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2008-06-21 17:34:28   Welcome to the Wiki. Please consider the importance of using your RealName. I replied to your question on Bike Parking. —JasonAller

2008-06-23 17:56:37   I thought your question deserved a follow-up so this morning I took some photos (click to view full size):

Near Memorial Union

BikeLid_1.JPGView from Street untouched

BikeLid_2.JPGView from north untouched BikeLid_3.JPGclose up of sign untouched BikeLid_4.JPGview of bike locked in pod. note missing seat and "remove bike sign". TAPS tags all bikes with "remove bike signs" at the end of each quarter to cull out the abandoned ones. untouched

Near the Silo

BikeLid_5.JPGView from Street untouched

BikeLid_6.JPGView from Silo untouched BikeLid_7.JPGopened so photo could be taken of interior

These were the two installations that I was familiar with. So I went by and took pictures. The riveted on plastic instructions did not fair well in the sun. Installing the pods over decomposed granite yields splash up during rain; this combines with pine tree sap and dust by the Memorial Union. Anyone with arachnophobia might not want to open the pods? I wonder if for the same cost it would be possible to design a rain and shade cover that would shield an entire row of traditional bike racks? If you like I can get some comparison photos of the dual bike box lockers that they have on the bike path just east of the ARC. I hope this sheds a little more light on the situation. —JasonAller

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