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    Just two.

    One highly customized road bike to match my strengths and weaknesses, (the latter becoming increasingly dominant with advancing age...73.)

    The second a get around town don't wear a helmet urban bike that is triple with a huge gear range. (Trek FX 3.) It replaces the previous purpose bike that was stolen. The new one turns out to have been a great choice for me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Opus51569 View Post
    We moved not too long ago. Downsized to a smaller place. That meant selling the Specialized Allez and the Diamondback Haanjo. So, I am currently down to 1.5

    1.) 2017 New Albion Homebrew - steel frame built up with SRAM Apex 1X



    .5) 2014 Lynskey Peloton - titanium frame currently being rebuilt as a 1X as well. It's just a rolling chassis at the moment.

    I have space in the garage for 1 more bike, but that would be the limit.


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    That New Albion is a very, very beautiful bicycle.
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    F8, RCA, Zero.7 and an Orbea Team Cofidis OMR.

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    Quote Originally Posted by troutmd View Post
    Down to one

    That bike is bizarre! What brand is it? The exhaust on the floor is completely unusual! Chinese something?
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    Quote Originally Posted by PBL450 View Post
    That bike is bizarre! What brand is it? The exhaust on the floor is completely unusual! Chinese something?
    That's an old Maico! Made in Germany...well, West Germany back then.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cxwrench View Post
    That's an old Maico! Made in Germany...well, West Germany back then.
    I am very seriously impressed with that! That IS obscure! Haha!
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    Quote Originally Posted by PBL450 View Post
    That bike is bizarre! What brand is it? The exhaust on the floor is completely unusual! Chinese something?
    I remember when Maico, CZ and Husky were the exotics.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mackgoo View Post
    I remember when Maico, CZ and Husky were the exotics.
    Oh, and don't forget the other one. I forget who they were but they made the Combat Wombat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mackgoo View Post
    Oh, and don't forget the other one. I forget who they were but they made the Combat Wombat.
    Bultaco?
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