At Home in the Wood May 29, 2013

Geekhouse-Touring-Bike

… just as much as it’ll be content on the roads.

Since my last Woodville touring bike was stolen, I wanted the guys at Geekhouse to make me another. This time around, I went all out, while still staying on the line of practicality. Everything about this bike rules, but I wasn’t happy with the first photoshoot, so I’ll have to wait to post more.

  • Christian DiCenso

    Sweet lookin’ tires. Is that 700c?

    • http://theradavist.com/ John Watson

      Bruce Gordon Rock N Road 700c x 43c

      • hans

        can’t wait for the full set man! i’m loving that green. how are you liking those tires so far? planning on putting those on my rock lobster when it’s done…..

  • Sean Curran

    That stem is damn cool, as well as the rack. Excited to see the rest of it.

  • Steven Keyes

    Geekhouse makes the coolest forks.

    • Elliott Bueler

      Right? I can’t get over that fork. Thing of beauty.

  • http://unpasteurizedlife.com/ track shack

    My favorite bike of yours. Would love to have a Woodville equipped similar. Nice ride!

  • http://www.facebook.com/wade.schultz1 Wade Schultz

    TRP RRL Retro levers but with black hoods; balleur!

  • http://www.cycleexif.com/ Adam Leddin

    So far, one of the sickest bikes I’ve seen for a long while. So, so good.

  • Edward Scoble

    I can understand why you’re changing your tones from your original touring bike, especially after bikepacking that actually make touring even more fun where you can have your cake and eat it.