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Bike Storage In Containers

Friday, 5th February 2010
Despite the heated debate going on at the moment as to the reality of global warming or “climate change” as it has now been rebranded, the popularity of cycling is on the increase. This may be partly due to our awareness of the effects of pollution from cars and buses. Also we are becoming healthier and many people look at cycling as a way of getting in their daily 20mins of exercise. The rising cost of fuel and public transport too has seen an upsurge of people ditching their cars in favour of bikes. Companies, public buildings and even housing developers are increasingly finding they need to make more provision for bicycle storage. An option for this is to have a shipping container conversion to include bike racks. A 20ft or 40ft is suitable depending on the amount of cyclists needing to be catered for, additional units can be added should the need arise . Bikes these days range in price and quality with some of the most expensive bikes worth over £2000.00, personalised with upgraded suspension, brakes, wheels and tyres. Thieves as always will take advantage wherever possible so a secure storage option is needed. A lockable steel container not only provides peace of mind but also enables bikes to be kept dry. They are available for sale at a relatively cheap price with or without bike racks.

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