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06/29/2012

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Conscious

That's great.

Kagi

I've always been tickled by the public bike tool stand at the flagship Whole Foods in Austin. There's also another one in Cambridge, on the MIT campus -- can't remember the number of the building, though.

Sean

we have two of these in Minneapolis. They also have vending machines one can get an inner tube or other needs.

http://bikefixtation.com/

Peter

Here's a post about a couple of those bike fixation repair stations in the Twin Cities: http://cycletc.com/2012/06/26/more-info-on-free-air-from-the-bike-friendly-state/

Joey

We recently got a stand like this on our main bike path here in Little Rock/North Little Rock. It is located right next to the Big Dam Bridge on the River Trail. Very Cool.

John h

I'm very surprised by the tools still being there. Super nice infrastructure. =)

Jon S

Dero makes a model of this called the FixIt: http://www.dero.com/products/fixit/

Ask your school or employer to look into getting one - I did! Just a bit over $1000 after delivery & installation.

The tools are so securely attached that the company will replace them free for life if stolen.

p.s. These are made in the US of A, for any of you who think strangers who were born inside the same nation-state as you are more deserving of jobs than strangers who live on the other side of a line.

Mitch

This post is ancient but we have one in my city outside of one of our local breweries.

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