Geekhouse Mudville by Blue Lug

Geekhouse Mudville by Blue Lug

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.

Geekhouse Mudville by Blue Lug
Geekhouse Mudville by Blue Lug
Geekhouse Mudville by Blue Lug
Geekhouse Mudville by Blue Lug
Geekhouse Mudville by Blue Lug
Geekhouse Mudville by Blue Lug

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  • Doug M.

    doesn’t look like they budgeted enough clearance for the rock n’ road tires + mud. probably fine with ≤35c. nice bike.

  • Blueberry

    I like it. Kind of british racing that went rasta.

  • picky picky

    too bad the rear deraileur housing is way too long

  • http://www.facebook.com/dimypap Dim-itri’os Ev-angelos Pap’the

    lovely fork. & indeed very rasta colors… :-D