2015 NYC Vintage Motorcyclist Block PartyContinental Circus: The Last Waltz, or better known as the Works Engineering + NYC Vin Moto Block Party, has...
Continental Circus: The Last Waltz, or better known as the Works Engineering + NYC Vin Moto Block Party, has reached the ripe age of 12. This one has the distinct possibility of being the last—at least, at its current location of North 14th Street, between Wythe and Berry, in Brooklyn, NY.
Works Engineering, who has been throwing this party for over a decade, is most likely losing their lease. A long time Williamsburg establishment is on its way to greener pastures and we hope it’s to a new location in Brooklyn so the party can live on.
Three bikes, three completely different bikes, all welcome.
This block party has all the fixings: hamburgers, hot dogs and cold brews to keep you hydrated, but the company can’t be beat. If you don’t know someone when you get there, you definitely will by the time you leave.
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There are plenty of bikes to view, and your eyes will fall on some rather fetching customs and vintages, but variety is the spice of life and all are welcomed. It’s kind of like the “annual meet your motorcycling neighbor” get together. If this is the last one, it will be sorely missed.
Friends and coffee cups, sans the coffee.
There were T-shirts for sale.
Beards in this heat deserves bonus points
Burgers for the masses.
Not enough hands to hold beer
This is Screamin’ Rebel Angels, one of the bands to serenade us throughout the festivities.
To read more about the NYC Vin Moto, visit their page here.