Adding bicycle parking? Don’t do it like this

When you need to accommodate 1,400+ cyclists overnight, having them park on the tennis courts (and even on the fences) might work just fine. That’s how it’s done on the annual Tour of the Mississippi River Valley – aka TOMRV – as seen in the pictures below at Clarke College in Dubuque.

If you’re adding bicycle parking facilities to a business, school or government building, you might want to do something a little more permanent – where you might not have to post a guard to watch the bikes overnight. Click here for some ideas.

Have some ideas of your own that you’d like to share? Please add a comment below. Thanks.

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1 Response to “Adding bicycle parking? Don’t do it like this”


  1. 1 art3 June 17, 2009 at 10:26 pm

    well, I don’t have a real comment. I used to play tennis, now I ride a bicycle. I find that bicycling is very very enjoyable, and I’m glad that old tennis courts have a good function.


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