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Old 11-28-09, 10:09 PM   #51
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My wife is very tolerant considering bikes and gear have invaded every room and all large closets in the house. That's what happens when -- desiring to live in the city where everything is central and car use is unnecessary -- you move from a large house into a townhouse!
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Old 11-29-09, 02:57 PM   #52
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All 10 of my bikes fit into what used to be my wife's shed.......

I do have moist items of cycling apparel drying in 3 different rooms, chain splitters and spare tubes scattered around and drawers full of clothing a parts that will @one day, come in handy':-)
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Old 11-30-09, 03:22 PM   #53
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I find it a little funny and creepy you have a tripod pointed at your bed
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Actually, here are couple more. I've posted these before in one of the "how do you wash your bikes" threads. The old place had a shower stall. I could roll them in on the back wheel and lean them against the side of the shower. The new place has a regular tub, and requires a different method:

As I've advised before, exercise extreme caution with this if you co-habitate with females.
If this works right, you'll see the bike shower in the Earth Rider Motel in Broadhead WI. I think the lady in the picture is the owner, and she designed showers for both bicycles and people in the bike shop that's located on the ground floor beneath the motel.

http://earthridercycling.com/bicycle...d=105&number=7
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Old 11-30-09, 07:52 PM   #55
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moi? it isn't pointed at the bed. that is just the only place I don't keep knocking it over when I move a bike. LOL
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Currently every bike is spending the crappier months in the garage. All 11 of them + the xtracycle. My bike gear such as shorts/socks/shoes stay in my room, while the battery chargers/helmet/bags are in the office. When I'm riding more often I keep the chosen one in the house. The roomies don't really like that though - I swear sometimes its worse than living with my ex.

Parts are strewn all over during a project.
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Old 12-03-09, 09:10 AM   #57
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i live in a studio apartment in manhattan, my only room is my personal space. the other room I have is a bathroom, that's about it.
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