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How many bikes do you have personally?
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2%
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11%
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16%
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17%
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5 or more (but who's counting?)
52%
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antney1984
Joined: 14 Dec 2003
Posts: 22
Location: Boulder, CO

1/21/04 5:38 PM

How many bikes do you have personally...

*excluding* tandems and bikes of other family members?

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Pete LaV
Joined: 12 Jan 2004
Posts: 980
Location: Montco, PA, USA

1/21/04 6:11 PM

Just out of curiousity...

Why don't tandems count? Ceil and I own two tandems together. That means we each own one half of each. So one half plus one half equals one bike. It is a moot point (not a mute point) since I'm still over five, but....

Oh, a list. I get it.

S&S Co-Motion Supremo
Santana Sovereign
Rivendell Rambouillet
Rivendell QuickBeam FG
Heron Road
SJS FG
SJS Cross
Gunnar Ruffian SS MTB
Spalding(!) grocery getter
Peugeot FG
Zebra Kenko FG
Schwinn Fleet
Schwinn Sting Ray 3 speed
Schwinn Deluxe Twinn
Coker 36" Highwheeler


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cyclistca
Joined: 20 Jan 2004
Posts: 77
Location: Vancouver, BC

1/21/04 6:14 PM

97 Litespeed Classic
98 Specialized Stumpjumper HT
01 Marinoni Delta+
02 Specialized Enduro
03 Kona Stinky

And this year I may be getting a Specialized Epic :)

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Anthony Smith
Joined: 12 Jan 2004
Posts: 840
Location: Ohio

1/21/04 6:24 PM

bikes

1.C40,2.C50,3.Lotus SL, 4.GT MTB, 5. Raliegh Cross, 6. Dream Track, 7. Paramount Track, 8. (dont ride this one) Gold Plated Colnago Mexico, 9. (dont ride this one) Schwinn Paramount P13-9, 10. (dont ride this one) PX10E

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brian burgess
Joined: 10 Jan 2004
Posts: 2144
Location: south east PA

1/21/04 6:30 PM

five

Serotta Atlanta - Primary bike, road racing
Colnago Tecnos - cobbled together as TT bike
Redline CX
Dean Ti Mtb
Surly Steamroller fixie

All five can roll at once, no need to swap parts or wheels.


Next poll is how many wheelsets. I'll have to take off my shoes to count that high.

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BethM
Joined: 13 Dec 2003
Posts: 284
Location: Chicago

1/21/04 6:58 PM

I'm up to 6, as follows...

Waterford RS-22
Waterford 1200
Cannondale T1000 (way too small, anybody wanna buy it??)
Gary Fisher Zebrano
Schwinn Traveler
Motobecane Grand Touring

Oh, and Rob??? Not all of us have broadband...easy with the pics, eh???

;~P

Cheers,

Beth

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dan emery
Joined: 11 Jan 2004
Posts: 6194
Location: Maine

1/21/04 7:11 PM

OK

57 Bianchi
65 Cinelli Mod B (restored CyclArt)
72 Masi GC (Italian)
77 Colnago Eddy Merckx Special
83 Serotta Club Special
91 Serotta Colorado II
96 Colnago Master Ti
99 Serotta Hors Cat
83 Fat Chance
87 American Breezer
95 Bontrager Racelite
02 Gunnar Crosshairs
85 Rodriguez Tandem (I don't care, I like it so I list it)

pickup bent 73 PX10 (aka Exhibit A)

not my life history, all are in my garage

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pete hausner
Joined: 08 Dec 2003
Posts: 1547
Location: Outer Beantown

1/21/04 7:37 PM

Rob, why did you let the cat out of the bag?

Hmmmm....
Just the complete bikes. I don't even want to think of the stuff in boxes/bins/closets/storage locker...

Seven Axiom
Seven Tsunami 26" Tourer/offroad
Mooney Credit Card Tourer
Mooney FG/SS
Klein Fervor set up as my errand/street clothes ride

PH

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Sparky
Joined: 08 Dec 2003
Posts: 17236
Location: Portland, OR

1/21/04 8:08 PM

I don't have the time to type in all the insanity.

Just go to the Crazy Page

Opps, there is a Steel MTB I never put on the page...


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Wheels
Joined: 11 Jan 2004
Posts: 1147
Location: Needham, MA

1/21/04 8:22 PM

My Steeds

All Very LARGE.

    2000 Seven Axiom-Ti
    91 Serotta NHX
    2001 SOMA Double Cross

Oh yeah, there is not enough bandwidth on this forum for Rick Hardy to list all of his. He gives any large bike shop a run for its money.

Wheels

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dfcas
Joined: 11 Jan 2004
Posts: 2597
Location: hillbilly heaven

1/21/04 8:43 PM

Ready to ride

02 Calfee road
01 Ti sports cyclocross(badged Mongoose before I unbadged it)
02 Gary Fisher Mt.Tam 29'er
92 Diamondback Overdrive 29'er

ready to ride with a few parts or wheels thrown on
93 Mongoose carbon road
02 Gary Fisher Supercaliber 29'er
95 Diamondback Vertex TA 26 inch mtb,soon to go

So I'm not sure how to vote. 4 or 7?

Dan the hillbilly

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PLee
Joined: 08 Dec 2003
Posts: 3630
Location: Brooklyn, NY

1/21/04 8:48 PM

It ain't a bike unless it's all together

With that thought, I won't count the two frames hanging around the house.

90 Cannondale R400
97 Tommasini Techno ELOS

I feel like a piker compared to everyone else above. Well, Wheels isn't too bad. . . Now I don't feel so bad about having a new frame on order.

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Darrell
Joined: 14 Jan 2004
Posts: 50
Location: Pearland, TX

1/21/04 8:51 PM

I feel so inadequate. Just 1 Hans Schneider road bike and a Guerciotti that will be a fixie someday.

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Evan Marks
Joined: 11 Jan 2004
Posts: 1652
Location: NYC

1/21/04 8:51 PM

a closetful of parts...

...but only 3 bikes:

Road (Seven Axiom steel)
Fixed (Anvil)
Cross (Ishiwata tubing $49 mystery eBay frame)

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Sparky
Joined: 08 Dec 2003
Posts: 17236
Location: Portland, OR

1/21/04 9:01 PM

re: "closetful of parts"

That would be dangerous in my case.... ;)

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Dave B
Joined: 10 Jan 2004
Posts: 4511
Location: Pittsburgh, PA

1/21/04 9:09 PM

Five of Various Vinatage

Ok here's the current list:

'96 Litespeed Catalyst
'98 Co-motion Co-Pilot (S&S couplers)
'93 Trek 7000 MTB fitted with road bars and STI.
'92 Trek 1420
'83 Trek 400 w/fenders and a rack. Devoted to bad weather use.
'86 Trek 560 permanantly mounted on a fluid trainer.

I noticed NO ONE has admitted to just one bike.

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Sparky
Joined: 08 Dec 2003
Posts: 17236
Location: Portland, OR

1/21/04 9:12 PM

Wheels, I thought you had an ANVIL Cross?

Am I confusing some-thing/body?

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rickhardy
Joined: 11 Jan 2004
Posts: 1461
Location: Needham outside of Boston - the hub of the universe

1/21/04 9:13 PM

Wheels......I ain't touching this one......

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Marc N.
Joined: 12 Jan 2004
Posts: 450
Location: Israel

1/21/04 9:36 PM

Keep it up!

I love this kind of thread as I show it to my wife to put things in perspective. Having said that, I have 2
1) Spectrum Custom Steel
2) Un named Ti road frame and fork made in Russia for sale in Europe that a Russian friend brought back for me at a ridiculously low price. Built up with Dura Ace/Ultegra

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Sparky
Joined: 08 Dec 2003
Posts: 17236
Location: Portland, OR

1/21/04 10:11 PM

re: "Show to my wife to put things in perspective"

Careful, She might ban you from visiting here....

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Wheels
Joined: 11 Jan 2004
Posts: 1147
Location: Needham, MA

1/21/04 10:22 PM

Sparky- I want an Anvil Cross Frame, but....

Don is always building another bike for Bill "Yammie" Karow. I can not even get in line.

Wheels

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fixedgearwizard
Joined: 11 Jan 2004
Posts: 182
Location: Traverse City, MI

1/21/04 10:56 PM

hmm, counting bare frames too?

Cannondale CAAD3 w/Campagnolo Record 9S - Primary Road Bike
<br>
Surly Cross-Check w/Assorted Shimano - Fendered Rain Bike + Racks for touring.
<br>
Nobilette SLX w/Campagnolo Athena - Doubles as FixedGear and Time Trial bike.
<br>
UniVega Fixed Gear w/Assorted Shimano parts - New
<br>
Fuji Fixed Gear w/Assorted parts - Really Bad Weather/Winter Bike
<br>
Giant Cadex Single Speed Mountain Bike
<p>
All are <a href=http://www.fixedgeargallery.com/my-bikes>here</a>

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13ollocks
Joined: 12 Jan 2004
Posts: 413
Location: Chapel Hill, NC

1/21/04 11:18 PM

2000 LS Vortex/Ouzo Pro/Rolf Vector Pros/Chorus 10
2003 NoName Al MTB/Manitou Black Elite/XT
1995 De Bernardi steel FG/mainly Campag

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sandiway
Joined: 15 Dec 2003
Posts: 4902
Location: back in Tucson

1/22/04 12:55 AM

Two road bikes and one recumbent

Custom Litespeed Ghisallo, 1" head tube, Alpha Q sub 3 straight carbon fork, SRM Prof 110mm cranks, 650c wheels

Custom Feather Titanium, 6Al/4V 43cm frame, 6Al/4V ti fork, 650 wheels

Ross Festina lowracer recumbent

Sandiway

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Pino
Joined: 11 Jan 2004
Posts: 159
Location: Apeldoorn - The Netherlands

1/22/04 3:31 AM

stopped counting

at a dozen,
varying from track to MTB-Downhill, with a tandem and a few plastic bikes.

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