Trackstar has been supporting New York City races for years. They are an institution and a mainstay and they kicked off this whole thing about "track bike boutiques" by doing it right - a great shop and an excellent resource.
Continuum Cycles does right by the racinng scene and by the rest of the neighborhood, too, and we're glad to have them back on board.
NYC Velo has a rep for being a great neighborhood racing shop. Plus, Laek House got their start in their basement.
Bike Works NYC employs one of the best wheelbuilders in the city, Arone. Since we foresee crashing, it's only right to offer prizes that help address likely damages.
You heard of Brooklyn Machine Works back when your older brother was into downhill bikes, and now you can't wait to get your hands on a Gangsta Track.
Taliah Lempert does bicycle portraits - how cool is that?
Ghostship Clothing, from CT, made us awesome Tracklocross shirts last year and we're psyched to have them back!
Mishka has been hooking up riders thanks to Prolly.
The Elm City Scorchers are New Haven's bad-ass bike crew. They throw some brutal alleycats and some extremely friendly parties... their races are always so well organized and I can't believe more NYC people don't take the 90 minute train ride up there to race more often. Glad to have them on board.
Swrve makes some great gear for the urban cyclist!
Outlier is getting into the game with some high-tec fabrics.
Urban Velo is a magazine about riding bikes in cities and they've sent us a full box of stuff.