what's in the building bike room?

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by fromtrektocolnago

curious to what a highi rise considers a state of the art bike room? cameras, pumps, tubes to purchase. list anything? curious to how your buildings support your bike habit if you live in a high rise thanks
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by djbowen99

What country are you asking about? In the US expect nothing but a bike room with cameras at best.

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by TobinHatesYou

In the US, I wouldn't expect more than a cage inside a parking garage. Anything more is a "luxury."

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by Wookski

Here are the new bike facilities at my office in Sydney, Australia:


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by tymon_tm

that's really cool. fwiw I had a business idea like 10+ ago to create such a bicycle parking in downtown, with the whole infrastructure. it was when there were almost no bike paths in my town and only crazy people commuted by bike to work/school - but perhaps today something like this could work? afaik office buildings, regardless of their standard/class, don't offer any dedicated bike space. and there are 5 or 6 universities, few big hospitals... I think I gotta get back to the idea :idea:
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by tabl10s

djbowen99 wrote:
Sat Jun 08, 2019 3:59 am
What country are you asking about? In the US expect nothing but a bike room with cameras at best.
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