2011 NAHBS Recon: Geekhouse Bikes Mar 2, 2011

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Man. What a whirlwind of a weekend. No, wait. What a whirlwind of a process. Ever since I was in Boston, I mean Allston getting fit for my custom Geekhouse Woodville, I’ve been eagerly awaiting the 2011 NAHBS. Take all the excitement of getting a custom bicycle tailored especially for you and pack that into a crazy weekend like NAHBS and you’ll know how I felt. For the 2011 NAHBS, the Boston-based Geekhouse Bikes brought out their classiest collection yet. Each for people with special ties to the brand and each custom-tailored to fit their needs.

Check out more photos and a slideshow from my coverage of the 2011 NAHBS Geekhouse Bikes booth below.

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What surprised me the most at their booth was how muted their bikes were this year. Typically, Geekhouse is known for their brightly-colored frames and crazy-colored components. This year, Marty and the crew presented a healthy dose of classiness that started with Heather’s Rockcity. Heather photographs all their studio shots for the guys and is one talented lady!

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For the first time, Marty built himself a bike. His Woodville city bike had some killer details and 22-speed internal gearing!

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Of course, my Woodville touring bike was ready to go (more on that later).

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The brightest bike there was Brad from Urban Velo‘s custom polo bike.

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From left to right: Heather’s Rockcity, Marty’s Woodville, Brad’s Polo and my Woodville. What a collection! Check out more detailed photos below and I’ll be posting more on my Woodville shortly!

These photos are also on my Flickr!

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