Brooklyn Beckham speeds by way of New York Metropolis on his bike

He recently moved to the city to study photography at the prestigious Parsons School of Design in Greenwich Village.

And Brooklyn Beckham looked more than at home in New York on Tuesday as he rode his bike into town.

The 18-year-old seemed to be enjoying a day off from college as he cruised around the Big Apple – with his new tattoo tribute to his father David seen on his left hand.

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The Bike Shop: Brooklyn Beckham looked more than at home in New York on Tuesday as he rode his bike into town

The photography student looked typically trendy in a Navy Champion sweatshirt as he embarked on another busy day on the town.

Keeping the casual feel in black jeans, Brooklyn then opted for brown desert boots over traditional exercise coaches as he sped through the streets on his bike.

No doubt on their way to another day at university, David and Victoria Beckham’s eldest child carried his most important things in a bright yellow backpack that he threw over his back for the trip.

Feeling good: The 18-year-old seemed to be enjoying a day off from college as he cruised around the Big Apple - with his new tattoo tribute to his father David seen on his left hand

Feeling good: The 18-year-old seemed to be enjoying a day off from college as he cruised around the Big Apple – with his new tattoo tribute to his father David seen on his left hand

The Brit looked more than comfortable as he moved around town – proof that he had settled into his new life in the United States.

However, when he set off without gloves, Brooklyn’s new tattoo tribute to his father David was on his left hand for everyone to see.

The former soccer player’s eldest child made his Instagram debut on Monday with his new ink – consisting of the number seven on his fifth finger, in honor of his father’s illustrious sports career.

Fitting Tribute: Brooklyn's new tattoo homage to his father David, who set off without gloves, was visible for everyone to see on his left hand (above).

Fitting Tribute: Brooklyn’s new tattoo homage to his father David, who set off without gloves, was visible for everyone to see on his left hand (above).

The single-digit number – tattoo obsessed with David’s roster number at Manchester United and England – also serves as the middle name for Brooklyn’s six-year-old sister, Harper.

The artist shared a recording after Brooklyn’s visit to New York tattoo artist Evan Kim and wrote, “His lucky number SE7EN!”

David adopted the number seven jersey during a trophy-laden period with the Red Devils, winning six Premier League titles, the FA Cup and the UEFA Champions League, and a 13-year career with the national team at 115 International matches. 16 goals and appearances in five major tournaments.

Legend: The single digit number was David who became obsessed with tattoos when he played for Manchester United and England

Legend: The single digit number was obsessed with David playing for Manchester United and England

Say cheese: the teenager, an aspiring photographer who is currently studying the subject at the Parson School of Design in Greenwich Village, also called for the floor

Say Cheese: The teenager, an aspiring photographer currently studying the subject at the Parson School of Design in Greenwich Village, also requested the word “CLICK” on his inner index finger

Brooklyn, an aspiring photographer currently studying the subject at the Parson School of Design in Greenwich Village, also requested the word “CLICK” on his inner index finger.

He illustrated the motivation behind it and showed the subtle recoloring while posing with his long lens camera.

The teenager previously revealed the only word “seven,” which was inked prominently above his left wrist shortly after he signed up with Parsons in August.

The magic number: the teenager previously revealed the single word

The magic number: The teenager previously revealed the single word “seven”, which was colored prominently above his left wrist, shortly after enrolling with Parsons in August

His first came in April – a forearm dye that directly mimics that of his father David – is an illustration of a Native American in traditional headdress.

Just weeks after sitting at the Shamrock Social Club for the tattoo, he revealed a second intricate inking of a Fujitsu camera on his left bicep, a tribute to the aspiring photographer’s passion.

In July, he debuted his third piece of body art on Instagram, posting a photo of an intricate compass design on his left forearm.

Icon: David adopted the number seven jersey during a trophy-laden spell for the Red Devils that won six Premier League titles, the FA Cup and the UEFA Champions League

Icon: David adopted the number seven jersey during a trophy-laden spell for the Red Devils that won six Premier League titles, the FA Cup and the UEFA Champions League

The teenager later revealed his fifth design, a distinctive eagle that takes up the space between the thumb and forefinger.

Shortly thereafter, Brooklyn presented the words “Made In England” written across his left foot – an ironic decision since its namesake was inspired by his parents’ love for America and he now divides his time between England and the United States.

This happened just before he revealed a sizable new rose tattoo that is on the side of his torso.

And so it begins: Brooklyn's first tattoo - a forearm dye that directly mimics that of his father David - is an illustration of a Native American in traditional headdress

And so it begins: Brooklyn’s first tattoo – a forearm dye that directly mimics that of his father David – is an illustration of a Native American in traditional headdress

Picture perfect: Just weeks after sitting at the Shamrock Social Club for the tattoo, he revealed a second intricate inking from a Fujitsu camera on his left bicep

Picture perfect: Just weeks after sitting at the Shamrock Social Club for the tattoo, he revealed a second intricate inking from a Fujitsu camera on his left bicep

Show me the way: In July, he debuted his third piece of body art on Instagram and posted a photo of an intricate compass design on his left forearm

Show me the way: In July, he debuted his third piece of body art on Instagram and posted a photo of an intricate compass design on his left forearm

Oddly enough, David’s own love of tattoos began with a tribute to Brooklyn after the former soccer player’s name was engraved on his lower back in Gothic script.

It is believed that he discovered the mistake of Jimmy Gulzar, then Spice Girl Mel B’s husband, and got himself a tattoo to commemorate Brooklyn’s arrival in the world.

“For me, everything revolves around the people in my life, my wife and my sons, whom I always want to have with me,” he said earlier.

“When you see me, you see the tattoos. You see an expression of my attitude towards Victoria and the boys. You are a part of me. ‘

Come fly with me: the teenager later revealed his fifth design, a distinctive eagle that takes up the space between the thumb and forefinger

Come fly with me: the teenager later revealed his fifth design, a distinctive eagle that takes up the space between the thumb and forefinger

Brooklyn in name only: Shortly afterwards, Brooklyn showed the words

Brooklyn in name only: Shortly afterwards, Brooklyn showed the words “Made In England” inked on his left foot

Tatt is impressive: this happened just before he revealed a sizable new rose tattoo that is on the side of his torso

Tatt is impressive: this happened just before he revealed a sizable new rose tattoo that is on the side of his torso

Closing: Brooklyn paid tribute to his brother's Romeo and Cruz on Monday afternoon Closing: Brooklyn paid tribute to his brother's Romeo and Cruz on Monday afternoon

Closing: Brooklyn paid tribute to his brother’s Romeo (L) and Cruz (R) on Monday afternoon

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