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    Does your garage look like this?

    if it does you might have a problem.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mtbkid
    if it does you might have a problem.
    Good god keaton, where the hell did all of those(bikes) come from?
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    Holy crap!

    Are these all your bikes or what?

    I wish my garage looked like that.
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    Looks like the bike repair stand is blocking the door to your beer fridge... That's quite a stable of cycles, I'd love to have a bike for every day of the month.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mtbkid
    if it does you might have a problem.
    And to think I know your secret! haha, its safe with me.

    My garage looks like a quarter of that....with not as nice stuff....all squished in a corner.
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    Turns out that five years of not mountain biking, really makes one strive to get back to it.

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    Uh, I have a lot more crap.

    But I'm cheating. I run my business out of there too. You've got quite the collection - for a civilian, that is! Plus, it looks like most of those bikes actually work - I think I have about 20 partial or complete bikes in the garage right now, and probably only 1/3 of them actually can be ridden.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Walt
    But I'm cheating. I run my business out of there too. You've got quite the collection - for a civilian, that is! Plus, it looks like most of those bikes actually work - I think I have about 20 partial or complete bikes in the garage right now, and probably only 1/3 of them actually can be ridden.

    -Walt
    Just saw your site. Looks like you've got a pretty sweet company running there.
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    garages? we don' need no steenkeen' garages!

    ahem. i only say that because i don't have one, and desperately want one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by scrublover
    garages? we don' need no steenkeen' garages!

    ahem. i only say that because i don't have one, and desperately want one.
    So you hope it all doesnt get stolen? I just keep the stuff that isnt in the garage in my room.
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    Turns out that five years of not mountain biking, really makes one strive to get back to it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by scrublover
    ahem. i only say that because i don't have one, and desperately want one.
    Amen, brother, amen.

    My wife really wishes we had a garage too Tired of tripping over all my sh!t, I guess.

    Oh, yeah...HOLY CRAP, that's a lotta bikes
    Blocking the beer fridge is a cardinal sin, though. I think you need to give some away until you can easily reach the brew.

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    Quote Originally Posted by scrublover
    garages? we don' need no steenkeen' garages!

    ahem. i only say that because i don't have one, and desperately want one.
    My garage is all about keeping the two cars in...Hate having to scrape ice.

    But, our basement is turning into a very nice bike workshop. The bonus is that it is actually big enough I can ride around and shift through the gears a little when making adjustments.

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    Agreed!

    Quote Originally Posted by Jdub
    My garage is all about keeping the two cars in...Hate having to scrape ice.

    But, our basement is turning into a very nice bike workshop. The bonus is that it is actually big enough I can ride around and shift through the gears a little when making adjustments.
    We seem to always be picking up more furniture and exercise equipment so I can no longer ride around the basement. Still it rocks to be warm, have lots of light and still be able to slop around brake fluid/suspension oil/chain lube and not care about it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kristian
    We seem to always be picking up more furniture and exercise equipment so I can no longer ride around the basement. Still it rocks to be warm, have lots of light and still be able to slop around brake fluid/suspension oil/chain lube and not care about it.
    Must be nice....
    Maybe in the spring I'll build a big shed in the backyard and use it as my garage. That idea has some potential, I mean I did take a carpentry class last semester
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    Actually, it looks more like this:

    $1.43 to the first person to count and name each sports related thing in this pic.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kristian
    We seem to always be picking up more furniture and exercise equipment so I can no longer ride around the basement. Still it rocks to be warm, have lots of light and still be able to slop around brake fluid/suspension oil/chain lube and not care about it.

    eh, i just bring whichever one i'm working on into the kitchen. linoleum cleans up well.

    we're up a couple flights, so the patio thing is pretty safe.

    i'd love a garage, but for now, having a girlfriend who doesn't at all care if i bring them inside works pretty well!
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    Quote Originally Posted by mtbkid
    if it does you might have a problem.
    Next time I need a spare part, I'm coming to your house - I don't know where you live, but I'm going to find out.

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    ooooooooo

    Quote Originally Posted by mtbkid
    if it does you might have a problem.
    jesus christ keaton. where did you get all those sick bikes? you can't tell me you just buy them whenever you want to a performance?
    and hey , is there a good freeride place near the colo. spgs. performance?

    and also do you have any dual crowns that you woould want to sell to me. it looks like there is an abundance. i'm kinda looking. just private message me with a price and let me know.

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