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    Bike Garages...

    The two roomies and I did some garage cleaning recently. The garage is looking better and better!!!!
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    Still more....

    here are a few more...
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    a few more...

    what's in the frig??

    Oh yeah, and my new baby too!!
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    Umm... can I move in?
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    Quote Originally Posted by zman
    Umm... can I move in?
    Currently there is a 4 bike minimum. :-)
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    kinda like candy land

    That is awesome!!! I thought I was cool with 7 bikes, a craftsmans ball bearing toolbox, and bike stand. I'm guessing no gurls live @ ur house either, haha

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    Quote Originally Posted by Andy aka Rut
    Currently there is a 4 bike minimum. :-)
    Four's not a problem. I'm working on six right now.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Andy aka Rut
    Currently there is a 4 bike minimum. :-)
    My offer to rent your room still stands:-)

    And I meet the 4 bike minimum with ease.....but is there a maximum:-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by donkey
    My offer to rent your room still stands:-)

    And I meet the 4 bike minimum with ease.....but is there a maximum:-)

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    When it's time for one of us to move out....you got a spot!

    Then we would actually have someone that could work on them too! :-)
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    Where's the girlie calendar?
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    Cool-blue Rhythm I Am There!

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    I just discovered Fuller Stout. As a result I'm a bit drunk!
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    Bottles are SO last century.





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    I like the way the new bike gets to stay in the house, not the cold ol' garage

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    Impressive!

    But what the hell do you use that Bonfire with road tires for??

    Even Dutch beers in the fridge? Like I said, impressive..

    Part of my 'garage'...


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    Andy, that seem like THE way to keep out obtrusive chicks, show them the garage first.
    I see fat small fat tires, and skinny big ones, but no big fat ones??
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    I have a seperate ajoining room for bike storage, otherwise I would not be able to move in the garage. I do keep a car in there ya know!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cloxxki
    I see fat small fat tires, and skinny big ones, but no big fat ones??
    I believe we have 2 full boingers. The rest are either rigid or hardtails. No 29'ers in the quiver-sorry.
    As for bottles being so last year. Buttweiser was the year that never really existed at all. Come on now Pete....I think EVERYONE expected at least a little more from you than that!
    Regarding the Bonfire...It's my only "road" bike with gears. I have the Pista (fixed) and the green Voodoo (ss with just over 3:1 on her). The Bonfire will hopefully get me back in shape.
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    WOW! The most impressive thing, however, is all those really nice bikes hanging in there without parts and stuff.

    Jeez, I;m speechless.

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    wow!

    Quote Originally Posted by 32seventeen
    I have a seperate ajoining room for bike storage, otherwise I would not be able to move in the garage. I do keep a car in there ya know!
    i'm having a workshop built and i want it to look just like yours when i'm done....well, except i want my bike on the stand.

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    Thanks *rt* , you can put your bike in the stand anytime


    Quote Originally Posted by *rt*
    i'm having a workshop built and i want it to look just like yours when i'm done....well, except i want my bike on the stand.

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    On the other hand

    This is not a very impressive bike garage but it works.




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    Quote Originally Posted by 32seventeen
    Thanks *rt* , you can put your bike in the stand anytime
    yeahbut, can i move all your tools into my workshop. ok, not all of them but you do have several that i don't yet have.

    hehe

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    Quote Originally Posted by *rt*
    yeahbut, can i move all your tools into my workshop. ok, not all of them but you do have several that i don't yet have.

    hehe

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    I moved all that stuff a couple years ago when we bought this house, trust me you don't want to move all my tools . sshhhhhh, no one noticed the deraillure alignment tool hanging up
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    Beer list please?

    I can recognize the Corona, Newcastle, Blue Moon, and is that Amstel Light? But how about a run down of what else is in there?

    Very impressive garage. Is your Seven a SS?

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