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Old 03-18-20, 07:49 AM
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I have three Salsa bikes. 1) Beargrease for snow and mtb duties 2) Fargo for bikepacking/deep loose gravel 3) Warbird gravel/road. I want to get a singlespeed Stormchaser for nasty wet mud/sand. I probably don't need or deserve all these bikes as I am not a hardcore rider but I do try to ride 4 to 5 days a week in spring through fall and indoor trainer 3 days a week in winter with one day outside in snow.
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The three that I have: a fair-weather carbon racing bike (Ciocc Exige), a foul-weather and around-town bike (Black Mountain Cycles Road), and a 90s steel road bike I keep at my mom's house to ride on the afternoons when I visit her after work (Colnago Tecnos).
I've got the itch for a new bike project, but just can't justify it. The Ciocc is 12 years old though, and that's getting up there for carbon, isn't it? ...
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How about if you could only have four?
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1) gravel or endurance road bike (reasonably fast and comfortable on road and able to tackle some gravel if needed), carbon would be nice.
2) hardtail XC 29er, most probably aluminium.
3) single speed commuter bike, built around a quality steel frame.
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Old 03-18-20, 05:28 PM
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What I have now NOT hanging from the garage ceiling.

1. My vintage 83 Team Fuji, because having a vintage bike you bought new is cool.
2. My much upgraded 2015 Ridley Fenix, because it just works for me.
3. My 2019 Marin Nail Trail mtb I bought 5 mos ago, because the newness hasn't worn off yet.

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Old 03-19-20, 06:38 AM
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I've generally only had 2 bikes for many years:

1. A 1996 Trek 520 touring/road bike that I would use for all road riding and once or twice a year on multi-day touring.
2. A beater bike, for a long time a 1992 Schwinn hybrid, that I would use on unpaved rail trails, or what today is called gravel riding.

In 2017, I made myself a deal: lose 20 lbs and go up to 3 bikes. I did and I added a Trek Domane SL6 as my road bike.

I also started using Zwift and between tours put the 520 on the indoor trainer.

This year I decided 28 years of the Schwinn hybrid was a good run, donated that bike to a bike coop - and bought a Jamis Renegade as a combination non-paved road and touring bike. The Trek 520 is pretty much a full time Zwift bike, can pull it off if I'm going to do loaded, hilly touring.
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Old 03-19-20, 11:06 AM
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My ccurrent three are

I got into riding for fitness almost 2 years ago at 56. I bought a Trek Verve hybrid and road it on the paved trails were I live. I soon discovered the single track and added a Fuji Reveal 27.5 with dual suspension. Last fall I added a Trek Stach 29+ hardtail. I read all three depending on weather and who I'm riding with. By summer I plan on getting a gravel bike to use on the paved and gravel roads. If I would have to part with one in order to get this new bike i would probably get rid of the Hybrid.

In this three bike rule do I have to claim the tandem?
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Old 03-19-20, 02:19 PM
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Originally Posted by kq2dc7 View Post
I got into riding for fitness almost 2 years ago at 56. I bought a Trek Verve hybrid and road it on the paved trails were I live. I soon discovered the single track and added a Fuji Reveal 27.5 with dual suspension. Last fall I added a Trek Stach 29+ hardtail. I read all three depending on weather and who I'm riding with. By summer I plan on getting a gravel bike to use on the paved and gravel roads. If I would have to part with one in order to get this new bike i would probably get rid of the Hybrid.

In this three bike rule do I have to claim the tandem?
Nope, tandem doesn't count 😁
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Old 03-19-20, 02:47 PM
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I think I'd be OK with two bikes
  1. Hardtail MTB Fork lockout would be a must
  2. Gravel bike I can put slicks on or an Endurance bike that can run up to a 35c
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Old 03-19-20, 03:36 PM
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This sort of sounds like a bicycle bucket list. What I would need is a really comfortable road bike. I already have 3. I would love to have a versatile bike that can work as a commuter and handle gravel roads and even light off road. My touring bike can do all that very well. I still like to mountain bike but I would like to have a bike suited to soft snow conditions, not there yet. So, I have 2 out of 3 of the bikes needed to get down to that 32(3) bike level. Just have to keep looking for those unicorns
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Originally Posted by celesteguy View Post
pic!
I recognize that this photo is incorrect as it is not in the proper chainring and the cables are uncut and the valves were not properly lined up (though that is for good reason) but it is an accurate representation of the bike which is now completed (though I do need a different color cambium saddle to match better)


I may have @sjn1892 do some pantograph work on the cranks and maybe other parts but I am holding off on that for now because I really don't need it.

Here is all the info on the bike:
https://www.pedalroom.com/bike/phil-...oad-bike-39413

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Old 03-19-20, 04:44 PM
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I have eight bikes, including a new, never built Soma Smoothie frame and CF fork. I have all the components to do the build. Three is the number I would like to reduce to. The Soma is one that I would keep for at least through this year. I know I would have to include, as a keeper, my Airborne Zeppelin titanium. It is, by a good bit, the lightest and fastest bike I own. It is also very comfortable on long rides. Fast and comfortable for the long haul is hard to beat. This is where I would have a problem choosing what goes and what stays. I have a Fuji Ace, frame and fork were given to me, with cheap wheels and Sora components and a FSA triple crankset. It is a really nice riding bike, but it is very heavy. Even more so with the rear rack, bags, frame pump and fenders. The bike would probably be the first to go, just the complete bike but none of the accessories.The next to go would be my Lemond Poprad, I really love the bike, has a wonderful ride, very versatile and light for a steel CX bike. It is a bit too big for me and I have not been riding it much. I think would probably let go of my early 90's Ochsner that I have owned since it was new. Last year it became the first bike I had ever stripped down to bare metal, had it powder coated, and rebuilt it with a combo of original and new components. It is also a bit large for me, but having owned it for 28 years, it is by far, the bike that I have put the most miles on in my life.

I think next to go would be an Orbea Avant. It is my only full carbon frame/fork. I have never been all that crazy about riding it. However, lately I have been tweaking the fit and changing the tires, and I like it more than I used to. I still do not like the noise that comes from it. It is like the frame reverberates all the noises and vibrations throughout the bike. Some of that noise is from the internal cable routing. The bike I have been riding the most recently, another keep, 2001 Lemond Tourmalet that I purchased last fall. It was in rough shape when I bought it. The components are the originals that I could salvage, acquired used in very good shape, and a few new items. This is one of the best riding, most comfortable bikes I have ever owned.

That puts me at 3 keepers and 4 to move on. I still have my Schwinn SS DBX that I bought new in 2006. It is my only aluminum bike. For me, this is the ultimate do it all bike. A sturdy, but not too heavy frame, mechanical disc brakes, rack braze-ons front and back, CF fork, and it fits at least 38mm tires. The Jalco rims and hubs are bombproof. They still spin great and run true. I trued them last year, but, it took very little adjustment for that. I have no worries about scratches or chips, no desire to "upgrade" anything, maintenance is minimal and it rides really well and makes for a great "doing chores and errands" bike. Also can be used for lite trail, unpaved MUP riding. It also has a very low sale value. So, I guess I will have to compromise and keep 4 bikes.

These selections can, and probably will, change numerous times before I get to the point of actually engaging in the action of reducing the number of wheels. Whether that happens, or not, is not high on my priority list. None of my bikes have a big dollar value, they are all in good shape and really do not need anything. My bike world priority is to make no more acquisitions and reduce the amount of dollars I spend on bicycle stuff. I find that has become not as easy as it should be.
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Old 03-19-20, 04:44 PM
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Originally Posted by kq2dc7 View Post
In this three bike rule do I have to claim the tandem?
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Nope, tandem doesn't count 😁
Tandem counts for half for driver, half for stoker.
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Old 03-19-20, 04:49 PM
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A FAT bike.
A regular mountain bike.
Another mountain bike set up to carry things.

In the future, I plan to get an electric bike too.
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Old 03-21-20, 03:44 PM
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My first and primary bike that I would have is my 2013 Lynskey Peloton, this is the finest riding bike I've ever owned or been on.

The second one would be my new Masi Giramondo 700, while not as well dialed in yet as the Lynskey is, but over time this should change, I haven't taken it on a tour yet but I have rode it some distance to see how it is, and it seems fine, but it wasn't loaded, once it's loaded the ride should smooth out a lot.

The third one would be my 85 Fuji Club, this one is a great riding bike, it was lightweight for its day, the only sore spot is the Suntour ARX derailleurs don't have the positive fast shifting that a bike I had that had the Superbe components, so at some point I may put my Superbe stuff I have in storage on the Fuji, but I don't ride it much so not sure when I'll get around to doing that.
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Originally Posted by Oldguyonoldbike View Post
How about if you could only have four?
That's another thread. Please start it, because this one has caused me to come up with so many things I can't cover with three. Also, five would be a good thread.
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My first and primary bike that I would have is my 2013 Lynskey Peloton, this is the finest riding bike I've ever owned or been on.

The second one would be my new Masi Giramondo 700, while not as well dialed in yet as the Lynskey is, but over time this should change, I haven't taken it on a tour yet but I have rode it some distance to see how it is, and it seems fine, but it wasn't loaded, once it's loaded the ride should smooth out a lot.

The third one would be my 85 Fuji Club, this one is a great riding bike, it was lightweight for its day, the only sore spot is the Suntour ARX derailleurs don't have the positive fast shifting that a bike I had that had the Superbe components, so at some point I may put my Superbe stuff I have in storage on the Fuji, but I don't ride it much so not sure when I'll get around to doing that.
I really like that Masi Giramondo 700. I wrote them to see if I could get one in the Camp Cup Blue that the 650B comes in.

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a compromise?

I'm actually working on downsizing to 3. But that is 3 modern and 3 vintage. Trying to cover the three major uses - Sport- gravel and road touring, and still covering the three bases of steel, AL and carbon. I can't do real off-road riding anymore so no MTB. Vintage steel I covered with an Ultegra upgraded '84 Centurion Ironman and a modern steel gravel bike KHS 223 with 3x8 and 35c tires. Vintage road AL is a USA built 80's Raleigh Technium and modern AL roadie is a Specialized Dolce Elite. (New ) modern is a HydroDisc brake full 105 2019 Canyon. Have a vintage AL lugged carbon '95 Giant but no modern carbon. That leaves me three other to get rid off. Unless I give in to a Ti bike (all-rounder or sport?) but that would then put me at 7. OK, so I'm bad at math.
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In order or preference/priority. If I could only have one it would be the Wabi.

1) My 2016 Wabi Special fixed gear bike - it does it all
2) My 1989 Nishiki Ariel "Cunningham Design" mountain bike - bullet proof and steel.
3) My 1987-ish Pinarello Montello - light, quick and classy
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I'm close to playing this game for real right now after finding myself up to 10 bikes which took over my work space last year.

The three bikes I would keep if I could only have 3.
2013 Salsa Fargo, long gravel rides and bike packing. The one bike.
Salsa Timberjack, mountain bike, short gravel rides (<35 mi), winter commuter.
2014 Felt New Belgium Brewery cruiser, because I like to cruise.

Bikes I am keeping but dont really have to.
1959 Magneet with new one speed drive train and wheel set, flipped north roads. It is my tribute to a path racer and needs a new fork. Lugs are sexy. Project bike.
2009 New belgium Brewery cruiser. going up on the wall, if it is hung as art does it really count?
Swobo steel city bike, 8 speedIGH, disk brakes, dynohub. Not sexy or fun but it does its job well (5 miles a day). I could get down to 4 bikes if I could keep this one also.

Bikes that have left in the last year,mostly to my kids.

Framed 1.0 fat bike, love to ride it but the snow is never consistent enough in town and I hate to drive some place to ride my bike for a few hours.
single speed no suspension mountain bike, fun but not as much fun as the Timberjack
2013 new belgium cruiser, same frame as the 2014.
2016 3 speed detroit bikes new belgium cruiser, was going to be a commuter but I just never really cared for it as a daily ride. Also, at 4 NBB bikes you either finish the collection or pick two you like and let the obsession go.
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I guess I’m lucky the number is 3 as that’s what I have. My rocket ship is a Specialized Transition TT with Zipp 404’s with Vittoria Corsa Evo tubulars. My all around bike would be my Cannondale Synapse 6 Carbon with Mavic Cosmic Carbones and Gatorskins while my lousy weather/terrain bike is a Ridley X-Fire with Reynolds wheels and Clements clinchers. The gf is also a bike nut with 3 of her own very similar to mine so nobody in this house is worried about bike totals.
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Mine is pretty easy - I'd upgrade my road bike though.

1. Road bike - currently '03 Specialized Allez (I think on year) - I'd really like to replace this with an Altruiste LeCorbo in a perfect world.
2. Commuter - old Bianchi road bike converted to Sturmey-Archer 3sp - might switch to 5sp soon.
3. BMX Race bike

Numbers 4 & 5 are my BMX race cruiser (24"), and my winter commuter, a Giant Innova that's currently wearing drop bars, but with the cantilevers has lots of space for my studded tires and fenders, but I could probably live without those if I had to.



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I have a Serotta Colorado with Campy Chorus circa 2010. Other than bar tape it’s completely original. It gets heavy use. Daily basically.

My second is a 90s Colnago Master with Campy Chorus that is wall art but I do ride it. I bought it used with 1000 miles on it.

If I could have a third it would be a custom Parlee in carbon with Campy Super Record.
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Centurion Pro-Tour or Fuji Stratos, probably swap the flat bars from the Fuji to the Centurion and keep the centurion.
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Either a klunker 2 speed Bridgestone or a single speed coaster brake 29r
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okay, why do we need 3? Each member of my family has her/his own.
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