My Latest Garage/Bike Shop Configuration

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baldkingpin
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by baldkingpin

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Pouring rain all day, so I decided to rearrange my bikes and hang them from the ceiling. They were previously on a two-sided wood rack that made accessing several of the bikes a pain. Also reorganized my tool board and workbench. Full day's work, but it was nice to sit down after a shower, crack open a Stella Artois and take it all in. My wife will never understand the immense joy my garage brings me, but I know you guys get it.

Cheers!
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wwu
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by wwu

I like the bench. In fact, I like it a lot. I wish I had half the tools you do.

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eigner
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by eigner

I really wish my garage looked like yours! Very nice :beerchug: on a good job
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by danoontje

Wow :beerchug:

What a joy that must bring!! very jealous

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Juanmoretime
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by Juanmoretime

I think I need some Kleenex. That is one excellent shop! :beerchug:
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by FACT

Just what I need. Nice 8)

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I like the Hello Kitty water cooler



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Rich_W
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by Rich_W

Nice -- certainly looks like a shop. I take an opposite approach... all my tools are neat in roller boxes and cabinetry.

I need to post some pics of my "Man Kitchen"/Gym and show you how its done... and you will get a better Idea of how sick I am about my bikes!

However, need to wait until I get the commercial carpet tile down on the floor. :thumbup:

Raxel
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by Raxel

Your garage is so much nicer than most of my LBS.

Musiker
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by Musiker

I Want a garage... Living in a apartment, even though its rather big, is a pain. Im assembling my bike in the office/guestroom.. Oil, metal bits, computers and low voltage electronics are a bad mix (I work a bit with some electronics consultancy)

todibble
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by todibble

I can only dream of having a tool bench like that... Perhaps one day.

Joni
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by Joni

I hate you!!!
:wink:

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Rumsas
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by Rumsas

Amazing, and a lot better than the shop i work in. :thumbup:

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by majklnajt

Joni wrote:I hate you!!!
:wink:

hahahahahaha :lol: Good one.
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slyboots
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by slyboots

Musiker wrote:I Want a garage... Living in a apartment, even though its rather big, is a pain.

Oh, I hear you, man...

baldkingpin, you've got a great workshop :thumbup:

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