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    At one time I had 11 bikes including 2 tandems. Now down to 7 and only one tandem.

    So yeah I believe!

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    9 Rcas? Sounds like the Green Lantern of bike consumers - enormous power with no imagination.
    Get a better saddle: www.kontactbike.com

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    I'm down to 4 bikes,

    Road, Mountain, Single Speed, and Time Trial bike.

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    I might have to retire my vintage Raleigh ... I just can't seem to get the frame straight.


    My Workswell 093 is in transit, so I guess I will manage.

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    I assume as well he is reselling them since they are all the same frame…hopefully in a legit way, maybe he got a great deal on a bulk lot of the bikes.
    I personally have 7. Was 8 until about two months ago when I sold my wife’s Fuji Hybrid as she didn’t ride it anymore.
    I technically have three Japanese steel Bikes (’85 Schwinn Tempo, ‘89-’90 Tang Infinity Frame labeled “Alpine Grand Record,” and an ‘86 Bridgestone 500).
    I have an ’84 Schwinn World Sport that is converted to a 1x7 Hybrid / Cross / Commuter with MTB straight handlebars, a ‘90 Giant Cadex CF (early CF), and a Mongoose Mountain Bike. I also have a non-descript ‘70s European Frame of unknown origin I rescued from a metal scrap bin in Germany a couple years ago and it’s on the rack right now with the intent of it being a SS/Fixed Conversion when I get the time. So maybe by 2020…we will see. Perhaps by then I’ll thin some of the rest of heard as well.


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    Quote Originally Posted by blackfrancois View Post
    three is the perfect number.

    i have four.
    • All steel
    • All aluminum
    • Aluminum main triangle with CF forks and stays
    • All Carbon Fiber

    Yep, four is perfect.
    Four wheels good; two wheels better.

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