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I saw this on another forum and it was a lot of fun.

We all have somewhere to work on our bikes. Some are better than others, but they are all good. I'll start this one off.

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Okay, SHOW US YOUR MAN CASTLE
 
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Travelergerry
You have spent more on your walls than your bike and I like the wallpaper. :mrgreen: Nice saddle bags on the bike.
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Mine can't be shot from one angle, so here goes:

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(not shown is the other garage with a dozen bikes under bike covers)

I've since done a lot of cleanup and built more shelving, so it's much neater nowdays.
 
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I'm diggin travel jerry's cave. I could get lost out there for hours.
Nice artistic touch too and fairly neat I must add. :wink:
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MarshalNorton said:
I'm diggin travel jerry's cave. I could get lost out there for hours.
Nice artistic touch too and fairly neat I must add. :wink:
Marshal

+1 on that, I like his bike lift too, found it on the web at http://www.kendonusa.com/lift.htm wonder if I can make my own :?: :?: :?:

Here is my "castle" or rather "rat's nest" Not very big, but enough to let me have a few tools. Probably time for a clean up too :mrgreen:

Here is a pano shot
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This is a fish eye view
Man Castles
 
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Jeandr
the reason I have not put mine up is I would have to clean it up :mrgreen: yours is not that bad for the amount of work you do, mine looks like a tip :shock:
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I also really like travelerjerry's little corner. Very nice! (wallpaper too!)

I'm slowly getting an 8 x 20' area set up. It's cluttered with everything under the sun but eventually I hope to get it furnished exclusively with bike parts and tools. If I can accomplish that I should gain some much needed elbow room.

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the reason I have not put mine up is I would have to clean it up yours is not that bad for the amount of work you do, mine looks like a tip

Same story, different continent 8) I built a shed specifically for my bikes.... It's almost time to add on!

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Nice castles guys,
mine is a bit of a mess I know, but I like it!
The other corner (not in this pic) looks much nicer! :mrgreen:
So long,
Andy

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Jason,
I have a 1995 E glide and a yellow 72 combat, my garage looks like yours :D I'm missing the corvette though :cry:
Lifes not fair. I guess the Lexus will have to do for now. Nice showing :wink:
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Hi girls!
I guess it's not as fancy as your "man castles", but think of it as a cocoon.
Man Castles

A cocoon where my Norton sleeps, but in the Springtime, she will wake and spread her wings like a beautiful butterfly!
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JIM IS THE WINNER!

Nice setup. I like the exhaust extractor, but I REALLY dig the monoshock dirt bike project!
 
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Jim is certainly the winner out of this bunch! Love the lathe, bead blast cabinet, milling machine and mig!!!

Grandpaul: see what I mean about "humble"?
 
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