Here’s to honest utilitarianism. These bikes are leaving on an “adventure” tomorrow. More to come…
After multiple requests for their 2012 club kits, Geekhouse has posted up a pre-order. Get on it now! These are race cut, so don’t let the “club” fool you. Size up as you would with any race cut kit. For reference, I wear a large or XL in most kits and the XL in this kit is super tight on me.
Ever wonder how internal cable routing works? Some of you do because I’ve had to explain it to a few readers. Geekhouse just put a nice feature up on their blog explaining how this simple detail is integrated into their frames. See it here. Nice work guys!
Don’t have a bike? Make one! Geekhouse shows us what you can do with a little time and a lotta space. While we’re on the subject of Geekhouse, head over to Facebook and Like their page.
Now that’s a club kit. I hear those new Geekhouse cross bikes are gonna be pretty slick too.
Marty and the Geekhouse boys are back at it, building frames in their new HQ spot. He’s got the list going for the new 2012 Geekhouse Mudville cross team bikes. I’m on the list, are you?
You’d think Marty and the Geekhouse gang would have mistaken Austin for Boston at last year’s event. Somehow they got confused and set up their NAHBS booth in their new space at HQ Boston. Silly guys, the convention was 3,011 miles away! While they sort out their flub up, head over to the Geekhouse blog and Flickr for more details on what happened.