Bike repair stands arrive in Cambridge, MA
The city has begun installing bike repair stations inspired by those found throughout the MIT campus, complete with pump and pressure gauge, a handful of tools tethered by a series of cables and a stand that allows you to hang your bike by its seat post rather than having to flip it upside-down.
The cost of each repair station can't be particularly steep, and for any city trying to boost its bike-friendly cred, it's the perfect way to show you're serious about taking care of your two-wheeled residents. Here's hoping the tools stay put and the concept starts spreading.
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