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  1. #76
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    Jan 2005
    1. lugged steel commuter
    2. vintage full squish MTB
    3. old 753 steel team bike - Look la Vie Claire
    4. Santana Tandem
    5. Hunter CX
    6. Ridley CX
    7. Redline Conquest Pro - crap weather bike
    8. Kestrel Evoke SL - climbing bike
    9. PF RS2 - fast carbon bike
    10. PF TT2 - time trial bike
    11. Chopped cruiser with springer front end
    12. big ass 60's era Columbia Trike
    13. Quadracycle
    14. Beater around town cruiser
    15. Custom Caletti 29er with full squish

  2. #77
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    update time

    Quote Originally Posted by grrrah

    2 SS mtb
    1 fs/dh mtb
    1 ht mtb
    1 road
    1 cx
    1 fixie/commuter
    picking up an asploadable full squishy mtb frame tonight.

  3. #78
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    Jan 2008
    2 road and a mtb
    titanium next (no wife involved in decision making process tg).

  4. #79
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    Nov 2001
    4 - Road
    2 - MTB
    2 - BMX
    1 - Unicycle

  5. #80
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    Mar 2002
    Quote Originally Posted by Bocephus Jones II
    Just seems like a helluva lot of bikes. A rigid 29er MTB, A full bounce MTB, a track bike, a road bike, 5 cruisers, 2 cruiser tandems.

    How many do you have?
    My bikes:

    1 "Good" bike
    2 fixies
    1 "bike with fenders" for commuting
    1 old mountain bike (circa 1995 - kinda cool)
    1 old mountain bike turned into drop bar urban commuter bike from hell.
    1 Schwinn Varsity from when I was 12.

    [EDIT - and a Longboard. That is fun...]

    My Wife's bikes:

    1 old mountain bike (Cannondale F700, from when Tinker Juarez was a kid)

    My Son's Bikes

    1 Merckx (old school frame by Falcon, Campy Valentino)
    1 BMX bike
    1 Trek mountain bike (too small)
    1 Ross mountain bike (waaaaaaaay too small)
    It's Been Fun...See You Down The Road.

  6. #81
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    Sep 2005
    1 road
    2 cyclocross
    1 old rigid mtb

    wife and children
    each have one bike - so 3 more

    monster cross
    new generation HT 29er

  7. #82
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    Apr 2002
    8,162, road:
    litespeed arenberg (2000) w/ full ultegra (same vintage)- soon to get upgraded to SRAM force
    trek 2300 (yes, the one with carbon tt/st/dt and alu the rest) SS conversion. finally got the chainline right. so much fun. it's under 14 lbs as well.

    early 80s cannondale BoE (got this for free- i want to give it a better home)
    Kona Explosif 29er.

    hopefully soon to add:
    custom ti 29er SS

    owned and now sold? all mtb's: dean duke st, sofa king 29er (custom steel), seven duo 29er, titus hcr, klein mantra, cannondale 3.0, bridgestone MB3, kona cowen.
    catzilla: I wish we were all a little more invincible.

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  8. #83
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    Jul 2002
    1 full squish mtb
    1 alu/carbon roadie
    1 recumbent
    my music is online at aliensporebomb dot com yes indeed.
    my twitter for those bored:

  9. #84
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    Apr 2006
    I've got 5 built
    2006 Cannondale R5K
    2009 Cannondale F9 w/ a mishmash of parts from a 2008 Fuel EX 8
    2010 Cannondale Flash 29er SS
    2007 or 8 Giant Bowery
    1998 Schwinn Homegrown setup for winter/ice riding.

    I hope to end up w/ a
    Niner Jet 9 w/ xt, some avid shiz, stans tubeless and a 29" fox fork w/ 80mm travel.
    Cannondale Six3 w/ some swanky, non-carbon, non-aero spoke wheels... similar to the DA/Open Pro wheels I have right now, but way sexier and just as bullet proof.

    Those two bikes, I feel, would make me incredibly happy.
    Why do they call it a "shortcut"? Shouldn't it just be "the way"?

  10. #85
    hfc is offline
    Doesn't like subtitles
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    Jan 2003
    My old lady needs to see this thread. I got some work to do:

    Colnago E1
    Wilier AlpeD'Huez
    Teschner TT
    Ridley Cross
    C40 Frame needs some work before being built back up
    Specialized Langster commuter

    My Trek 8000 MTB got stole from my driveway last year.

  11. #86
    Just Plain Bitter
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    I have 2 Road bikes

    1 SS KG176

    1 29'er Specialized Stumpjumper Marathon

    The Felt Mach 5 in the background is my kids bike.
    Quote Originally Posted by Catzilla;
    Like, if "troubling" were a level seven worry, "concerning" would be a six, with "frightening" being an eight and "unexplained genital rash" being a nine.

    2007 Pegoretti Duende Campy SR 11 Campagnolo Neutron
    2009 Look 586 Campy SR 11 HED Ardennes/HED Jet 6
    2012 Raliegh Roper - Stock for now

  12. #87
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    Quote Originally Posted by rward325
    I have 2 Road bikes

    1 SS KG176

    1 29'er Specialized Stumpjumper Marathon

    The Felt Mach 5 in the background is my kids bike.
    nice choice of bikes man

  13. #88
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    Nov 2004

    5 bikes, 33 gears

    singlespeed mtb

    fixed foldable

    2x2 commuter

    2x2 road rocket

    3x9 titanium road bike (haven't ridden for years)

  14. #89
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    Jul 2003
    Quote Originally Posted by Bocephus Jones II

    How many do you have?
    I don't like to brag but.....oh're talking about bikes

    1) Cervelo Prodigy..dura/ultegra mix
    2) Pogliaghi campy athena/chorus mix
    3) S-Works Hardtail full XTR

    next will be a track bike then a CXer....someday
    Big Fan of the Callipygian Way
    "The collards tore my wife's stomach up and with her being pregnant and constipated it made for a smelly ride to the cabin in north Georgia." -gut
    "The term "steeping" brings to mind "tea-bagging" and, on far too many levels, I'm simply not comfortable with that." -antonio_b
    "People think maggots are a bad thing, but I'll bet they ate most of the feces he has been sitting in for the last two years. Go maggots! -Mohair

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