Bicycles are graet fun for all the family, however during the winter months the family bikerides become a little less regular. Instead of having your bikes stored at home where they can be damaged or a space inconvienence, why not place them in storage.
On the other hand there are plenty of other solution if bicycle storage is not the right idea for you whether you are a domestic or business customer. If you would rather keep your belongings at home there are other products at your disposal. Bike racks and bike lockers are a good option for people who have more than one bike. There are many designs and products available for todays markets.
Bicycle Safety Tips
- OBEY TRAFFIC SIGNS AND SIGNALS – Bicycles must drive like other vehicles if they are to be taken seriously by motorists.
- NEVER RIDE WITH HEADPHONES; WEAR A HELMET – Always wear a helmet. Never wear a headphone while riding a bike.
- NEVER RIDE AGAINST TRAFFIC – Motorists aren’t looking for bicyclists riding on the wrong side of the road. State law and common sense require that bicyclists drive like other vehicles.
- HAND SIGNALS – Hand signals tell motorists and pedestrians what you intend to do. Signal as a matter of law, of courtesy, and of self-protection.
- DON’T WEAVE BETWEEN PARKED CARS – Don’t ride out to the curb between parked cars unless they are far apart. Motorists may not see you when you try to move back into traffic.
- RIDE IN MIDDLE OF LANE IN SLOW TRAFFIC – Get in the middle of the lane at busy intersections and whenever you are moving at the same speed as traffic.
- DON’T PASS ON THE RIGHT – Motorists may not look for or see a bicycle passing on the right. Learn to scan the road behind you while riding. Look back over your shoulder without swerving, or use a rear-view mirror.
- MAKE EYE CONTACT WITH DRIVERS – Assume that other drivers don’t see you until you are sure that they do. Eye contact is important with any driver which might pose a threat to your safety.
- KEEP BOTH HANDS READY TO BRAKE – You may not stop in time if you brake one-handed. Allow extra distance for stopping in the rain, since breaks are less efficient when wet.
- USE LIGHTS AT NIGHT – The law requires a white headlight (visible from at least 500 feet ahead) and a rear reflector or taillight (visible up to 300 feet from behind).