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How many is too many?

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I promised my wife I'll stop buying at 6. "That's my last one!" But now...., my #12 bicycle is on it's way here! Am I the only one?

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Next time you visit, bring your wife
She'll be happy that you have ONLY 12!



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Sometimes, this is consider not many and has plenty of room for more.



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Nice way to suspend you frames
You even have a leather sofa for them to sit on
My butt is not as lucky
You really know how to pamper them!



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As far as I am concerned, there is no such thing as too many. Right now I have 10 bikes in my garage, 7 of which are vintage. And 1 of the other 3 is a remake of a Schwinn Stingray


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Wow, listening to you guys, makes me want to buy some more...

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Long time no post guys. That post of mine from last year is no longer accurate. The current count is 29. 2 of them road bikes. My oldest is a late 30's Hawthorne Duralium. And 3 1941 Elgin curved bars.

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Wow! That is a lot for an individual. Where do you store your babies?

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Yeah bump that to 31 now. Recently added a 1965 Schwinn racer, and a 1955 bf Goodrich girl's bike. I'm going to open a bicycle museum as soon as I can get the garage cleaned out. Then I'll just need about 70 more. That way I can rotate the displays.

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