ryan Zagata. “With our new wooden crate, riders can fit everything they need for the day in a solid wooden box that will also add a dash of dapper to your bike,” he added.

The wooden box crates are available for $79.99 at or at select retail locations across the country.

Men's lifestyle expert and urban bike connoisseur, George Hahn recently said about Brooklyn Cruiser bike crates, “Whoever originally thought of this little mini-trunk for two-wheel travelers had the right idea.” He added, “Nowadays, I can't imagine a bicycle without it.”

About Brooklyn Cruiser

Established in 2011, Brooklyn Cruiser mirrors the same iconic qualities of Brooklyn itself - accessibility, durability, and original style. Brooklyn Cruiser city bikes can be found at retail locations across the country or can be purchased online at with prices starting at $579. For more information, contact Ryan Zagata at info(at)brooklyncruiser(dot)com or call (800) 631-0630. Brooklyn Cruiser is based in Williamsburg, Brooklyn.

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