Who We Are

Brooklyn Bicycle Company builds bikes for vivid lives—for taking adventures, reconnecting with old friends, discovering new neighbors, and exploring hidden gems. Inspired by the streets of Brooklyn, our bikes are built for style, comfort, and durability.  Made with top quality parts, crafted with care, and sold at an affordable price for real people, your bike is yours for life.  We scrutinize every component for maximum sustainability and performance, every millimeter of the frame for ultimate comfort and style.  We take pride in our process, in our products, and in the people who sell them, and we cultivate collaboration and celebrate community across cities, cultures, and passions.

What Drives Us

Our purpose is to connect people with the places they call home, fostering meaningful relationships and contributing to local economies—thereby strengthening communities the world over.  To do that, we rely on certain principles to guide us as our business grows—principles that stay true to our belief that each of our customers is more than just a sale and that each of our dealers is more than just a business partner.  
Each person with whom our bikes put us in contact is one less stranger in the world, and we can't imagine anything better than that.

 

Team


Ryan grew up one of four children in Syracuse, NY, where he learned at a young age that winning didn’t always have to be a zero sum game.  After graduating from the University at Buffalo, he spent the earlier parts of his career in software sales before a desire to become more connected with his beloved home borough led him to start Brooklyn Bicycle Company in 2011.  Ryan resides in Williamsburg, Brooklyn with his wife and two children and can be spotted riding his army green Calyer around the neighborhood, often with kids in tow.

Originally from Philadelphia, PA, Sam studied English at the University of South Carolina, where he became heavily involved with the USC Rugby program as their PR and Operations Officer. He returned to the Philadelphia area to pursue English graduate studies at Rutgers and in 2015, looking to incorporate his English education and USC operational experience, moved to Brooklyn to join Brooklyn Bicycle Co. Sam is still a big rugby fan, maintains an active lifestyle, and keeps close ties with his alma mater.

 

 

 

Andrew is from North Central CT, and has always wanted to live and work in Brooklyn. A recent graduate of Saint Anselm College with a BA in Natural Sciences, Andrew spent 7 months working in sales for SolarCity before the opportunity presented itself to move to the City and join the Brooklyn Bicycle Co. team. He's a rugby player, skier, and avid golfer, and also enjoys exploring the city to find new events, stores, museums, and bars.

 

 

Born and bred in Lexington, KY, Emily Rose moved to the Big Apple in 2006 to study theatre at NYU/Tisch. After earning her BFA, producing a country music EP (you heard right), Emily Rose realized that while a life in the biz might not be for her, a life in storytelling certainly was—so she turned to marketing, and here she is at Brooklyn Bicycle. If you ride the G train, shop at the Trader Joe’s in Brooklyn or in Lexington, or frequent thrift stores around the city, you’ll likely find her carrying too many bags and humming to herself.

 

 

 

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