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Old 09-03-07, 11:13 AM
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Wife happy- I am sad- sold off bicycles-not

My wife is/was correct my hobbie (compulsion) to buy or save from the dump nice bicycles, was out of hand. I pushed it to the last day + a 24 hour grace period she allowed. I sold all the assembled bikes except two small stepthrough framed, and a 15in mountain bike.
I thought she would be happy. I even sold the Schwinn Super sport fixed gear(see avtar) last night. She still was upset and said she saw a frame hanging from the garage door rails. There was one but she said insisted that there were more. We met in the garage and I showed her there was only one.
The ironic thing is my bikes are gone. I gave her the money to put in the checking account to pay bills with. She is not happy or sastisfied, and now I am getting to shop for another road bike, with the money from the Super Sport (fun for me).

Has anyone else experanced, such discord in the family due to your cycling hobbie?
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Old 09-03-07, 11:27 AM
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I keep my most commonly used road bikes in the living room where I can grab one and go any time I want. They're clean and we don't really use the living room for anything. My wife is always on me to get the bikes out of the house. I disagree - it's a PITA to have to go out to the garage to get a bike. This way I just come downstairs, grab my bike, and I'm out the door. Then recently I got the idea to mount my 72 Bottecchia on the wall in the living room. It would be out of the way and I could still take it down whenever I want to ride. The wife was not at all happy with that idea. She wants me to mount it in the basement. That would a worse PITA than the garage trying to get it up and down the narrow staircase into the basement. I'd end up never riding it and it would become wall art. We're still trying to work this out.
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How many bikes did you have? Were they organized (neat and clean) or an organized mess (in her eyes)
Did you have a work area in the garage that you kept clean? Maybe it was just too much for her to look at.
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We argue about the amount I spend on bikes and bike related things sometimes. I just tell her its a hobby that I enjoy, much like she enjoys decorating the house and spending money on that. I keep all of my bikes, tools, clothes, etc. In the garage, I have made it my own little work space. This seems to work for both of us, I have a place I can work in peace and she doesn't have to maneuver around bikes in the living room.
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It was about 35. I had about 20 stored in the attic, out of sight. My father in law went into the attic and mentioned it to her.
JRrestore - you have a good point. Now that they are gone, I do see how much space they were taking up. I stored them in the attic and worked on them in the garage or in the basement during the winter months. You have helped me see one of her points.

The point she made that I hated to admit she was right was : to paraphrase her - They are junk. People don't see them like you do. They know they can go to Wallmart and buy a brand new bike for under $100, so why would they want any of these! JQ Public don't appriciate out "catch of the day" as she said "they threw them out or donated them for a reason"
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JQ Public don't appriciate out "catch of the day" as she said "they threw them out or donated them for a reason"
That reason being 'because they don't know any better'.

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to paraphrase her - They are junk. People don't see them like you do. They know they can go to Wallmart and buy a brand new bike for under $100, so why would they want any of these!

Start buying and flipping. Cash coming in has a way of quieting the womenfolk down........
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Sometimes being a bachelor is great. My brother and I share an apartment and together we have well over 20 bicycles and/or frames cluttering up the place. Sometimes you have to wade through them carefully to get to the kitchen or stairs, but we're both okay with that. I have also discovered that bikes which rarely get ridden take up much less space when disassembled. I currently have 4 frames and a set of wheels in my closet.
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My wife, bless her heart, has given upon ever getting her car back in the 2 car garage.
It has become, as we like to joke, my "Man Room"!

Neat and orderly? FAAAR from it!
There is one small "path" from the BIG door to the little door.

BUT, in that garage are all the tools needed for ANYTHING!
I have the bike wrenches, stands etc.
20 bikes and a dozen "projects". I do all the prep work for my frame painting here as well.
I have all sorts of metal working tools, workworking tools, including a table saw. I have my G scale trains, my "office", the pantry, Xmas decoration storage, memorabilia storage, kids bikes, camping gear, masonry tools & equipment, all the gardening tools, plumbing tools, some of the "Thomas the Tank Engine" collection, all my house painting tools & equipment, and a large assortment of "stuff"!

I NEVER get the "Honey, can you sell some of this XXXT?"

Mainly, because we haven't had to call a plumber, painter, gardener, handyman or carpenter in YEARS!

Now, if I could only bring myself to work on CARS!
 
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time for a new wife
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Originally Posted by ebr898 View Post
My wife is/was correct my hobbie (compulsion) to buy or save from the dump nice bicycles, was out of hand. I pushed it to the last day + a 24 hour grace period she allowed. I sold all the assembled bikes except two small stepthrough framed, and a 15in mountain bike.
I thought she would be happy. I even sold the Schwinn Super sport fixed gear(see avtar) last night. She still was upset and said she saw a frame hanging from the garage door rails. There was one but she said insisted that there were more. We met in the garage and I showed her there was only one.
The ironic thing is my bikes are gone. I gave her the money to put in the checking account to pay bills with. She is not happy or sastisfied, and now I am getting to shop for another road bike, with the money from the Super Sport (fun for me).

Has anyone else experanced, such discord in the family due to your cycling hobbie?
Time to trade her in, bro!

In the absence of such extreme measures, I'm siding with the previous poster who recommended flipping them. You have a chance to engage in arbitrage, taking bikes from a lesser market (the dump) to a greater market (EBay?). Hard to argue with a little $$$ coming in, so long as you are not using your shop time to avoid relationship issues.

Another method is to keep it to something you can use yourself. For the last fifteen years, I've generally had ten bikes going at any time. When we lived in a small house, anything that I hadn't ridden in a year was on its way out to get something better. I ride a bit less now, and we have more space, so it's more of a five year rule these days. I'm guessing that the remaining stepthroughs and the 15" mountain bike aren't something you would ride yourself.

Good luck with this. If it goes well, she will become a participant in the process. At our house, we also collect old VWs, and my wife is generally the one to make the deals on the cars, because she can pull off the cold blooded "I don't NEED to buy this car, I'm just doing you a favor..." act. If your wife can make you get rid of all the bikes (and I assume she likes you) imagine what she could do to your local bike sellers!

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Originally Posted by bigbossman View Post
Start buying and flipping. Cash coming in has a way of quieting the womenfolk down........
Ditto. My wife doesn't like it when I get too many bikes in the garage and she seems to think that I tie up too much of the household budget in them. I quietly remind her of all the funds that have been brought in by my little hobby over the years that could have easily have gone down the drain if I had done something else like ... oh ... golf.

Try to balance it out by buying/selling, splitting the money and not tying up the whole garage ...

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I used to work on cars, but the homeowners assoc.would have a cow if I started replacing transmissions in the driveway. Can't get a new wife -made a promise to God. I did think about it- still not good. Is my desire to own cool bikes more important than my marrige -it was not.

What a addict I am- I just bought a bike at lunch today. 1988 or 89 Schwinn Travler Red to Silver fade, needs cleaned up.
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Have you tried getting your wife into cycling?

I just upgraded my wife's bike as part of her 20th anniversary gift. She now has a nicer bike than me and has been keeping it in the bedroom.
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She is trying to start cycling again. When we were dating, I remember her showing up at my work to say "hi" on my old Trek 950. We went sking after we were married with my old college room mate and his wife. Long story short, she has had two ACL surgerys on her R. Knee.
She did get her bike out and ride with the kids to school last week. I have hopes part of the reason I did not want to sell the tandem.
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My wife was a little leary at first when the bikes started piling up everywhere. In the last 90 days I have brought home 78 bikes. She even helps me find them now, of course seeing the money coming in when they sell had a lot to do with that i'm sure. It really tickled me when we went to performance bike here in town to look at a bike repair stand, I was looking at a spin doctor they had on sale for $89 and she pointed to the parks pcs-10 and said get this one, it looks better! I think I'll keep her!
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Ok 78 bikes in 3 months scares even me.
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Ok 78 bikes in 3 months scares even me.
Me too if I wasn't able to sell em!
We live near a college town so they don't hang around long. I think I have about 5-6 upstairs I'm keeping for me, about a dozen in inventory for sale right now and a few "parts bikes" hanging around the shop. Did I mention the stacks of boxes full of parts?
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Originally Posted by Dr.Deltron View Post
Neat and orderly? FAAAR from it!
There is one small "path" from the BIG door to the little door.
I've been in Dr.D's garage, and he speaks the truth.
He sure has some nice stuff - including a couple of cool bents - in there, though...
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I am incredibly lucky! My wife does not bug me about my excessive bikes.

We pretty much have a "don't hassle each other" policy and both keep our spending in check. I do buy and sell a little, and sell off what I don't use anymore.

We just returned from a ride on our "his and hers" Paramounts which I paid for with my bike proceeds. When I make money I remember to tell her about how I made money on whatever it was I sold, or how I bought whatever I bought under market. I could sell all my bike stuff today and show a very nice profit, where if I had bought golf clubs, surfboards, etc. I would just be out the money.
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I could never understand marriage partners who spend time trying to change their partner's behaviour or criticising their interests. Then on the other hand I only ever got married because I wanted children and not because I wanted somebody in my face about how I spend my time.
I must say I'm very happy to be on my own now and what's more I keep my vintage English club racer in my bedroom too. Life is hard enough to get right and live properly without thinking you can get on somebody else's case about the way they're living their life as well.
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I'm divorced. I have my road bike and track bike against one wall of the living room, my 3spd commuter on a kickstand right off the foyer, my Ducati has been inside the house for restoration for weeks at a time.

Finally, I wash car and bicycle parts in the dishwasher.

It doesn't get any better than this.
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My wife is incredibly supportive of my hobby. She comes to all my races and never complains about the constant stream of bicycles and cyclists in and out of the house. Often, when I'm hedging on a bicycle purchase, she is the one that persuades me to buy it. Once, she even spent $800 on a bicycle for me. In return, the bicycles are limited to a 120 sq. ft. room in the basement and my one commuter in the garage.
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That could be a really good solution. Negotiate a 'bicycle zone' where bicycles may gather and breed without comment or demands that they leave. The garage is my spot and I can fill it to the roof if I want I usualy have a bicycle or two in my bedroom, but I have to put down dropcloths if I'm doing anything messy. The rest of the house is a bicycle free zone.
My elderly Mum lives with me and old bicycles make too much of an obstacle course for her if I left them everywhere.
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My wife is/was correct my hobbie (compulsion) to buy or save from the dump nice bicycles, was out of hand. I pushed it to the last day + a 24 hour grace period she allowed. I sold all the assembled bikes except two small stepthrough framed, and a 15in mountain bike.
I thought she would be happy. I even sold the Schwinn Super sport fixed gear(see avtar) last night. She still was upset and said she saw a frame hanging from the garage door rails. There was one but she said insisted that there were more. We met in the garage and I showed her there was only one.
The ironic thing is my bikes are gone. I gave her the money to put in the checking account to pay bills with. She is not happy or sastisfied, and now I am getting to shop for another road bike, with the money from the Super Sport (fun for me).

Has anyone else experanced, such discord in the family due to your cycling hobbie?
I haven't - my first wife got on my butt about the one (count 'em, one) motorcycle I had at the time. I filed for divorce the following week.

End of problem.

Current wife has no problem whatsoever with however many bicycles or motorcycles I've got at any one time. Compromise is that the bills have to be paid, first.
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