A Whole Foods With a Bicycle Service Station

Photo by Prolly

Via Prolly Is Not Probably

The photo above is of a bicycle service station at the Whole Foods Flagship store in Austin, TX. It’s free to use and comes equipped with tools and a pump and you can hang your bicycle from the saddle to make repairs.

More photos here: New Bicycle Repair Stand at Whole Foods Flagship

While I’m unaware of any such station in Toronto, I do know that to encourage and support cycling the Evergreen Brick Works site in the Don Valley has a bicycle service station called the Bike Works.

What do you think of the Whole Foods bicycle service station? Would knowing that there’s a service station encourage you to cycle longer distances when running errands?

About duncan

Duncan rides bicycles in the city of Toronto and contributes to the main blog of BikingToronto as well as writing and taking photos for his blog Duncan's City Ride.


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