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    Ibis Cribs

    Or more precisely, where does your bike sleep? Thought it would be fun to have some Garage pics put up.

    One of my favorite garage pics



    Yes, my garage is a pit and I need to spend time organizing, but I would rather be riding my bike or hanging out with my kids

    So what have you got?

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    Corner of my cave

    Or the Bunker as I call it. I just finished the steel curved stairs an mezzanine. Now there's room for new Ibis arrivals, like a Ripley.

    Ibis Cribs-img_0089.jpg
    Note to self: 85% of FTP for 20 min.

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    That looks awesome!

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    Punk, where'd those other two HDs come from? You got a collection I don't know about?

    Here's my HD space. Yes, that's carpet in the garage. All the better to work on the bike in bare feet!


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    I don't think I've ever seen a carpeted garage.

    Mine is heated with hydronics in the floor. But carpet! Wow.
    Note to self: 85% of FTP for 20 min.

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    I worry when I see an extremely clean bike. Seriously.

    By the way, nice garage and Beemer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Robo SD View Post
    Punk, where'd those other two HDs come from? You got a collection I don't know about?

    Here's my HD space. Yes, that's carpet in the garage. All the better to work on the bike in bare feet!

    I should be getting a commission from Ibis at this point. I have directly sold 7 HD's and will probably sell another one in the next month or so! One of those I was building for my friend and the other was one we just finished building for another friend.

    Do you have issues with cable strands in the carpeting?

    Although his bike is clean he rides it a LOT!

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    Here is the current picture of my garage. Intense outnumbers Ibis for the rest of the week, but only the red Tracer is mine.


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    ^^^You had to one-up me by showing off a piece of your X5 and M5 didn't ya, punk? Looking good.

    By cable strands, you mean shift cables remnants? If so, no problems. One benefit is dropped screws don't go hopping so far. Anytime I get new carpet I put the old stuff in the garage rather than throw away. But this time I went a step further and had the carpet guy assemble the largest pieces, then glue together for no overlaps or moving. But I still get eye rolls from the wife when I vacuum the man room!

    BTW Gregg K, that staircase is awesome.

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    Mine sleeps with pretty good company


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    Quote Originally Posted by Salespunk View Post
    Here is the current picture of my garage. Intense outnumbers Ibis for the rest of the week, but only the red Tracer is mine.

    I want that Pike on the Spider Comp, would you mind stealing it for me? Also what front tire is on that Spider Comp?

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    Looks like a tornado hit my work station


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    Quote Originally Posted by Colin+M View Post
    I want that Pike on the Spider Comp, would you mind stealing it for me? Also what front tire is on that Spider Comp?
    It is an Ardent 2.4. I think RS has something really good with this fork.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Salespunk View Post
    It is an Ardent 2.4. I think RS has something really good with this fork.
    Thanks for the response, I had originally planned on running the 150mm version on my Spider Comp before I got the SB95c. Was this the 140mm version? Stanchions look long.

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    Ibis Cribs

    That is a scary-nice collection of MTB history right there.

    Quote Originally Posted by crconsulting View Post
    Mine sleeps with pretty good company

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    Quote Originally Posted by benja55 View Post
    That is a scary-nice collection of MTB history right there.
    I'm a huge sucker for the Doug Bradbury Manitou bikes. (including the Frankenstein-dually). Only thing missing here is a Fat City Yo Eddy! ;D

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    Quote Originally Posted by crconsulting View Post
    Mine sleeps with pretty good company
    That is a beautiful sight. I cannot even imagine how you have kept those in such good condition. My 83 Diamondback is literally falling apart.
    Note to self: 85% of FTP for 20 min.

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    Good job!

    Quote Originally Posted by Pelly_NH View Post
    I'm a huge sucker for the Doug Bradbury Manitou bikes.
    Same here, though I leaned toward the Cunninghams. It's ironic really because I always hated the way AL bikes rode back then but I loved the work-bike aesthetics. Ti and steel were my thing for my own kits.
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    A counterpoint to the hospital clean pics above.
    One of these days I'm gonna get organezized.
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails Ibis Cribs-temp-crib.jpg  


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    I'll trade you my SLR for the Cunningham. If that's not enough how about a powerbar wrapper? AAAAND a campy seatpost. But seriously, I am soo jealous of your collection! Enjoy the crap out of them

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    Herro prease

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    Quote Originally Posted by Colin+M View Post
    Thanks for the response, I had originally planned on running the 150mm version on my Spider Comp before I got the SB95c. Was this the 140mm version? Stanchions look long.
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    Here is a much more Ibisesque picture of my garage from last night


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    Yowzers! That settles it, I'm going 150mm on my SB95c.

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    The previous owners of the house we purchased a couple years ago built a room for their dogs. My wife and I use this room as a bike shop and an art room for the kids. They kids can spill paint and I can spill brake fluid. I ride out my backyard gate to the Phoenix Mountain Preserve trails two blocks away.

    Ibis Cribs-image.jpg

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    ^^^^^^Killer setup!

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    That is more like mine. Can't imagine having a garage so clean as the carpeted one above with the beemer. Then again I live in the city and don't have a garage. My downstairs LR is a bike shop/bachelor's lair/speaker building shop.

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