NYC can support an almost unlimited amount of bike shops. Even to the point where specialized boutiques can thrive. That’s where GRIME Bikes‘ storefront comes in. They won’t fix your flat or adjust your derailleur, but they’ve got everything you need to get your fixed freestyle bike rolling and more. I wasn’t around for the grand opening of the store, but I caught up with Mike and Joey on Saturday to take some photos of their space in Chinatown.
Check out more photos from my Farewell NYC Shop Visit to GRIME Bikes below.
Grime was born on the streets of NYC by Joey Krillz, Wonka and Mike.
Krillz spent years messengering here in the city and felt like it was time for a company to be made that was owned and operated by riders.
Their 26″-specific Yo Mang! frames shook the foundations of the fixed freestyle world when they were unveiled.
Less than a year later, the guys have a brick and mortar store in Chinatown.
Swing through, pick up some clothes, bike parts and drink from the Grime Stein! This shop is one of the most unique storefronts in NYC and is highly recommended. Check out a ton of photos at my slideshow below.
These photos are also on my Flickr.
191 Henry St
New York, NY 10002