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Where do you park your glorious steed?


July 2014


Inspired by a Second Rate Cyclist post…

Told you brother. In the living room. The gray one is my wife’s. Oh yes.

70 miles with 13 of my cycling buds (ironic indeed) at 20 mph average and then 16 more with Mrs. Bgddy.

I’m beat, but in a really good way. On the menu for dinner? Anything I want and plenty of it. Happy Fourth!


  1. Sue Slaght says:

    Happy 4th of July! I like the parking spots very much. πŸ™‚

  2. cyardin says:

    Happy 4th of July. My road bike is parked in the dining room – where else? MTB parked under the stairs. Gotta take care of the steeds.

  3. fastk9dad says:

    My road/cross & MTB bike are in the bedroom on a Feedback Sports Velo Cache rack.

    • bgddyjim says:

      Thanks man… Thing I like best is that I get to walk by it every morning when I leave for work.

      • Yeah, I know! A guy asked me the other day where I keep my bike. At first I was kind of confused, as if it is obvious where it would be kept. πŸ™‚ My wife jokingly refers to my bike as the other woman. πŸ™‚

  4. PedalWORKS says:

    The carbon road bikes have their own room in the basement. The commuter and mountain bikes are in the garage/shop un lock and key. There was a time my bikes were in the bedroom too.

  5. Aha, photographic evidence…now I see

  6. Mariajose says:

    I park mine in the living room. It’s the first thing you see when you come in to my house. I love to hear people tell me how pretty it is! lol

  7. Peter Saumur says:

    Wish I could do this at cafes. πŸ™‚ Park mine in my bedroom.

    • bgddyjim says:

      I do. If a shop manager protests, I leave and don’t ever go back. Most people see that mine’s not a normal ‘chain it to the newspaper box’ bike so they’re pretty cool about it.

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