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  1. #26
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    Me:

    96 Steel Bianchi San Remo
    97 Colnago MasterXLight, Campy Chorus
    09 PedalForce RS, Campy Mirage 8sp (will be upgraded soon)
    97 Fisher Joshua MTB, Shimano XT

    Her:
    98 Serotta custom Ti, Campy Chorus
    96 Bianchi something, just a frame/fork right now.
    98 Mongoose MTB race frame, Shimano LX

    Son (he's 7 right now):
    Box store BMX
    Specialized Hot Rock

  2. #27
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    Me: One road, one touring, one front suspension mtb, the front half of a Burley Samba
    Wife: One comfort, the back half of a Burley Samba
    Extra: rigid mtb that doesn`t fit anybody in the household, but we keep it as a loaner and my recently retired commuter (rigid mtb) which is in the process of being refurbished for my wife`s boss.

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    me:
    - 1993 giant atx 770
    - 2000 or 2001 klein quantom pro

    gf:
    - 2008 gt avenger

    really hoping to add a new mountain bike in the near future, a xc full suspension rig, and really have my eye on a trek mandone 5.2.

  4. #29
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    Me:
    Surly Pacer
    Soma Speedster
    IRO Mark V
    Redline Monocog 29er

    Gal:
    Lapierre S-Lite
    Jamis Trilogy
    Schwinn Moab

    Gal's Son:
    Imposter BMX (Target)

    Frames:
    1993 Cannondale 3.0
    1987 Cannondale road frame
    2005-ish Giant OCR-3

  5. #30
    In need of sock puppet
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    12, going on 13

    Look 753 La Vie Claire
    Kestrel Evoke
    Pedal Force RS2
    Pedal Force TT
    Hunter CCX
    Ridley CCX
    Stumpjumper commuter with 700C wheels
    mid-60's Columbia Trike
    mid 90's vintage Giant ATX 990
    Chopped stretched cruiser
    Quadracycle
    Santana Tandem

    on order: Caletti 29er

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    08 cervelo R3 with their mostly 7800 DA mix (starting to doubt the cranks/bottom bracket)

    year unknown klein attitude hard tail

  7. #32
    Behind on post count
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    Me Too:

    06 Litespeed Tuscany
    08 Lemond Poprad (winter ride)
    97 Wheeler Ti Mt Bike (commuter).
    06 Mt. Rocky Mt Slayer
    93 Cannondale Road Tandem
    81-82 Peugeot Super Competition Frame and Fork- Garage Decor. It would be a single speed if my wife hadn't picked a house at the top of a sizable climb.

    A few others for the wife and kids.

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    Albert Owen
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    Focus Summit for salty winter roads and the turbo trainer.
    Giant Defy Advanced for weekdays/sportives.
    Pinarello 3:13 for sunny Sundays.

  9. #34
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    Have:
    '08 Jamis Ventura Race
    '05 Jamis XLT mtb
    older GT Zaskar hardtail (wife's ride when she wants to)

    Want (realistic):
    DH/Freeride MTB (for ski lift/shuttle riding -- I know, I know, you're supposed to pedal up)
    "plush" roadbike -- Roubaix or Felt Z-series

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    Specialized Tarmac
    Touring unicycle
    Mountain unicycle
    Freestyle unicycle

    My Dad's Specialized CX bike is on its way, as soon as he can get around to shipping it.

  11. #36
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    Right now, 1 road bike.

    I need 5 more though at the moment:
    Race bike
    Travel bike
    Cross bike (I don't ride cross ... yet)
    MTB (sold my Epic 6 months ago and miss it).
    Fixed/SS to tool around

  12. #37
    jains89
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    Main road bike: Cannondale super six
    Cross Bike: Caad 9
    Old beater road bike: 1980 something cannondale
    Old Schwinn Beach Cruiser
    Track bike: Raleigh rush hour pro
    Commuter / fixed gear: KHS flite 100
    TT bike: Cervelo P3
    FS MTB: Specialized epic
    HT MTB: Specialized stumpjumper
    FS MTB: Niner Jet 9

  13. #38
    Hucken The Fard Up !
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    to the OP

    3 is the good number.

    1 for the road
    1 for commuting
    1 for off-road

    Or you could have only 1 for the 3 applications

    A Cyclocross bike with 3 sets of wheels and 2 sets of chainrings would fit all your needs

    For example you could have the CX bike with a 110BCD crankset and

    1 set of light wheels with 700x23c and 52/38 rings for the road
    1 set of commuting 32 or 36 x3 wheels with 700x28c Conti 4 Seasons and a set of 44/34 rings
    1 set of cross wheels with 700x35c knobly tires ( and optionally a set of 46/36 rings )

    or just a set of 50/34 and an additional 46t ring.

    That would be the do it all bike

    However I do have the 3 and many sets of wheels to mix and match ;)


    BTW I build and sell bikes as a hobby. So I actually have more than the 3 I call mine.
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    The thing about the cold is that you can never tell how cold it is from looking out a kitchen window. You have to dress up, get out training and when you come back, you then know how cold it is.

  14. #39
    toomanybikes
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    Too Many .........

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    2 x road bikes
    2 x mountain bikes
    1 x time trial bike
    1 x track bike

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    Matnlely Dregaend
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    8... I need an intervention:

    08 Specialized Tarmac SL
    09 Lynskey / Perf Ti bike
    08 PedalForce RS2
    08 Ritchey Breakaway travel bike
    07 Kestrel RT700
    06 Scattante CFR LE
    93 Kestrel SCi200 (leased semi-permanently to a friend, for free)
    06 Motobecane hard tail MTB
    “Bicycling has done more to emancipate women than anything else in the world.” - Susan B. Anthony 1896
    "Cycling and ethical bankruptcy have always gone together." - Bike Snob NYC
    "White personifies this generation's obsession with superficiality, one in which a carefully curated social media post is more important than the actual ride" - Daimeon Shanks
    "I haven't %^&* like that since I was an altar boy" Hank Moody

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    Me: 2009 Pedal Force RS2
    2005 Schwinn Fastback Pro
    2004 Stumpjumper FSR
    1981 Ross Diamond Cruiser (for the getting of the beer)

    Wife: 2002 Giant OCR2
    Anonymous chinese cruiser

    2 1/2 yr old daughter: Kokua Like-a-bike

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    me: 5 (see sig below) though the peak was 11. Back in the day I had a friend who had 47...yes, 47. His garage (3 car) was a sight to behold, looked cooler than the fanciest bike shop.
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    2008 S-Works Tarmac SL2
    2006 Redline Monocog 29er
    2004 Redline Conquest Disc-R
    2002 Specialized Enduro
    1976 Gianni Motta Personal2001

  19. #44
    What the Hell is going on
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    Mostly steel (don't know the years)

    "Team Wheaties" Paramount
    RB-2
    Colnago Export
    Lemond Zurich
    Panasonic (fixed gear commuter)
    Schwinn Peloton
    Stumpjumper
    Schwinn Fastback Comp (aluminum)
    Leader 735TR (aluminum)

    Just Frames (works in progress)
    Schwinn Fastback Pro
    Red, White and Blue Schwinn Paramount
    You'd think we were here for something other than fun. - Ishmael

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    Pusher of Pedals
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    1991 or 92 Bianchi Nyala Hardtail(frame only at this point)
    2001 Trek 4500
    2005 Trek 6500
    2005 Trek 1000
    2008 Cannondale CX7
    2009 Cannondale CAAD9 5
    "'Are people seriously this stupid?'

    Yes, they are. If you assume that everyone is stupid, then you are never disappointed in them when they demonstrate their stupidity." - foggypeake

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    Only one car in a two car garage!

    Me:
    61 Schwinn Typhoon Kick back 2-speed
    84 Holks Racer (hairline crack in headtube; no bar, seat post or saddle)
    87 3Rensho Katana w/ Dura Ace 74--
    94 Balance Mt. Bike
    00(?) Colnago Tecnos w/campy mix
    02 Pinarello Opera w/record
    70's vintage Miyata Pro fixed gear
    08 Soma Double X

    Wife:
    98 Lemond Reno w/ mostly Ultegra some DA
    Bianchi Milano

    Kids:
    Burley Piccolo
    Buley Trailer
    Giant trike
    Radio flyer trike
    Trek single speed 20" wheels
    2 other kid bikes of unknown origin

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    2009 Rawland Sogn (650B) w/ Record
    2000 Rocky Mountain Vertex
    2006 DBR Podium 3 w/Force
    1985? Bianchi San Remo w/ Dura Ace 9spd triple
    (2) 197X Stellas
    2009 Raleigh Mojave 29er w/Fulcrum Redmetal wheels
    1980 Fuji Berkeley
    199? Gary Fisher
    198? "Old, White Thing" MTB
    198? Schwinn Varsity
    199? Schwinn Traveler
    1994? Bridgestone RB-2
    1955 Rutledge cruiser
    1996 Trek 850
    1985 Schwinn Mesa Runner

    Her:
    2007 Raleigh Passage 5.5
    1997 Cannondale F500 (formerly mine)
    2003 Diamondback Wildwood

    The kid:
    2007 Raleigh Mojave 4.0
    198? Nishiki roadie

    I'm sure I've missed a couple......
    Other countries need to stop hatin' or we'll unfriend them. - Christine

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    ridinglikecrazy
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    Me? Just 2

    2009 CAAD9-6
    2003 Raleigh M40 Mtn bike

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    I have three:
    A DeRosa Nuovo Classico '94
    A Trek hybrid '04
    Panasonic commuter/foul weather bike - don't know what year, but I'm guessing mid 80s.
    Before you criticize someone walk a mile in their shoes. That way when you criticize them you'll be a mile away & you'll have their shoes.

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    duh...
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    road (2), 1x9 townie, folding road/fg, fg, cx, ss cx, ss mtb (2), fs mtb, hybrid, uni + several retired frames
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    Quote Originally Posted by mikagsd
    Fat tire Fred....you are the bike god of the universe and unless someone agrees with your reasoning they are just plain stupid

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