Given the vast range of colors applied to Geekhouse Bikes, it’s no wonder their frames are so popular in Japan. Cyclocross also enjoys a huge following there, so when Shibuya’s premium bike store, Blue Lug, assembled a Geekhouse Mudville for a local ‘crosser, it was destined to be bold.
Marty Walsh and the Geekhouse crew proudly uphold a ‘Made in the USA’ policy, exclusively working with American-made steel and components. Their Mudville is a burly frame that is engineered to win cyclocross races and is versatile enough to be equipped with fenders and racks for commuting.
The ‘Jah-blessed’ Mudville is running a mix of Chris King, SRAM and Paul Components, personifying the laid-back and funky vibe that Geekhouse is renowned for. One thing’s for sure, no matter how grueling the race or tour is, a Geekhouse will always give you a smile. More on the Blue Lug flickr.