More about bike racks

There are thousands of different bike racks. This is a small sample to convey the types of racks that meet our local guidelines and those that do not. While these rack design generally meet our guidelines, the location and placement may not. Reference our local bicycle parking guidelines to ensure access.

Rack Guidelines

  1. Two points of contact with bicycle
  2. Supports "U" type shackle-lock
  3. Securely anchored

Meet Guidelines
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Do Not Meet Guidelines




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