9 that are built and ready to ride at the moment, down from 12 (trying to simplify):
Salsa Spearfish, geared full susp 29er
On-One Scandal, rigid singlespeed 29er
Surly Cross-Check, singlespeed cx race bike
Salsa Vaya, long distance gravel racing buildup, can add racks for touring and bike-camping trips
All-City Big Block, track race bike and fixed gear road bike (swap out tubulars for clinchers and add a brake)
Soma Smoothie, road bike
Iro Phoenix, commuter
Soma ES, road bike
Soma Buena Vista, commuter
I have 9 other framesets, too many wheels to count, and a walk-in closet full of other parts as well. Some I'm in the process of simply boxing up well for storage until I have a bigger place, others I'm in the process of selling, giving away, etc.
1 intense tazer hardtail (dj/4x)
1 canfield yelli screamy 29r hardtail (xc/trail)
1 santa cruz v10 carbon (dh race)
0.5 trek slash build in progress (enduro/mini dh)
1 kawasaki kx250f (trail/enduro/motoX fun!)
Pinarello Treviso - crit bike
Merlin Extralight - road bike
Schwinn Stringray - cruiser
Bridgestone MB1 - store runner
05 S-WORKS Stumpy PUSH'd & For Sale
10 S-WORKS Stumpy
97 S-WORKS SS
06 SC Nomad
07 Demo 7II
Yamaha XT225 - For Sale
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1) 2012 Norco CCX3
2) 2011 Cannondale SL4 29er
3) 2004 Monty ALP 219
3) 1999 GT XCR1000
5) 1992 GT Talera
6) 1982 Nishiki International
7) 1977 Nishiki Trim Master
8) early 1970's CCM Tandem
9) 2009 KTM 200 XCW
4 for myself was too many, there's some impressive lists in there. I sold off almost everything and now have two. The commuter and the trail bike.
"...like sex with the trail." - Boe
Guh, living in one of the most expensive cities in the world sucks sometimes. I envy the space in the pics posted above. As a result of living in a 650 sq ft apartment with my girlfriend and no storage space, the two of us are already pushing the limits of 5 between the two of us:
2011 Transition Bottlerocket, built into an everything bike (AM, you could say...)
2010 Salsa Vaya, built into an everything road/gravel machine with front and rear racks
1969 Raleigh Twenty folding bike, the bar bike
2011 Linus Dutchie 8 around-town and light touring bike
1971 Raleigh Twenty folding bike, her bar bike
I do plan to sell the Bottlerocket to be able to build a lighter AM/trail rig and add a proper light freeride bike to the stable, but I need to figure out how the hell to fit another bike in here.
I'm more of a dog person
21 bikes? geez, you win. I don't think many are gonna top that.
Female weekend warrior
All I can do to find time for the one never mind buying more.
6 with motors and 2 wheels
2 without motors
In our "bike shed (garage)" we have 9...
2006 Gary Fisher Cake 1 DLX
2000 Litespeed Toccoa
2010 Redline Conquest Team
2006 Ellsworth Moment (for sale)
1970 Raleigh Supercourse
Litespeed road bike
1999 Gary Fisher Aquila
Right now we need more hooks to hang bikes, once we hang the hooks I'll obviously need another bike to hang there
Oh Geez,,,,,6 at the moment, 3 mountain bikes, 1 road bike, 1 fixie, and my wifes hybrid.
Getting a dropper post is like getting a bidet. I didn't know I needed one until I get one and boy, does my ass thank me.
What I don't have is a light weight carbon race mtb, a CX bike, a big travel bike, a dirt jumper/park bike and a road bike.
Sometimes, you need to go fast enough that the trail is a blur to find clarity. -- Wild Bill
3 right now, Fuji Roubaix for road and staitionary, Bianchi Axis Cross, and Giant xtc 29er.
Forgot the other bike, it has a motor. Road King Classic.
3 in the garage and 1 in the basement.
2010 Niner RIP 9
2011 Soul Cycle Dillinger
2008 "Barbie" tricycle (my daughters!)
1994 GT Avalanche (original RS Mag 21) in need of a total drivetrain rebuild.
Just sold my 2005 Klein Quantum Road Bike. I miss it but thought I needed to downsize the fleet... after reading some of the other posts I think I was wrong.
3 in the garage
8+/- in the pain cave
1 runt in kitchen
I still haven't figured out how to have fun riding more than one at a time.
I feel that three is the best number for one person, gotta get rid of some!
Wife's: Kona Cinder Cone
Me: Kona Cinder Cone
Surly Cross Check
We have 3 at our place, I have 2 roomies....
2005 Colnago Active+ w/ Ultegra (Trainer)
2009 Giant TCR w/ Red (Road)
2000 Stumpjumper Comp M2 (Commuter)
2009 Specialized Epic Sram X0 10speed and 2011 SID
2010 Specialized Stumpjumper Expert 29 (X0 9speed)
2008 Specialized Safire Comp
200? Trek Madone Project 1 w/ Rival
2010 Van Dessel Lilly Pullitzer (Beach Cruiser)
1998 Gary Fisher Aquila (My first mtb, she uses it around town)
2003 Gary Fisher Sugar
197? Schwinn Steel Road Bike
Quick thanks to my wife for allowing the "Spare Bedroom" to not have a bed, but a bike rack and work bench for our toys.
Turner DHR(she has a M9 onroute)
6 Bikes for 4 of us
- Norco Team DH
- Malvern Star XCS3.0
- Avanti Black Thunder
- Scott MTB
- Avanti BB86 1.0
- Fluid Momentum
My mum and I are the cyclist, she does Road riding mostly and I am a downhill rider
I'm New to the Downhill World, but I'm gonna hit it hard
Zero. Sold my gas motor bike and ready to get some recreation bikes!
2011 Specialized Enduro Comp
2012 Specialized Stumpjumper Carbon 29 HT
2011 Niner One 9
2010 Surley Pugsley
2011 Cannondale Bad Boy (road bike)
2010 Trek Sawyer (staged in Greece for next year's Crete Expedition)
2009 Gary Fisher Whaoo (loaned to a friend)
2010 Specialized FSR XC Expert
2010 Specialized Stumpjumper Carbon HT 26
2010 Cannondale Synapse
I'm making the move to all 29ers except the Enduro.
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