The last story from our trip to the Big Apple. For this one, we dig up a little bike culture in Brooklyn.
After leaving Autodromo’s offices in Brooklyn, I decided to wander. Bradley very kindly showed me the Promenade, which overlooks the Hudson and also gives an unfettered view of the Lower Manhattan skyline, which is impressive in itself.
Continue reading “New York City – Union Garage.”
We sat down with Bradley Price of Autodromo, a brand that we’ve been fans of for a while. This is our second story of three from New York City.
No, this isn’t Hodinkee and no, we’re not turning into a lifestyle blog.
Now that we’ve got that out of the way, you must be wondering why we’ve got a photograph with watches as the header image for this post.
We will explain in due course, while also introducing you to Autodromo.
Continue reading “New York City – Officine Autodromo.”
We visited New York City for a couple of days late in May. Here is the first of three stories, enjoy!
Think of a city with a good car scene and I’m sure New York City won’t be at the top of that list. In fact I doubt it’d be third, or even fifth. The high population density, potholed roads and incessant congestion – both pedestrian and automobile – make it less than enjoyable for someone who wants to really enjoy a car.
So, what happens if you’re a car enthusiast and you happen to stay in New York City?
Continue reading “New York City – A visit to the Classic Car Club.”