Bicycles

Bicycles - why you might need more than one

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Comments

  1. daniël bosold says:

    nice! but….no bakfiets necessary? :-)

  2. errr…where’s the cargobike for the kids (only until they’re big enough to be on the tandem, of course)?

  3. crowriver says:

    You forgot the audax bike; expedition touring bike; single speed bike; tagalong bike; bike cargo trailer…

  4. kevinmayne says:

    Uni-cycle?

  5. So no two wheel drive Longstaff then?

  6. polo bike for playing polo

  7. On the topic of how many bikes you might possibly need, credit Velominati and Rule #12 – “The correct number of bikes to own is n+1.

    While the minimum number of bikes one should own is three, the correct number is n+1, where n is the number of bikes currently owned. This equation may also be re-written as s-1, where s is the number of bikes owned that would result in separation from your partner.”

    Just came across your bike cartoons and really enjoy your project. Keep pedaling!

  8. No Ripley 29er in there??

  9. You certainly need a snow bike, too. Can’t do without in wintertime!

  10. Peter Allsop says:

    No sit up and beg bike with basket on front?

  11. a rowing bike would be nice too for-a-change

  12. Water bike.. To speed across the lake without uphill or jumps over..