Stugoi

n+1 bites again, but I do like riding this one:

http://www.fixedgeargallery.com/2006/nov/StuartThomas.htm

the shed is filling up, any more n+1 and i’ll have to start throwing out garden tools…

Nice one mate.

I was wondering when we’d see that built up.

I’m just about to build my Shed - any tips on how to allow for the n+1 rule in your shed design. At this stage I’ve designed it to hang 7 built bikes, 4 sets of wheels plus tools and bits and a couple of spare frames. problem when those frames become bikes…

The other end will have garden tools. How long they remain in the shed is another matter…

You can never have too much shed. Here’s a few ideas:

http://www.alternatedwellings.com.au/australian-kit-barns.html

Subject to Council Approval, of course… :wink:

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You can never have too much shed. Here’s a few ideas:

http://www.alternatedwellings.com.au/australian-kit-barns.html

Subject to Council Approval, of course… :wink:[/quote]

I was looking at one of these the other day

http://www.timberbuilt.com.au/images/pic_11.jpg

No seriously, these guys will do a 50 square metre shed, supplied and installed for under $7000. All you have to have is the slab. That includes personalisation of the shed. I want one.

See: http://www.timberbuilt.com.au/buildings/ecobarn/index.html

Yes, also STAC

Shed??
We don’t need no steeeeeenking shed.

My bikes live in my home office with me.

Crikey! they even have their own air conditioner!