Before your other half starts rolling their eyes and complaining that they take up too much space in the house?
I have two roadies with no real excuse other than I'm too sentimentally attached to be without either. Deal was I had to get rid of a MTB and a 70's folder to get roadie #2 last year tho...
So I'd say that two is the limit in our house, what's yours?
I never start my garmin at my house. But around the corner there is a house with a pitbull so I figured that is a good kick off point.
Yep - CLP got me with that one! Though technically he got me into bikes before we were together - maybe that was a critical test? ;)
don't stress Miss V .. you passed the test ;)
I thought I was ok with the number of bikes especially as i am the only bike rider in the house until cousin in law was walking through and said "does he have enough".
2 for me as well. I have 3 in the house ATM (2 roadies and a single speed) - this has prompted the 'suggestion' that at least one bike goes outside.
2 for me, 5 working bikes in the household. I've also got a frame which just needs wheels and a seat and she'd be a bike again.
I like to think I've been a good influence on my housemates. (when I moved in, there were 3 bikes in the house)
Few would want to steal my 1999 Trek MTB because it weighs 19kg but I love its fit, the most comfortable bike I have owned. Have an even older and cheaper Repco pretend MTB with label 'do not take off road'. Not ridable at the moment but if frame not bent, will prepare it for a spare, using wheel, tyres and tubes from a K-Mart special that someone gave me to recycle. Followers of AC forum would know my suburb but I intentionally do not use my surname. However, my bikes are not thief magnets.
Have a look in Cash Converters Heather, most of the bikes or fairly non descript, low budget MTB wanna be's.