My stable in order of aqcuisition:
2007 (2010 purchase, NOS) Raleigh RX 1.0 (cantilevers don’t kill) - now rebuilt twice, and repainted, fender’d and racked into gray-man lockup and heavy commuter for when I need to bring the towel AND the dirty laundry home. Currently also sporting poagies since 45 north drop bar poagies don’t fit on hydraulic levers.
2011 Lynskey Sportive - Rival 2x10 almost original, but the jockey wheels failed, so its not 100% original… is my TR bike in the basement. Awaiting my recommitment to training. Oh, and my Specialized road shoes failed so… Awaiting new road shoes.
2014 Rockhopper comp - second and a half wheel set in, not a lot of single-track in my current area, or my current lifestyle, but I did just take it out on a muddy river-side trail with the kids… Currently sporting pogies.
2005 Jamis something or other (road)(2014 purchase via CraigsList), my “away” bike stays at my in-laws where the summer riding is great and is a long, expensive flight away. Probably wouldn’t have bought this one had the airlines been charging standard baggage fees for bikes when I bought it out there. I now have a bike bag to ship bikes.
This one has a speed shudder/shimmy when I ride it over 34+/- mph downhill… I’d like to say its a flat road bike, but its the only one that lives near real foothills and the only one that doesn’t really fit…
1994/5? Trek 820 fully rigid MTB (2018 purchase via regional-chain LBS that sells used bikes) . Pretty much OEM except it has a ratty, way too padded and torn turd of a saddle. This the closest approximation I can find to my first bike shop bike, but in a different green. This one is my hard-core lockup bike for when money and security are more important than speed…
2019 Crockett - the rocket, my everyday outside bike. My lightweight commuter, my recreational and training outside rider. No eyelets for a rack and only 1x, but I’d be tempted to drop either the Lynskey or the Raleigh if it had both.
Next up is the dream ti CX race/commuter or a fat bike… I just need to figure out how to store another (really three bikes need to find better storage options in my current home).