Get to know your BKB community – Chinatown native Di Feng, originally from China, photographed by our resident artist Leah Bank.
You may know how to climb, but that doesn’t mean you’re doing it with proper form and technique. When it comes to progressing, it’s crazy how much even small tweaks can help break through plateaus, ramp up your learning curve and keep you moving forward.
Rawrrrrr…. It’s that time again: BKBeasts Fall Tryouts 2016
Join us Monday, July 18 for lead climbing and beers with Anthony Bagnoli.
Climb on top this Independence Day: book this beginner’s intro to climbing class pack and you’ll be crushing the walls in no time. Offer ends July 11.
We’re excited to announce our collaboration with STATIC Climbing and artist Caleb Freese for some chalk bags that double as portable art. Meet the founder Taylor Carpenter.
Adam Payne is not your classic dirtbag climber.
A New Jersey native, he spent a majority of his life as a cyclist, riding 100 mile stretches at time. He was also a climber until he was diagnosed with ataxia, a rare degenerative disorder that affects movement and speech, in 1997.
Brooklyn Boulders Somerville climber Meredith Koch was paralyzed by a falling piano last year (#endpianoviolence). But she’s discovered since that having a physical disability can actually open doors for creativity and passion.
We’re featuring a sweet 10 pack punch pass deal through April 25th! Get it while it’s hot.
Caleb Freese is our Climbing Education Manager who can be your next personal trainer or climbing instructor. He’s had years of climbing experience– indoors and out.