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In celebration of our limited edition run of Geekhouse Rockcities (made
just for you), we sent cameras and followed the frame & forks through
production. We adopted a Terry Richardson-esque (disposable camera)
We took some artistic license with the frame & fork color combos so you
could think about other things like what wheels, bars and saddle you want to round out the package.
For those of you who aren’t familiar with our Geekhouse friends in Boston,
they are a fully-loaded do-it-all-in-house crew.
As founder Marty Walsh says, “we produce a range of bicycle frames for all
types of riding. We work hard to source as much as possible from within
the United States and we hold green business practices in high esteem. By
utilizing a small staff of builders, we take the time to personally cater
to your ideas and we love watching each and every build take on the
personality and individuality of our customers.”
Come by and check out these urban assault vehicles in person. Qty’s are limited, call the shop for sizing.custom, geekhouse
With the holiday season in full swing and people running around trying to find presents that will make loved ones smile, we can’t help but get in on the fun.
We had a bit of a store front exchange program with our friends at Chrome. We sent over a sweet NYC Velo Rock City Geekhouse for their store front, and in return they set us up with a pretty rad messenger wreath. What better way to spread some holiday cheer?
In case you’re looking for present for your cycling-minded friends, dont forget to check out our holiday gift list!
‘Tis the season… To spend money on other people!
Chances are that if you’re reading this blog, you have friends who like to ride human-powered 2-wheeled machines. It just so happens that we specialized in “peddling” cycling-related wares to the general public (see what we did there?)
If you’re a bit stumped on what to get the cyclist who has everything, then check out our holiday shopping list, which features gifts at myriad price ranges.
1 – NYC Tour Brass Bell $15 Commonly referred to as the “Crane”bell, this sucker lets you warn others of your arrival, in style.
2 – Brooks B17 Saddle $105 The B17 saddle is an icon, a classic, and now comes in 6 colors, a great way to improve any ride!
3 – Oakley Frogskins $110-130 West coast style, limited edition colors, made in the USA. Kids love ‘em, adults who remember them when they were kids love ‘em, and bike nerds love ‘em.
4 – Campy Record Track Hubs- 32H $475 Another modern classic, the perfect basis for your next fixie wheel build.
5 – Deluxe Tune $125 Winter weather is bound to get crappier and our bikes will no doubt take the brunt, why not surprise someone with the gift of clean?
6 – Gore Race Overshoes Thermal $100 For the aforementioned crappy weather commute, keep your lower extremities dry, cozy, and warm.
7 – Indy Fab Corvid $8500 Eighty-five hundred bills doesn’t seem like such a deal, but this barely used demo frameset is sporting all new components for a savings of over $2k.
8 – Mission Workshop Rondel Shoes $130 It’s about time someone came out with some bust-around-town sneakers that clip into your ATAC/SPD/Crank Bros pedals… clips and straps seem so 2009.
9 – NYC Velo cycling cap $20 The new edition has landed in the shop, great for keeping your head warm(er) and the low afternoon sun out of your eyes.
10 – Embrocation Volume 6 $20 Bike culture in Journal form, so your partner doesn’t think your reading just another bike racing rag.
11 – Holdfast Straps $59 If you want security at the pedal, but aren’t into ”positive cleat engagement”, check out these Made in Brooklyn Velcro toe straps.
12 – Chrome Dually Reflective backpack $140 Chrome bags last a lifetime (their warranty says so), and the generous reflective panels on this bag ensure that it’s a long one.
13 – EWR NYC Velo Wool trainer $125 When it gets cold, wool is the only way to go, and this jacket stands about the crowd.
14 – NYC Velo Geekhouse Rockcity Frameset $1150 Custom steel frames, handmade and powdercoated in Boston, except they’re available in stock sizes, and without the 6 month wait, so not really custom… but damn nice to behold and ride.
15 – Princeton Tec PUSH Headlight $50 Finally, an amazingly bright 100 lumen headlight that doesn’t elicit comparisons to a 3 d-cell duct-taped to your handlebar.
We’d like to wish everyone a happy holiday season!Brooks, Chrome, embrocation, geekhouse, independent fabrication, Mission Workshop, oakley
Some might accuse us of playing favorites, and we would have to agree. Can you blame us?
It’s not our fault that the folks at Geekhouse keep pumping out these slick, gorgeous rigs, is it? We just want to share the love with you, our readers.
This week’s specimen is aptly titled “Mellow Yellow,” and it’s the prettiest commuter we’ve seen in a while. It also wins the award for the most gorgeous integrated stem/handlebar we’ve seen on a commuter.
We’re big fans of bikes that seamlessly blend function and aesthetics in a unique way. Geekhouse gets a gold star for this one.
Bike of the Week, geekhouse
In conjunction with our awesome shop ride, we are marking Sunday, August 8th as a day of celebration for both the Bespoke exhibit (coming to an end August 15th) as well as North American handbuilt bikes.
If you’re the proud owner of a North American handmade bicycle, stop by the shop between 8AM and 6 PM and we’ll put your bike up for all to ogle and drool at. Pro NYC Velo photog Justin King will snap some pictures of your bike, and one lucky handbuilt will roll away with the “Bike of the Week” distinction and all the prestige that comes with it. Participating bikes will also be given a free ticket to Sacha White’s Bespoke exhibit at the Museum of Design. The exhibit is truly stunning and a very important event in the NYC bike community. Free or not, the NYC Velo crew suggests that it not be missed.geekhouse, independent fabrication
We are proud to announce the inception of our monthly shop rides! The ride will take place on Sunday, August 8th. We love these rides as it gives us a chance to take it to the streets with our customers and friends. See below for the journalistic deets.
Who: Everyone is invited!
What: NYC Velo Monthly Shop Ride
When: Sunday, August 8th. Meet at the shop at 8AM. We leave at 830.
Where: The ride begins and ends at NYC Velo- 64 2nd Ave (between 3rd and 4th St) We’ll ride across the GWB to Piermont and back.
Why: Because we love riding bikes!
Ben from Think Coffee will be on hand to create espresso-based masterpieces for all in attendance. Delicious, delicious baked goods from Blue Sky Bakery will also be provided in order to further entice you to show up and ride your awesome bike with awesome people.coffee, geekhouse, independent fabrication, shop rides, Think Coffee
So hot (and irresistible), that it was stolen during the Bicycle Film Festival.
We wish we were joking and if we find the thief, he’ll know we don’t.
More pics here.Bike of the Week, geekhouse
NYC Velo is excited to announce a unique collaboration with the newest bike brand in the shop, Geekhouse. These Boston based frame builders have been making serious waves in the bike world recently with their brightly colored singlespeed, fixie, and cross team bikes and kits. The Geekhouse crew has had a strong presence at NAHBS and has developed a reputation within the handbuilt frame building community for producing top quality products. Head Geek Marty Walsh honed his fabricating skills at Seven Cycles and under master framebuilder Mike Flanigan of ANT and his work shows it.
NYC Velo will be releasing some very limited frame and fork sets in the coming weeks in stock sizes with unique colorways. The first release, Series 1, will be in 2 sizes, 53 and 56cm, and will incorporate signature Geekhouse elements like custom machined adjustable dropouts, new in-house segmented Yo Marty forks, and the brand’s curved seat tube. The second release, Series 2, will be made in 2 smaller sizes, 47 and 50cm, and will don a different, series-specific paint job. The Series 2 framesets will include the same unique details as the Series 1 framesets, though will forgo the curved seat tube.
Each series will be limited to a run of 5 framesets. NYC Velo is currently taking pre-orders for both Series 1 and Series 2 framesets, price is set at $1150 each.custom, geekhouse
NYC is getting to know geekhouse; built by Marty Walsh in Boston, the brand is kicking butt in the cyclocross circuit (they are hard to miss given their Pee-Wee Herman-esque color schemes), and their singlespeeds have always stood out with their unique seatpost design.
Geekhouse will be coming to NYC Velo in the very near future, but in the meantime check out this one that our friend Jacob brought by the other day.
NYC Velo helps cyclists of all types find their perfect ride.