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Old 08-28-20, 04:01 AM
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3..and a bit

Commuter
fixed gear
Mtb (rigid)
Road bike frame waiting to get built.
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Old 09-09-20, 12:51 PM
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Trek Madone SLR road bike - my aero bike, fast on the less lumpy stuff.
Wilier Zero6 road bike - my hill climbing bike, 5.8kg of speed and my bike of choice for the road racing in my part of the World.
KTM Scarp Sonic 29er MTB - where I live most cycle races are XC MTB, this is my race bike for that.
Giant ATX 26" MTB - my first MTB, now 21 years old and still looking great. Ride for Guests now.
Fixie - sadly for me this will be donated to someone lucky soon since our Amsterdam apartment will go for rent when my wife no longer needs to commute there for work. Wonderful for getting around the city though, we have never needed to own a car there.
KTM Kapoho E-MTB - mine, but my wife uses it almost exclusively. I bought it when I still thought my knee's would never recover again for serious racing, happily I was proved wrong, my knee's have strengthened again and this bike was the perfect way back into cycling after a long time out.
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Old 09-09-20, 01:09 PM
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Road, CF Endurance
Road, AL Spare (used on the trainer)
MTB, full squish
Commuter, with 250 watt eWheel

All were ridden outdoors in the last 7 days
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Old 10-14-20, 09:33 AM
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I have 3 bikes, soon to be 4.

1. Specialized Tarmac for the weekend rides.
2. Specialized Sirrus X, my main commuter.
3. Turbo Vado for the days I want an easier ride.
4. Allez Sprint frame.
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Old 10-16-20, 07:53 PM
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I only own 1 bike. My neighbor was kind enough to let me borrow his bike for awhile before I got my own.
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Old 10-21-20, 04:34 AM
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I have three, a mountain bike for distances, and a pair of old folding shoppers, the kind with one handbrake and a coaster brake. One shopper has a bask front and rear, the other has been stripped down to be a moving exercise bicyle.

It does seem funny that we can have so many bikes and be interested in a care free existence, for surely while we might be without cars we are not really free
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Old 11-06-20, 03:22 PM
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My n+1 usually hovers at 3. Seems like whenever I get a 4th bike, I sell one. Now that I have a MTB + Road + a new gravel bike, I think I'm set for a while.
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Old 11-06-20, 04:47 PM
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Probably 45-50ish...40+are riders...I sold so bikes many this season! Bike corral is ‘bout empty...deliciously empty! Never again...probably...
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Old 11-09-20, 06:40 PM
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Three bikes, but really just one these days.

I never use two of them anymore, but my wife enjoys using them: She uses the Bullitt for carrying things, and the mini-velo if we all three (me, her, and our daughter) are out cycling - which means I carry everything on mine.

I currently have a strong lust for a proper gravel bike - preferably a custom titanium one, but I'm holding out as I don't actually need to spend a lot of dough on something that might not see that much use. I'm still very happy with my Omnium and use it for everything. It is my pickup truck, my race bike, my exploring bike, my touring bike, my one-person transportation bike, my kid carrier, and my all-around fun bike.
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Old 12-25-20, 10:09 PM
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Four.
1980 Motobecane Mirage Sport
1990ís Bianchi Reparto Corse
2019 Trek Check Point AL 4
2020 Trek Roscoe
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Old 12-30-20, 06:06 PM
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I only have one...a 90s specialized hard rock ultra... Racked, panniers on rear, wald basket up front. I call it my mountownie build. Have a Nitro Brahma bar with bar ends mounted near the neck, in a pseudo touring bar setup, but allowing easy access to my front basket contents on the fly. Its ugly, absolutely undesirable to thieves... And perfect for me
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Old 01-04-21, 08:59 PM
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Originally Posted by notthe1freeman View Post
I only have one...a 90s specialized hard rock ultra... Racked, panniers on rear, wald basket up front. I call it my mountownie build. Have a Nitro Brahma bar with bar ends mounted near the neck, in a pseudo touring bar setup, but allowing easy access to my front basket contents on the fly. Its ugly, absolutely undesirable to thieves... And perfect for
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here is that one...

And i thought it was the only one i needed/wanted but n+1 over ruled:

Now i got two 90s mtbs...should i aim for 3 lol
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Old 01-04-21, 09:16 PM
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4.5

All-rounder for brevets, sport riding, gravel: Soma Fog Cutter, just built.
For the trails and such: Trek Roscoe.
Commuter, utility bike; these days, just utility. Priority Eight.
Former brevet bike, on the bubble if I can get comfortable on the Soma: Volae Team Recumbent.
Core workouts and silliness: Nimbus Mountain Unicycle.
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Old 01-12-21, 08:37 PM
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one for the road, one for the trail
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Old 01-13-21, 04:12 AM
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just one ,still does not work i only took apart it ...i hope to fix it soon
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Old 02-21-21, 02:28 PM
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Three. 1985 Diamondback Ascent, 1989 Specialized Rock Combo, 2013 Specialized Tarmac Elite.
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Old 02-21-21, 02:50 PM
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Counting my wife's bikes, 6. I have two gravel bikes (one is for sale) and a hybrid. My wife has nice carbon fiber road bike, an 20 yr old Cannondale road bike (lives on the trainer) and a hybrid.
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