One American institution honoring the service and sacrifice of another is what the Worksman Wounded Warrior Heavy Duty Cruiser is all about. This special edition Worksman Cycles cruiser, hand-crafted in their New York City manufacturing facility, has been created to both honor our nation's military heroes while financially aiding the extraordinary mission and programs of the Wounded Warrior Project. A 501(c)(3) charity, the Wounded Warrior Project empowers those who have incurred service-connected injuries or illness on or after September 11, 2001.
Worksman Cycles is America's oldest bicycle manufacturer, tracing their roots back to 1898 when Morris Worksman started the eponymous bicycle business in New York City on the very footprint of New York's World Trade Center. As the business grew, their manufacturing facility relocated several times in Brooklyn before moving in 1979 to its present location in Queens. What's remained constant, however, is Worksman cranking out workhorse industrial bicycles, as well as exquisitely crafted cruisers, for their company's entire existence in the Big Apple. Learn more about Worksman on the Nashbar Blog