My fleet of bikes has risen dramatically in the past year and now covers a number of sins. There's a Giant Anthem (a 26" full-suspension trail bike) and a Bianchi road-bike covering the opposite ends of the off- and on-road spectrum. In the middle there are a Kinesis Crosslight Pro3 and Cannondale CAADX cyclocross bikes, which are proving the perfect foils for winter training and a summer cyclocross series.
With the exception of the Bianchi, which is just lovely to look at, none are top-spec machines, but they're all good workhorses that serve me well and have had a few tweaks as parts have worn out... or needed a treat.
Over the years I have gone through a range of bikes (<a href="http://mombee.com/?page_id=132" title="My bike history">click here for some bike history</a>), and the current bikes now fit my needs well.
I should include my grandad's sit-up-and-beg bike on the list, but it's currently off the road.