How you park a bike in Japan.

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+16 1. kekke2000 commented 8 years ago

Is this for real? I would feel bad putting my crappy bike in there though.
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+5 2. Spartan118 commented 8 years ago

wow that looks very convenient but im wondering, does it work with all bikes or only specific ones?
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+19 3. Flox commented 8 years ago

#2 Looks like the machine is just squeezing the front wheel. So unless you have a gigantic bike wheel, I assume any bike should work ;)
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+6 4. loadrunner commented 8 years ago

It works very good, if there are not so much bikes. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z12dc7300yc

Imagine a school/working day, when 85% of all bikes are on the road. and all bikes need to be available at the same time.
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0 5. MindTreat commented 8 years ago

Im just trying to figure out what so wrong with a lock and chain...
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+7 6. Cyrille commented 8 years ago

#5 The guys who cut it to stole your bike...
Plus, a strong one weight approximately 1kg, which is a lot.
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+4 7. txo commented 8 years ago

#2 That is a cycling bike, the tire is much thiner then a tire of a mountain bike. I´m not sure if that would work with my DH bike :(
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-2 8. ridebmxx3 commented 8 years ago

bikes goto hell
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+6 9. Junnu commented 8 years ago

Woman dispenser please <3
I know I'm disgusting and lonely :'(

*Riding in sunset