Keep Your Bike Warm This Winter With a Bike Locker

    Posted by Jeff Hurrle

    Nov 7, 2013 8:04:00 AM

    bike-lockerSo you finally got that new bike that you've had your eyes on and you've been riding your bike around happily all summer long. But now that summer has ended and fall is upon us, it's time to start thinking of how you are going to keep your bike protected during the cold months ahead. With the winter months comes a lot of precipitation including rain in some areas and heavy snow in others. Leaving your bike out in any wet conditions will cause your bike to rust and could cause other mechanical issues. We don't want all of your precious money to go to waste on your investment so we have a solution: 




    Our Polyethylene Bike Lockers!

    These lockers are our most popular style bicycle lockers that have lots of benefits. First, these lockers are ideal for any climate that you live in and are maintenance free. Second, the size of the lockers allows you to fit not just one but two bikes. If you have a roommate or a significant other who also has a bike, sharing is always caring! 

    Along with the many great design features such as the unique one-piece body design, we ship your bike locker to you 100% assembled so that you don't have to worry about installation costs and labor. Everything is already done for you, so all you need to do is pedal your bike in the locker and lock it up when it is not in use. 

    Speaking of locks, you have a lot of lock options! Locks can be individually keyed and equipped with a vertical locking bar. They can also be master keyed, or your locker can even be used with a padlock. 

    Whatever choice you decide, we are here to give you piece of mind that your bike will be safe and warm this winter and ready to hit the streets again next summer!

    Have a peek at our line of Bicycle Lockers here or download our Product CatalogueAlready set?  Fill out a Request for Quote online!

    Topics: Bicycle Storage Systems, Sports Equipment


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