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    In Calgary "Cagers" are now Parking Bikes


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    We have bike cages at work that are awesome. I should snap some photos of them - there's a full tool kit and a pump in each one too. Mine even has a powered outlet and lockers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hunter006 View Post
    Mine even has a powered outlet and lockers.
    Cool. Bike thieves don`t have to contaminate the landfill with NICAAD batteries from their disc grinders
    Recalculating....

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    That would be the case if it wasn't swipe card access controlled. It's not open to the general public.

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    You work at MSFT hunter? I've seen one of the bike storage rooms from the 520 trail at the building on the corner of 520 and NE 40th. Wow, pretty sweet setup.

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    I'm considering starting to commute via bike, and this could go a long way towards making it happen.
    Know your limitations, and then defy them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by woodway View Post
    You work at MSFT hunter? I've seen one of the bike storage rooms from the 520 trail at the building on the corner of 520 and NE 40th. Wow, pretty sweet setup.
    Yup. That one is particularly awesome as the showers are about 10 ft inside the building. I should have some time today to take a few photos, they did a really, really good job on the bike cages.

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