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Old 07-30-13, 05:23 AM   #1
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Show us your workshop!

Post pics of your bicycle workshops for everyone to see here. I'd post mine but its dark right now...
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Old 07-30-13, 08:32 AM   #2
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Mine is more of a spare bedroom turned bike shop man cave bike storage area. I'm lucky enough to have a wife that feels and agrees our bicycles should not be kept in the garage. So I get this room

I do all my maintenance and wheel building in this room. Closets are filled with bike tools, wheel tools, spare wheel, parts, and a couple of bikes. To the front of the chair, is my computer table where I store all my cameras, recorders, and create the videos and pics I post in forums etc.




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It's inside and it's messy. Closet is full of bikes and bike parts.

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It's inside and it's messy. Closet is full of bikes and bike parts.

Nice pano! (And bikes)
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good ,It's inside and it's messy. Closet is full of bikes and bike parts.thanks
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Here is one of mine, in its uncleaned state:
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Have to dig for a photo of my current shop. Getting ready for one helluva an upgrade though. Current shop is about 8'x12' in the front end of a shipping container. New barn will have a 44'x40' ground floor that will include a bicycle work station.

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