"Last summer in a rented garage on the outskirts of Queens, NY something incredible was happening. A group of imaginative tinkerers from Trinidad were working late into the nights creating something nobody had ever seen before: enormous stereo systems jury rigged onto ordinary bmx bikes. Traveling together, each behind the handlebars of his or her own massive homemade creation, they treat the neighborhood to an outrageous impromptu music and dance party on wheels. Directed by Randall Stevens, Made In Queens is a film celebrating America's first stereobike crew."
"Bicycle culture has much to admire — all the lore and teams, the gears and frames, the jerseys and the chrome. And perhaps a lot of stereo equipment. The documentary “Made In Queens” profiles “America’s first stereobike crew,” a group of kids from Trinidad who modified their BMX bikes with $4,000 sound systems"