This guy has one of the more unique commutes (utilizing three bicycles) that I've heard of. I considered a two bicycle commute but finally bought a folding bike instead. I've always dreamed of commuting using this. I'm not sure where a folding bike would fit on a shell.
Bicycle No. 1 gets me from home in Cheverly to the Bladensburg waterfront, where I launch a 24-foot shell for the seven-mile row to the Capital Rowing Club dock at 11th Street SE. Then I ride one mile on Bike No. 2 to my job at the Library of Congress. At day's end, I take Metro to the Cheverly Station and ride home on Bike No. 3. The following day, the steps are reversed. This has been my routine for seven years.