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    Pics of your bike room/setup, tool layout etc...

    Let's see em guys!!!
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    you didn't start with your's?

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    Mine hasn't been setup just yet.... Waiting on my Fatty...
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    Here's mine (pre fat)

    Nice to work in a clean warm bright environment
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    Very nice!!!
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    Why do you want to see a pic of my living room???.....

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    I could show you my studio apt. With 3 bikes stuffed in it. Trying to figure out how to get a fourth in there. I love that garage. I think I'll need to leave Cali to afford a garage

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    Quote Originally Posted by crewjones View Post
    I could show you my studio apt. With 3 bikes stuffed in it. Trying to figure out how to get a fourth in there. I love that garage. I think I'll need to leave Cali to afford a garage
    You can suspend them from the ceiling or affix them to the wall. There is always room to add one more to the fleet..
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    Fully wife approved

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    Pics of your bike room/setup, tool layout etc...

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    Fully wife approved

    You have a good wife!!! 😊


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    Quote Originally Posted by Trekmogul View Post
    You can suspend them from the ceiling or affix them to the wall. There is always room to add one more to the fleet..
    You're saying there's always room, but if they're nonexistent in your case, of course there is room for every bike and more.
    I have a kind of small garage and there is barely room for all the bikes in it (6) and all the tools. The garage is also shared with car repair stuff. The spare bike parts have to be in a separate room.

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    Picture here of my 50 by 90 shop as it starts to fill up with plastic bikes and junk..
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    This is a room above my garage. Not everything is pictured but you get the idea...
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    Quote Originally Posted by pitbullandmtb View Post
    You have a good wife!!! 😊
    Yeah she's pretty awesome. Even delivers beers while im working on the bikes
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    I just moved so my bikes are stuffed into the new detached 4-car shop/garage along with almost all of our other crap. Some day I'll be fully moved in and that building will function like it's meant to.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mtuck1 View Post
    This is a room above my garage. Not everything is pictured but you get the idea...
    Looks good there..
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    I managed to squeeze out a full bike room in a highrise apartment after a bit of planning. Certainly can't afford generous parking space like some of the pics seen here. Thankfully I have no more dwarfs running around anymore.
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    more here and here

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shark View Post
    Why do you want to see a pic of my living room???.....
    Yup this or anywhere else I feel like throwing my stand up and digging in.

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    I just packed my stuff into a container here in Anchortown and sent it on its way to West Virginia. I will be moving into, for the first time, a house with a basement and a garage. FatCave will be erected soon.

    On a side note I sold my wife's old Rockhopper to fund her Fatbike. That will make three Fatty's in the family
    Still cleaning my Fatback.
    It's a life style.

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    Re: Pics of your bike room/setup, tool layout etc...

    Here's mine



    Looking for 58cm Road Logic or Road Classic

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    Where did you get the metal (?) on the walls?

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    Here's mine



    I like your metal walls. We were thinking diamond plate for just the lower part of the walls where the bikes will be store in Super Stands to prevent bike tire marks. Where did you get this or what is it called? Did you install it yourself? What did you use for baseboards/trim? TYIA!

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    Too crowded!
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    third car space became the bike shack

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    Quote Originally Posted by mtnbkrjen View Post
    I like your metal walls. We were thinking diamond plate for just the lower part of the walls where the bikes will be store in Super Stands to prevent bike tire marks. Where did you get this or what is it called? Did you install it yourself? What did you use for baseboards/trim? TYIA!
    That was a 4 year old post so the OP may not respond.

    The panels are corrugated galvanized steel roof panels:

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    shared space

    Moved from 300 sq ft room to 100 sq ft in garage
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