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George sent in these pics of the snazzy new bike shelter at Suffolk downs. Anyone try them out yet?
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By Patrick Roadhouse on Nov 21, 2012 | Reply
I’ve had bad luck on Blue Line Bike lock ups, but often no choice…
Would love it if these were a little more covered from the elements, but better SOMETHING than nothing.
That said, could we petition that the horse track be replaced with a velodrome?
By chain lube on Nov 21, 2012 | Reply
@patrick – yes! a velodrome! although – a better site would be the old wonderland dog track – that’s about the correct size. a velodrome would be about as big as that pond in the middle of the horse track at suffolk downs.
By Neptune's trident on Nov 21, 2012 | Reply
There’s a similar one also just erected at Wood Island. Not a ton of capacity though – only 6 “horseshoes”. They probably should have taken a look around at all the bikes locked to various parts of the fencing to get a better estimate of the lock-up capacity needed.
Orient Heights has to be one of the worst spots to lock a bike – my GF had an entire bike (cut through the bike rack) and a rear (yes – rear) wheel stolen in the matter of a month. Hopefully it’ll be a bit safer after they build it back up.
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