Really had no idea that Geekhouse had this kind of hand-built set up. Really love everything I see here.
While on the topic of nice whips, This is a Tonic Supernaut There's a lot of attention to detail that makes this build incredibly clean. The Tonic icon on the downtube isn't a sticker. It's pieces of unpainted stainless adhered to the frame. Fixed gear's have a clean aesthetic anyway but when the headset is integrated inside the headtube it gets even better. The H+Sons built in to the CHUB's look so good. Thomson seatpost never hurt a build either. Probably not the lightest set-up but a great one none the less...
I've been giving it much thought lately and have I have come to the conclusion that I need to weed some things out of my life right now. I have family responsibilities, work (x2) and other interests that I would like to spend more time with. So, I'm going to be throwing in the blogging towel at the end of this week. So to the 11000+ visitors that stopped by to see what J-Rod and I was posting, thank you.
As for J-Rod, I'm not sure what his plans are. He will be having his first child in a week, so things will be getting hectic for him as well. He has the keys to the building and if he chooses to shut down Tonight We Ride then it's his decision.
* If someone is interested in taking over the blog IF BOTH OF US LEAVES, then hit us up.
Mash New Zealand Tour Shirt (Text from Benny Gold for Highsnobiety) Some of you know that Mash was currently in New Zealand. They asked me to design the tour shirt for the trip like the one I created for the the Texas adventure. The fern leaf is the universal symbol for NZ. I used the same shapes from the shield to create the fern leaves and substituted it for the lighting bolt. The stars and colors come from the New Zealand flag. Have a great trip guys! I wish i could have made it on this trip also.