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Your entire bicycle collection in one simple post... *drool heavy*

Old 04-19-12, 10:53 AM
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Your entire bicycle collection in one simple post... *drool heavy*

I know I have seen individual bikes posted in various threads, but how about posting one pic of each bike in your collection in one post (or two for the true hoarders).

It takes some time to build a post like this but I think it would be very interesting to see them all at a glance. There are so many amazing collections in the hands of members here. Let's see them!

I'll kick it off with my example...

2000 Pinarello Paris with Campy Record


Early 90's Panasonic PR-6000 (in process of being built with Dura Ace)


1989 Panasonic PICS Team Custom (NOS to be built eventually with Sante)


1989 Panasonic DX-1000 with mixed Shimano


1989 Panasonic Team MC PICS mountain bike (coming soon... awaiting arrival)


1988 Panasonic DX-5000 with Shimano 600 Ultegra


1988 Panasonic DX-4000 with Shimano 105


1988 Panasonic MC-5500


1987 Panasonic MC-6500

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....and part II.


1986 Panasonic Team America with Dura Ace


1986 Panasonic Team Japan with Suntour Superbe Pro


1985 Panasonic Team with Shimano 600 EX


1984 Panasonic DX-4000 with Shimano 600 (new to me, need to get better pics)


1983 Panasonic AR-6000 Aero with Dura Ace AX (future resto)


1991 Atala SLX frame and fork (in limbo really... future project?)
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....and part II.
Ding ding ding And we have a preliminary winner for the too many bikes award.
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Old 04-19-12, 11:14 AM
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Ding ding ding And we have a preliminary winner for the too many bikes award.
I dunno', bikemore. I lost count.
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Nice collection! I think someone likes Panasonics.
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I think bf only allows 10 or 12 pics in one post? Forget it....
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Old 04-19-12, 11:20 AM
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I think bf only allows 10 or 12 pics in one post? Forget it....
Yeah, that sort of nuked me too as I discovered. I should have said in 1 or more posts.
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The mods won't let me post that many pics.
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I've only photo documented 17 of my 32 bikes. I'll probably never complete the job due to N+1.
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Originally Posted by bikemore View Post
Ding ding ding And we have a preliminary winner for the too many bikes award.
That was only 12...he is in the beginner stages, but has a nice collection started, I am guessing he like Panasonics...

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I really dont want to know how many bikes I own, somewhere between 15-25

it changes weekly
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Perhaps I will assemble my collection in the driveway and photograph groups of bikes from a frontal angle. That way I can post four or five shots and get around the limit.

Road bikes in one group, track bikes in another, MTBs, tandems, 3 speeds, mixtes and women's frames, cruisers.
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I really dont want to know how many bikes I own, somewhere between 15-25

it changes weekly
Yes, this thread could be the first step in realizing you have a problem... we could do group therapy together but I suspect it would just turn into a swap meet anyway.
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How many Panasonics can one own before you run out of choices??........Maybe a Miyata or two in that collection can add a bit of contrasting or supplementing flavor??

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part 1

Raleigh Portage"


'"Jack Taylor"


' Colnago Specialissimo


'68 Carlton Flyer


'72 Fuji The Finest


'86 Bianchi Squadra


Razesa


'73 Frejus Professional


Motobecane Grand Something


Miyata 210
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Originally Posted by ZeRinger View Post
Yes, this thread could be the first step in realizing you have a problem... we could do group therapy together but I suspect it would just turn into a swap meet anyway.

Is this what you mean by group therapy?



That's most of the roadies.
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part 2

Lotus Eclair


Gazelle Champion Mondial a-b


60's PX-10


Viscount Death Bike


specialized stumpjumper


Giant Rincon Xtracycle


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You get more bang for the buck if you do it this way:



Left to right:
1940 Schwinn New World
1946-ish Fothergill
1948 Raleigh Record Ace
1950 Norman Rapide
1971-ish Lambert
1982 Trek 720

It's an old photo; there have been additions and subtractions, and that's just the ones with internally geared hubs.
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Love those Panasonics!!!!

I have a lean mean collection of two right now. Realistically it is all I can fit in my tiny studio. Well, and a frame hanging on the wall.

'92 Bridgestone RB-1

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'92 Miyata Triplecross

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wow, you guys are all seriously nuts

I'll post mine in a couple weeks once I have more!
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This is all I have on my phone right now, they see the most saddle time lately so I guess this is as good a place to start as any. More pics later.

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So let me get this straight......

You want me to put up photographs of all my expensive,
beloved road bikes on a public internet forum that is a known
hangout for people who would slash each other's car tires
if it meant a 20 minute head start on a hot Craigslist deal ?

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You want me to put up photographs of all my expensive,
beloved road bikes on a public internet forum that is a known
hangout for people who would slash each other's car tires
if it meant a 20 minute head start on a hot Craigslist deal ?

.............................................................
Heh, the thought did actually occur to me but I have a very good security system, for those who know where I live
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I got a couple of pics on this computer;
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