Here at geekhouse we make custom fit TIG welded steel frames and forks. With seven styles to chose from there’s no lack of options. We can be found in Boston’s ‘Innovation District’, or if we’re honest, ‘Southie’.

Geekhouse Bikes started in 2002, as the brainchild of Marty Walsh (not the Mayor of Boston). His quest for a life filled with bikes began in bike shops 1,000 years ago. After working for retail bike shops, a component manufacturer, and out-sourcing his original frames, Marty settled on an Apprenticeship with Mike Flanigan of ANT Bikes. After a touch of nagging Mike finally agreed to show him the ropes. Learning hands-on from a Master with ties to companies like Fat City Cycles and Independent Fabrications was critical. Geekhouse’s history is rooted in the amazing community of New England frame builders.

Currently Geekhouse consists of Marty Walsh doing all of the fabrication work and Katty Walsh as office manager, organizing and corralling Marty into getting things done. Nothing like a little bit of brother sister bickering to get bikes built, or at least to get Marty with headphones on ignoring Katty.

And here we are, a decade later, Geekhouse Bikes is a multi-million dollar organization with dozens of employees, totally not just two people. Also, we’ve become a consistent double-digit performer on the NASDAQ stock index: GEEKHS. (Some facts may be exaggerated.)