Currently 4 and it will stay like this for some time...next bike is a kids bike then
1992 Canondale Track
2013 Bianchi Pista Beater
Giro NJS HHSB
On One Pompino v4
Hong fu fm066
genesis equilibrium disc commuter
Cannondale caad4 f1000 headshok mtb
Paul Donohue (Graham weigh branded) 853 track
Ciocc San Cristobal
In parts: balk (eddy Merck's)track bike
To get fixed; Reynolds 853 thorn xtc made by Lee cooper
Only 6 then ;)
Tonic Fab supernaut
Caad 5 USA
Specialized Allez Sprint
Falcon pub bike
And Isen no 12 which is my current project.
Not as much as others but I think it’s a good amount for the age 24
1991 Trek 8900
1992 Scott pro racing
Gary fisher ferrous 29er
1994? Pinarello monvisio
1981 Alan compitizone
1948 Raleigh record ace
Dawes town bike 60s unknown model
Sarto/Campagnolo promo bike
Genesis equilibrium to disc
Hill climb special unknown model budget 6kg bike.
I keep on eying up bikes from c.1900
This thread would be so much more interesting with pictures..
do enlighten us
Mine are all filthy. Was going to clean one today but frankly I'm fucked after today's ride.
My stable has grown by 50% from 7 to 10.5
@t0-ster feel free to post pics
folding train commuter
90s beater pub schoolrun MTB
old-ish 26er full bouncy
vintage rotting away in the garden
fixed currently in bits
and a partridge in a pear tree.
Keep the visuals coming!
My CAADs, Arkose and GF’s Look
My current setup. Elin, C-track and Landshark
My mission will be to get 17 down to 4 (each) for us this summer..
4 is ideal if you ask me:
Skip the MTB if you're not into that, add track and/or TT if you do those things.
Edit: it goes without saying that ideally you just buy all the bikes. But 4 is manageable and covers nearly all sorts of riding for most people.
Haven't got pics of them all, but I think me and the good lady have about 30 between us. That includes commuter bikes, race bikes, mtb's, 2 Bromptons, a Moulton, fixies, tandems, a recumbent, a trike, TT bikes, two pub bikes and some oddities.
I shamefully added to my "Twenty" collection today with a nice original Raleigh. The guy I got it from showed me part his collection of bikes - 150! I didn't have time, nor did he, to look properly but he has got a bit of a problem.
since I started sizing down on my road bikes, my number of (vintage) mountainbikes has only gone up...
3 CX bikes
9 road bikes
6 mountainbike frames
4 road frames
Currently fully built:
Graham Weigh 531 road
Genesis geared commuter
Kona Paddy Wagon single speed commuter
On-one 853 Inbred (must build this for the summer)
98ish vintage Stumpjumper (vague plans to build drop bar MTB/monster cross)
Son: B-twin MTB
Daughter: B-Twin hybrid
Wife: Rockhopper (never ridden)
Track bike (must sell soon 😔)
20" freestyle BMX
20" race BMX
fixed Cinelli CXSS rat
Presto NJS jewellery bike
Plus too many framesets knocking about that I should probably sell
22 now built up
One about to be purchased.i have a problem.
1948 Raleigh record ace fixed
Genesis equilibrium disc ti
Hill climb special no idea what it is but it's purple now and light
Campagnolo promo sarto
Dawes town bike
Scott pro racing
Gary fisher ferrous 29"
Orange stage 4
Lo pro to be bought.
Kona lava some frame only
Genesis CX frame
Scott pro racing
Scott pro racing
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