This bike garage near the Graham Ave stop on the L train is an ideal clubhouse for Williamsburg and Greenpoint's bike obsessives. With hand-painted windows sporting a 1920s and '30s theme and backpacks hanging from a stuffed deer's head inside, it certainly fits in with the neighborhood's aesthetic. Don't expect to find vintage cruisers, however: This shop is serious about fixed-gear rides, with brands like Charge, Cinelli, Swobo and Surly ($600–$2,000) taking up the floor. The well-curated selection features only about 18 to 24 bikes at a time, allowing space for ample accessories, like Freight Baggage messenger backpacks and shoulder bags ($130–$300) and caps with "BROOKLYN" printed across the bill ($16).
|Venue name:||King Kog||Contact:|
453 Graham Ave
||Cross street:||between Meeker and Richardson Sts|
|Opening hours:||Mon–Fri noon–7pm; Sat, Sun noon–6pm.|
|Transport:||Subway: L to Graham Ave|
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