Since (by your own admission) none of them are in the bedroom, wouldn't that mean that despite the sheer number of bikes you have, that you're not a real cyclist?
At Saturday, 8 March 2003, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
>I am presently reading the book "Tour De France - the history, the
>legend, the riders" by Graeme Fife, and came across this quote by Rene'
>Vietto: "A bicycle is a work of art which you take up to the bedroom
>every night. Anybody who doesn't is not a real cyclist."
>Sort of fits me, except there are 8 in my kitchen, 17 in the living room,
>34 in the garage and around 20 in storage. How about the rest of you?
>"Bicycle Mark" Perkins
>Fresno Cycling Club - Historian
>Fresno, California, U.S.A.
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