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Re: Bike Storage
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How about getting a folding bike ? They are light, simple to fold, mulitiple gear ratios, and easily stored.

Posted on: 2014/6/16 12:15
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My MTB is locked up in our building's bike storage but my primary road bike is always in my apt on one of these in a corner which saves some space.


vertical stand

Posted on: 2014/6/16 2:50
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I have an outdoor semi-enclosed space but also have space inside (better protection from elements). If you're using it regularly, it would probably be inconvenient having to arrange with Grove Street Bicycles.

Posted on: 2014/6/14 14:43
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Try grove street bikes. I know they have winter storage. Maybe they can do year round options.

Posted on: 2014/6/14 14:08
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Where do you all store your bikes?

I ask this for two reasons.
First, I am really sick of having my bike as a piece of furniture in my apartment.

Second, someone on my block (no idea who) chains her bike to a street sign YEAR ROUND. I try not to be too bothered by it, but it's completely in the way for anyone parking next to it (can't open car door) and I don't see what entitles this person to occupy the sidewalk 356 days/year. Park there for an afternoon, fine, but all year seems a bit much. I know we all have limited space so I may just be overreacting....

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