In that so long as you have one, it seems that the total rises no higher.
However, get another bike (maybe you keep a commuter, and a "good" bike, or a road bike and a mountain bike or hybrid for canal towpaths and trails) and the sort of acquisition that affects camera purchasing comes in to play. I was reminded of this looking at these quite wonderful machines from British manufacturer Pashley. Given that i have a road bike (for full lycra speed merchant biking), a hybrid bike (for casual, shorts wearing mud plugging) surely it is only natural to have a bike on which I can bowl along wearing a tweed three piece suit (perhaps with a terrier riding in a basket on the front).
Of course, I'd have to buy the tweeds first, but it would be worth it, I reckon...
For doubters, I present for your consideration;
Incidentally, may I also refer you to Katie Doncaster's flickr page?
She toured Europe on a Pashley Princess, and the (rather good) photographs she took are posted on her flickr page.
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