Boston, Massachusetts


  • Integrated u-lock welded to u-joints articulates around bike parking or latches to fender skirt while resting.
  • Integrated fender and rear skirt guard made from milled aluminum plate with cut-outs for securing cargo and easy rear wheel removal.
  • LED light system integrated on stem and rear frame.
  • Curved, dual top tubes offer stand over clearance and extend into the rear rack platform.
  • Adjustable rear rack for varying cargo load capacity.
  • Arched seat stays.
  • Custom handlebar-stem-front rack combination allows for rigid placement of a front-loaded handlebar bag without sacrificing front LED light clearance.
  • Longer frame length than a traditional touring bike yet shorter than a “long bike” model to allow for ample loading and manageable bike weight when bike is carried upstairs in urban apartment living.



Geekhouse Bikes is a steel TIG welding operation based in Boston, MA, founded in 2002 by bespectacled bike-geek Marty Walsh. Geekhouse Bikes are the perfect amalgamation of classy and cool, functional and fashionable; their bikes are whatever you want them to be.

Marty’s small staff of builders and designers loves nothing more than watching each and every build take on the personality and individuality of the customer. Using a combination of classic New England technique and modern aesthetics, they create bikes borne from a deeply rooted respect and passion for cycling. They work hard to source as much as possible from within the United States, and they hold green business practices in high esteem. They adore the Boston cycling community, and contributing to their neighborhoods, city and state is a cornerstone of their business.

In the end, the bikes come out a balanced expression of their builders and their riders. They are bike geeks; they are Geekhouse.