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    What's Your Garage Like?

    No room for cars in mine - it's a workshop, storeroom, gym, etc, etc.

    That's the first snow of winter outside - luvly!

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    Still got some space for cars.
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    Quote Originally Posted by poff
    Still got some space for cars.
    Yeah but you can't afford one! Nice bikes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Danimal
    Yeah but you can't afford one! Nice bikes.

    -Danimal

    if you have that kind of stable- its a moots point! *Bada bing* *bada boom* *honkah-honkah*

    okay im sorry i just had to say it...

    awesome bikes though! id love to see the matching cars that go in that garage..

    any pics?
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    Mine was full a few years ago and not its... and I hate the 3 C's coffins/cars/cellphones
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    I have a carport. So if I stored my bikes there it would probably look pretty empty fairly soon. My living room, on the other hand...
    now the world is gone i'm just o n e

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    Six bikes, workspace with shelving and an ~700 sq ft climbing cave.
    No room for cars. In SoCal nobody puts their car in the garge.

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    Need more than one garage

    I have a 3 car garage that oddly enough.....have cars in them!!!

    I built a "toy shed" out back. It's a 20 x 20 garage with full power. 5 Motorcycles, 5 bicycle, 2 snowmobiles, kids toys/bikes, lawnmower, etc.

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    Scary. Very scary. My wife insists on her half for her car, but the other half looks like this...
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    Why put a car in a garage if you have a perfectly good driveway??

    Anyway, I have neither. In fact, my car IS my garage. And locker room.
    "We sat outside the dentist, tooting a horn on the guy's bike."-overheard in the Underground

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    no room for cars in mine either.....with 4 kids and no basement, we decided to make the garage an effective "other" room. because of my compulsive bike buying behavior, this 8 month old picture reflects bikes that are either sold or look completely different with new bikes replacing them....but the point is still there.
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    Adopt me FoShiz!

    man you got all the cool Toyz!

    No Garage here, just a poorly lit walk-in basement (my little dungeon for all my FrankenBike creations)
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    Wished I had built it bigger. Can still get 3 cars, and all bikes suspended if necessary for these cold winter days!
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    what garage?

    GARAGE?

    WHAT GARAGE?!

    What does your living room look like?

    bike stand/frames on the floor/bikes in the corner/truing stand/parts/parts/and more parts

    Here's to condo living!
    crosseyed and luvin' it

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    what garage?

    rt - fantasizing about a driveway and a workshop behind the house (yea, i know i need to work on better fantasies)
    "where are you not going so fast?" (question asked to cyclist on a trainer)

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    single garage in town, 3 bikes, lots of crap

    900sqft double garage at the cottage, 12 bikes, daughter's Vespa, 2 canoes, truck takes half, workshop, tools and storage takes the rest

    will post some pics when we're up on the weekend

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    i have a single car garage (intown atlanta). but, of course i don't park my car in it, it houses about 8 bikes and associated parts, gear, tools, etc. i park my car in front of my garage and the neighbors (HOA) have started complaining about people not parking in their garages...so i have a feeling i'm going to have to start. i don't get it?! who said garages are only for cars? i have no idea where i'm going to store all my stuff i really care about now

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    My Boulder home has a 1 car garage. Currently my motorcycle, road bike, trials bike and assorted bike parts are in the garage. My totally decked out FS and SingleSpeed have their own bedroom inside the house.

    The garage is a big mess right now and I hope to have more organized after my 9' Brunswick Gold Crown with 860 Simonis and double shimmed pockets gets installed inside the house today. (you can see the 3 piece slate in the bottom right corner of the pic)
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    Quote Originally Posted by brg
    My Boulder home has a 1 car garage. Currently my motorcycle, road bike, trials bike and assorted bike parts are in the garage. My totally decked out FS and SingleSpeed have their own bedroom inside the house.

    The garage is a big mess right now and I hope to have more organized after my 9' Brunswick Gold Crown with 860 Simonis and double shimmed pockets gets installed inside the house today. (you can see the 3 piece slate in the bottom right corner of the pic)

    I have one of those.....
    "Welcome to my underground lair...."

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    really??

    Quote Originally Posted by Lutarious
    I have one of those.....
    they are nice bikes, eh?

    mine's an '88 - originally blue but I had it painted BRG (british racing green) and added a M4.

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    The garage is for tractors and Things. The basement is for bikes...
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    This is where we chill.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mashochist
    This is where we chill.

    That looks very cool. Is the dog in jail?
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    Quote Originally Posted by mashochist
    This is where we chill.
    drooool!!

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    Is the dog on a cell?

    Is that a garage or basement?

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    Quote Originally Posted by troy
    That looks very cool. Is the dog in jail?
    There's a dog door inside the jail that leads out to a fenced area. I'm hoping that a criminal would figure that two pitbulls have the run of the place. Thanks for the compliment.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DiRt DeViL
    Is the dog on a cell?

    Is that a garage or basement?
    Its a barn that I converted into a shop. I'd take a pic of the exterior but its pouring rain right now.

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    Related to this, does anyone have a good way of hanging multiple bikes (~10) in a space efficient manner?

    In the process of changing what was a 1/2 garage & bedroom into a bike room.

    Currently all of the bikes, spare parts & gear are jambed into a spare bedroom in the basement.

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    Pic stolen from RBR

    Quote Originally Posted by CraigH
    Related to this, does anyone have a good way of hanging multiple bikes (~10) in a space efficient manner?

    In the process of changing what was a 1/2 garage & bedroom into a bike room.

    Currently all of the bikes, spare parts & gear are jambed into a spare bedroom in the basement.
    Its Akirasho's (posts on rbr.com) bike space.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CraigH
    Related to this, does anyone have a good way of hanging multiple bikes (~10) in a space efficient manner?

    In the process of changing what was a 1/2 garage & bedroom into a bike room.

    Currently all of the bikes, spare parts & gear are jambed into a spare bedroom in the basement.
    send them to me!

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    LOL! You wouldn't want most of them.

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    Mine is pretty messy.







    And yes there are a couple of shopping carts, not stolen. I found them during a tropical storm on the corner of my street, went out and collected them.

    They were used to store kitchen related stuff during the kitchen renovation and were never put back in the kitchen.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CraigH
    Related to this, does anyone have a good way of hanging multiple bikes (~10) in a space efficient manner?

    In the process of changing what was a 1/2 garage & bedroom into a bike room.

    Currently all of the bikes, spare parts & gear are jambed into a spare bedroom in the basement.
    Not 10, but 7. The garage is where I run my lawn service business out of, so it's full of mowers, blowers, snow thrower, air compressor, chain saw, etc. The basement serves as bike central. Alternating the direction you hang the bikes, lets you hang them pretty tightly.





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    Our garage is currently being used to store my brother's junk, my dad's old junk, my mom's junk, our inlaw's junk, and my sister's junk and a toyota camry. No room for a bike in it.

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    Quick pics

    Right and left side of my toyota 4-runner.
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    Just got done with it...
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    Quote Originally Posted by mashochist
    This is where we chill.
    That's great looking. Poor doggy doesn't look happy.
    Trev!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trevor!
    That's great looking. Poor doggy doesn't look happy.
    Of course not. He wants to be on that couch over there on the right. ;^P

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trevor!
    That's great looking. Poor doggy doesn't look happy.
    If the poor little doggies didnt get into the neighbors goat pen they wouldnt have had to be incarcerated. Since they were first time offenders I tried to make their cell as comfy as possible. This is her partner in crime.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MDEnvEngr
    The garage is for tractors and Things. The basement is for bikes...
    That looks like an old Massey Furgeson .


    I dont have a garage and my basement is unfinished. However, when I start finishing it, mashochist's looks like what I want!

    mashochist, do you have the plans for that workbench or did you wing it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MDEnvEngr
    The garage is for tractors and Things. The basement is for bikes...
    Isn't that either an old Farmall or Allis Chalmers?

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    All bicycles had to be evacuated due to automotive anomalies. Garage Officials say that the structure was only built to handle class 3 Subaru repairs, and that current load far excedes capacity.

    Most bikes made it safetly to a refugee camp on the patio.





    Note the cyptic messages left by the previous tenants.
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    "Dirty" half of the basement...

    ...is for the steeds. The cat owns the work bench



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    This is great. I'm having my first house built this winter/spring and we get a detached 2-car garage to play with. So all these pictures are helpful. I just hope we have room for bikes (and maybe skies, snowboards, a canoe, tools, lawn mower, etc). The garage will be 20x25 feet and will definately have to fit 2 cars inside during the long winters. It'll be a tight squeeze.

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    Is that a bench seat from a car or truck?

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    The garage. We have no space for bikes in our garage, our bikes are in the basement. We have a lot of cool cars in our garage...none of them ours...but just to illustrate how cool...

    Cool
    Aston Martin DB9
    Jaguar XKR
    Porsche 911 Turbo
    BMW 5 something
    Some old Mercedes estate in mustard yellow that is so ugly its cool
    Etc...

    Uncool
    Porsche Ca...yukkie da yuk
    BMW X5tuppid
    Our car

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    i practically live in a garage.
    well, it's a garage converted to a studio.
    loft upstairs, bikes and workshop below.

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    some of the bikes have changed, but the mess remains the same


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    My garage...

    looks like this.
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    1955 Ford 960 on the stands. 73 Thing under the cover. Gotta do something when you're not riding...

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    no cars...or trucks..

    I have a 2 car garage that has not seen a car yet...a nice workbench..motorcycles...lawnmowers etc.... I can't wait to build a detached garage or a BIG shed....

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    wish i had pix, but....i don't so i'll just describe it. A work bench on one side out fitted with craftsmen. then a 1989 chrysler conquest tsi in near mint condition. a 2002 honda vfr. and when its racing season i keep my 2004 crf250r in there and my cr125 and my xr600r. Then we got a redline mini, a old trek road bike, a older trek bike tricked out in campaganolo parts!! a pro-flex with with a noleen carbon fork. and then my hardrock pro. all of the bikes are hanging. then we have motocross crap taking up most of the other room along with table saws and what not......all we need are more bikes.......hmm

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    I think I need to move, that is the only way to get some more space.
    The Spot has "taken" to the Trek twice now and scratched it

    A tidy side and a slightly less tidy side.
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    The build queue

    Yeti 575-waiting for a fork
    Klein Attitude fully rigid SS
    Steel SS frame I built at UBI (fillet-brazed)
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    The bike room

    This is what the room attached to my garage looks like... The scary thing is, some of my bikes are not here...
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    The work bench

    Home Depot work bench and mostly Park Tools...
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    I would post a picture of my bike in the garage, if it wasn't stolen outa my garage today. Damnit this sucks...

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    This is mine, I need a bigger one, this is actually a good day, with only 2 bikes in there, and they're in bits!


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    K-max

    If I had a garage like K-max's, I don't know if I would even bother going back into the house.

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    Quote Originally Posted by K-max
    looks like this.
    Did you customize an old fridge? If you did I would love to copy it. Gotta pic of the inside?

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    Quote Originally Posted by FoShizzle
    no room for cars in mine either.....with 4 kids and no basement, we decided to make the garage an effective "other" room. because of my compulsive bike buying behavior, this 8 month old picture reflects bikes that are either sold or look completely different with new bikes replacing them....but the point is still there.
    dosent the hand prints look like the last part of the blair witch project?

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    Favorite room...

    on a clean day
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    here's the pics

    Quote Originally Posted by JM01
    single garage in town, 3 bikes, lots of crap

    900sqft double garage at the cottage, 12 bikes, daughter's Vespa, 2 canoes, truck takes half, workshop, tools and storage takes the rest

    will post some pics when we're up on the weekend

    house and cottage...never a clean day
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    drool...thats sweet...wish i had a garage....oh well the shed will have to do for now
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    Sorry for the delay!

    I need to remember which thread I posted to so as not to ignore people. I'll take some photos of the set-up so you can do it yourself. It's really quite easy but you'll need to accumulate a few tap items first. Basically, you take an old fridge, gut it, and build a flat platform at the base (where the veggie drawers once were) for the keg to sit. Then it's just an issue of running all the lines.

    What you need:
    - an old, one door fridge
    - a CO2 canister (about 15" tall, you can get these at welding supply shops-make sure it has a regulator)
    - about 15-20' food grade tubing
    - a keg tap
    - a handful of hose clamps
    - a tap and handle

    That's simplifying it a bit but if you get this far, you're very close to having beer on tap. I can't take credit for mine. I bought an entire homebrewing setup and the guy threw in the kegerator just because. It'd be a fun project though. Like building a bike, only beer comes out of it. What a concept!

    I made the grip tap myself, by the way. I was missing one and I thought, "what would make a really cool and original tap handle? Duh...I got an idea...

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    You'd most likely stay outside.

    It's too easy for my wife to count how many beers I've had. Take the amount of times the door has slammed closed and divide by two. Thank God she's cool with it. One of the benefits of having a wife that rides.

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    Quote Originally Posted by K-max
    I need to remember which thread I posted to so as not to ignore people.
    Check out the "My Account" link for a list of all the threads you are subscribed to, that have had replies since you last visited them.

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    For anyone else that needs to store a bunch of bikes, check out Padre's bike rack thread here:

    http://forums.mtbr.com/forumdisplay....sprune=30&f=59

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    here's mine

    1 1/2 cars (I guess that would be a car and a motorcycle).

    No room to park in on a regular basis, only when repairs are necessary then I have to move stuff out temporarily.

    Left side features:

    snowblower, ladder, riding mower, cart full of firewood, recycling bins and a bike I don't have to pedal.

    Right side:

    toolchest, shelves, 6 bikes, table saw

    Work bench:

    self explanitory
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    I keep my cold beer right off the kitchen on the deck.

    I use 1/6 bbls or "mini kegs" that hold 5 gal. With this configuration I can get two and still have auxilliary refer space on the shelf above. But sometime in the future I'm going to get the faucets and hardware to add one or two more taps, then I will use the tall skinny Cornelius kegs which are also 5 gal.


    The garage after a ride weekend:

    Somewhat organized:

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    a little advice -

    Quote Originally Posted by dir-T
    This is great. I'm having my first house built this winter/spring and we get a detached 2-car garage to play with. So all these pictures are helpful. I just hope we have room for bikes (and maybe skies, snowboards, a canoe, tools, lawn mower, etc). The garage will be 20x25 feet and will definately have to fit 2 cars inside during the long winters. It'll be a tight squeeze.
    Tall ceiling. WIth a tall ceiling (10 feet is good) you can still get the cars in under the goodies.

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    Back when I had a garage, this is what it looked like.
    No cool beer taps, b/w tile, or pool tables....
    Only way to fit all the bikes and the truck in a one car garage....use the rafters!

    Pic is approx. 4 years old.

    -g

    (damn the BA real estate market.....)
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