The Goat Family Stable

Discussion in 'Photo Gallery' started by Disgruntled Goat, 9 Mar 2008.

  1. Disgruntled Goat

    Disgruntled Goat New Member

    From the top:
    1986 Alan Leggerro
    Specialized Tricross S-Works
    Lynskey 210 Ti
    1997 Specialized Rockhopper
    Specialized Rockhopper Disc WSD
    Specialized Tricross Sport

    More pictures :Goat Family Stable
  2. stevenb

    stevenb New Member

    South Beds.
    Blimey.....a lot of bikes. :biggrin:

    S-Works is my fave there. :wacko:
  3. fossyant

    fossyant Ride It Like You Stole It!

    South Manchester
    Nice - there are a fair few machines there...bugger I need some more !
  4. Sweet Alan. Does it creak yet?
  5. OP
    Disgruntled Goat

    Disgruntled Goat New Member

    It will be me creaking before it does.

    I could add more. My dad has been diagnosed with asbestosis so his cycling days are over. He has a Dave lloyd, a track bike and a very sweet Viner Stella Pro in Columbus steel - but the bugger is hanging onto them. I think he's in denial
  6. GaryA

    GaryA Subversive Sage

    High Shields
    Patrick may be along soon to snipe that you "earn too much for a lentil munching leftie"......:evil:

    Like the Tri-cross :biggrin:..the kind of all-rounder I could live with...alas I may never afford one (cue pathos violins in background) :biggrin:
  7. ChrisKH

    ChrisKH Shorts Adjustment Expert

    Blimey, you can only ride one at a time you know (which translates as I only have four and they're nowhere near as nice, or clean for that matter).
  8. OP
    Disgruntled Goat

    Disgruntled Goat New Member

    Lentils don't cost much, that's why I can have so many bikes.

    But to be fair
    The Alan I stole off my dad
    The Tricross is an insurance replacement for a stolen Klein
    The Lynskey I got for a (relative) bargain and built most of it up from my old bike (Santa Cruz Roadster)
    The Rockhopper cost £100 and was pristine and original
    Mrs Goat's Rockhopper was an insurance jobbie
    Her Tricross was bought through the Bike2Work scheme (an option I have yet to call upon ;-)

    So all-in-all not as expensive as it all looks.
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