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post #1 of 51 (permalink) Old 05-11-2017, 12:42 PM Thread Starter
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Share a picture of your garage with the Triumph Bonneville Bobber Community!

Messy or neat share a picture of your garage.

*If you don't have a garage post a picture of where your bike sleeps
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post #2 of 51 (permalink) Old 01-20-2018, 09:50 PM
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My Garage (The Triumphs)

This was before I bought the Bobber...

I've sold a couple since then.
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Here is my organised chaos,
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[QUOTE=trirocket3;78154]Here is my organised chaos,

I bet you can put your hands on anything you are looking for! Organized Chaos....
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Not a whole lot in mine! More of power tools, tools, yard stuff, beer fridge and less toys....

Sport bike is not mine (brother in-law's), though does want to sell it...

And no, that riding mower isn't fast but it's def loud!
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Here are a few pics of my "garage mahal." I'm a huge Packers (American football) fan that lives in Minnesota Vikings' hometown, so I went a little nuts with the Packer stuff, much to my neighbors' chagrin. (I should note that I was born and raised in Wisconsin, so I've been a Packer fan for life...no bandwagon fan here)

Due to the snow and salt on the roads in the winter, I installed barn stall mats that are 5/8" thick rubber to keep walkways dry by allowing me to squeegee the slop down onto the lower coin-pattern PVC mats. Works great, and I love how it's held up over the years.
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Here are a few pics of my "garage mahal." I'm a huge Packers (American football) fan that lives in Minnesota Vikings' hometown, so I went a little nuts with the Packer stuff, much to my neighbors' chagrin. (I should note that I was born and raised in Wisconsin, so I've been a Packer fan for life...no bandwagon fan here)

Due to the snow and salt on the roads in the winter, I installed barn stall mats that are 5/8" thick rubber to keep walkways dry by allowing me to squeegee the slop down onto the lower coin-pattern PVC mats. Works great, and I love how it's held up over the years.
Very nice!
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I envy these big American garages, most houses here are lucky to come with a double garage.
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