New York City Recumbent Supply
Specializing in high quality HP Velotechnik and Cruzbike recumbent bikes and trikes. Other brands available by special order.
Please note: the shop will be temporarily closed till Feb. 4, 2015.
Demos, sales and service by appointment only.
Conveniently located in the “cultural heart of Brooklyn,” near the Brooklyn Museum of Art, Botanical Garden, Zoo and Library. Easy access by bike, car or subway.
Demo and lessons take place in beautiful, historic Prospect Park and on separated bike paths free of cars.
Phone: (646) 233-1219
Shop Hours: Mon. – Fri. 10am – 6pm
E-mail: RMatson [at] TheInnovationWorks [dot] com
Note: When you call, please leave a message if I (Robert) don’t pick up. This is a one-man shop and when it’s busy I may be unable to take your call.
New York City Recumbent Supply is a premium dealer of HP Velotechnik expedition-quality recumbent bikes and trikes with most their models in stock for demos and lessons. We’re also a premiere dealer of Cruzbike road and race bikes, and keep their full line in stock for look-sees, demo rides and lessons.
– Well-made recumbents built for commuting, multi-day touring, racing, day rides on bike paths, or just generally improving your quality of life.
- Small recumbent bikes, trikes and tandems that fit in city homes, elevators, trains and small cars, including folding and “short wheelbase” recumbents.
- Expedition quality touring and commuting recumbents, panniers, lights, racks, tires and accessories.
- Helping urban ‘bent riders along the East Coast, from Maine to Georgia.
- Giving a darn. In this case, about good bikes, decent folks, and a healthy planet.
Discounts on 2011 Volae seats:
Volae Carbon Fiber hardshell seat, size medium. Was
$455. Yours for $315.
One seat left.
Volae updated their seats for 2012. This is the classic narrow “race” version from 2011 and before. Includes hardware and foam pad.
Call: (646) 233-1219
Website copyr. 2008-2015
The Innovation Works, Inc.
Photos of HP Velotechnik bikes, courtesy of HP Velotechnik. Photos of people: anonymous and sometimes Robert Matson.