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PostPosted: Mon Dec 10, 2007 4:26 pm 
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GTRTS&AVALANCHE wrote:
Finishing touches would be a sexy blonde + a pole..... 8)


Hmmm, those items are in great abundance here. Let me see what I can manage... :twisted:


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Mr. Zero wrote:
GTRTS&AVALANCHE wrote:
Finishing touches would be a sexy blonde + a pole..... 8)


Hmmm, those items are in great abundance here. Let me see what I can manage... :twisted:


:lol:

Good man :wink:


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Mr. Zero wrote:
Even some degree of organization doesn't help in the end...


Wow. That is really what I'd like my garage to become. Fantastic!


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PostPosted: Tue Dec 11, 2007 7:51 am 
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ededwards wrote:
Having looked in the shed I think I must rationalise soon, maybe a New Years resolution?

The good thing is all are rideable bar the Bontrager (you can see part of the fork to the left) and that only needs cables and a chain so should be able to sort that via headtorch this week



Organization is key to having more when space is limited.

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John wrote:
Whoa. Some nice garage/ sheds there. Maybe a future GoSoTM comp should be on the cards :?:


Great Idea, I'm working on mine over the Christmas break, so maybe something to kick off the new year??


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Our tenant moved out of our cellar flat a couple of months ago, so my bikes have their own carpeted, centrally heated flat with kitchen, bathroom and beer fridge at the moment....


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Ever thought of trying heroin? It'll be a lot cheaper. :lol:


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PostPosted: Sun Dec 16, 2007 6:47 pm 
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ededwards wrote:
Having looked in the shed I think I must rationalise soon, maybe a New Years resolution?

The good thing is all are rideable bar the Bontrager (you can see part of the fork to the left) and that only needs cables and a chain so should be able to sort that via headtorch this week


Ed, What's that green anno (yum) frame tucked in there? Is it an American?


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