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Levi's Is Bringing You A Laidback Alternative to the L Train

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Levi's is launching the fifth season of its menswear collection of urban cycling attire by erecting a Commuter Workspace in Williamsburg, loaded up with services and events for the bikers the line is designer for.

The raw space, which will be popping up from July 8th through the 26th at 261 Metropolitan Avenue, offers free WiFi and work areas, Grady's Cold Brew coffee, complimentary bike tune-ups and washes by local mechanics, denim repair and tailoring, plus the opportunity to purchase the latest Commuter collection via on-site iPads.

During the destination's two-and-a-half-week run, there will also be a host of free concerts and cycle-centric talks open to all. Just another reason not to take the subway.—Hali Berman
· Commuter Collection [Levi's]

Levi's Commuter Workspace

261 Metropolitan Avenue Brooklyn NY