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What Could the Future Hold for Toronto’s Bicycle Station?
October 7, 2009 by
With only one bicycle station currently in Toronto, the lifetime membership doesn’t provide access to anything else, but that should change in the near future as some TTC stations (and hopefully elsewhere) begin adding their own bicycle stations.
However, since this is only a pilot project, then what could the future of bicycle stations in Toronto become?
First, let’s go to Chicago:
McDonald’s Cycle Center offers not only secure parking, but showers, repair service and even bicycle rentals. It’s essentially a one-stop shop for cyclists.
Planet Bike Light Combo
Planet Bike 5 LED Tail Light
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