As the popularity of cycling continues to surge, the demand for adequate bike parking solutions has become paramount. While outdoor bike racks have been commonplace, indoor spaces are now also being considered as viable locations for accommodating bicycles. In this article, we will delve into the advantages and disadvantages of installing bike racks in indoor spaces.
Bike racks were first used in the 19th century when bicycles were becoming a more popular method of transportation in cities. Early designs often secured only one wheel and offered only a few basic styles, most commonly either a simple ladder style, or a grooved concrete block to hold the front wheel in place.
As communities become more interconnected, businesses and municipalities have an opportunity to attract a growing number of cyclists by providing bike parking. We cover our top seven reasons why every commercial space needs to be bike friendly.
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