8 Russian Bikers Store Their Bikes in Apartments Over Winter

Russian Bikers Store Their Bikes in Apartments Over Winter

Posted on October 6, 2015 by tim

Winter is coming to Russia, and winter is considered no biking season – roads are slippery and its cold outside. So many bikers have to store their bikes over winter somewhere. However in big cities like Moscow there are still almost no personal storage rooms available. So what to do with bikes? You won’t believe but they store them right in their apartments! Here you would see examples of tens of Russian bikers who have to live long winter months, often in just one bedroom apartments together with their iron horses. Just imagine!

Russian photographer Valeri Z. has visited such apartments and made those awesome shots!

Just imagine how happy (not!) their girlfriends and wives!

Big thanks to Valeri for the photos!

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8 Responses to “Russian Bikers Store Their Bikes in Apartments Over Winter”

  1. Martinus van Brederode says:

    Interesting series. Some observations:
    – bikers like kitties
    – bikers like brown/grey linoleum with wood patterns
    – the bikers that look into the camera are proud of their bike
    – bikers play guitar
    – these motorbikes are not just some motorbike, they’re loved and cared for
    – biker’s girlfriends are pretty

  2. john says:

    I like the posting,i ride to.and i also have had a bike stored in an apartment i use to live in, nice collection of motorcycles.

  3. hugoacrocco@gmail.com says:

    i have also my motorcyle in the apartment :)

  4. jon says:

    Why no Ural’s?

  5. marian says:

    @Martinus: I don’t agree with the last comment, there’re just guys without their girlfriends, so how can you prove their girls are pretty? Too few information;) However I also noticed they like cats and they treat the bike like a member of their family. It’s a very interesting, either they have such big apartments/flats or their bikes are that expensive;)

  6. Prasad says:

    Interesting story. Keep up the good work English Russia.

  7. Ron says:

    I grew up in the North East USA, and every winter I had to put my bike into our basement. When I moved out, into my own one bedroom apt, I had to get the bike up some stairs, and it sat in my living room until the weather got good enough to take it out.

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