Scott Foil Team Issue with Shimano Ultegra Di2/Dura Ace groupset. Usually has a set of carbon tubular 50mm wheels (bought cheaps from china - ride really well).
Very bling and only comes out when it's dry and sunny. Built it up myself from the frameset. Super stiff and responsive, and handles like it's on rails. Way too good a bike for a mere mortal like me!
Boardman Pro Carbon with full Shimano 105 10 speed groupset. Campagnolo Eurus wheels.
Got the frameset cheap as it was cracked in the toptube, repaired it myself with a kit off the internet and built it up by swapping parts from another bike.
This is when I finished it, don't do yellow tyres anymore!:
A more recent picture:
Cannondale Synapse alu, Shimano 105 groupset. Recently added an Ultegra chainset. Basically my winter/all rounder bike as it's the only one with a compact chainset and mudguards.
Had various sets of wheels, at the mo running some cheap wheels but I have a set of Campagnolo Zondas spare to pop on it for big hilly rides.
Genesis Flyer steel frame. 46x17 fixed. Riding fixed is ace, get one! Has a carbon fork now (steel fork was rather harsh over the shitty roads around here), and I put some bullhorn bars on it.
Boardman pro 29er, Shimano XT. My first proper mountain bike! Though I've not really ridden it much to be honest as I've had an injury blighted year so far. Hoping to take it on some epic adventures though.
Specialized Tricross Sport. This bike lives in France these days! It handles like a truck, it's a size too small for me, and it only has 1 chainring but I love it. It was my first proper bike, and It's been on pretty much all of my most memorable long rides!