Tokyobike Collaborates with New Balance; Returning Permanently to the Bowery in March

Posted on: January 22nd, 2015 at 5:19 am by
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Despite a Birchbox holiday pop-up to the contrary, Tokyobike is indeed staying put at 1 Prince Street. Permanently, we are told. Yes, the trendy bike manufacturer will officially mark its homecoming to the Bowery sometime in March 2015, according to an email from co-owner Dean DiSimone. It previously spent some five months at the address late last year.

Until the reopening, however, Tokyobike has some other big news to pimp. The company just paired up with New Balance to collaborate on its fresh C-Series collection for 2015. It’s a limited edition release – two Classic Sport models (600C) in matte finishes and accessorized with the Brooks Cambium line. Kicks are available for preorder, but won’t be available in stores until February 1.

As for 1 Prince, it looks like the collaboration will be spending some time inside the store itself.

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