I love such simple, yet genius ideas – an easy to make bicycle stand that is also extremely easy to take with you if you need it:
I have to admit, that kid has skills and is worth watching! If you’ve ever rode in a park where the number of bicycle stands was lacking or you simply couldn;t find one, this simple solution will immensely help you next time you go riding.
If you think that park renovation is a simple task that demands only a couple of dollars and a bit of good will – think again. Park renovation is often a homungous project that demands years of wark and a big amount of money. Refurbing the ammenities, cleaning the alleys and replanting trees, installation of proper additions like bike racks and dustbins, renovation of playgrounds… I could enumerate the needed changes for an hour or two and it wouldn’t be enough. You can see for yourself how titanic this task can be:
If you are looking for a nice set of bicycle racks to improve the exterior area around you, you might be interested in the projects below.
As you can see, the bicycle stands presented here are multi-purpose and can be used in many situations. Some are also portable – you can easily detach them from the surface and put them somewhere else if such need appears. This means that you have a lot of flexibility in bike placement around the park or any other area you wish to install them in. Always check out the offers of the bicycle stand providers to see which type will suit your specific needs, as the variety on the market is simply huge.
It is an obvious knowledge, but you need trees to have a decent park. And you cannot plant them without a certain protection – parks are swarming with people, cyclists and animals and every single person can damage a young tree. That’s why tree protectors were invented. They serve a couple of purposes – first of all of course, they secure the tree in such a way that people and animals cannot break it. Secondly, due to their construction, they keep the tree straight and help it recover even from the strongest gushes of wind. Until the tree is strong enough to withstand the environmental damage and people’s activity, tree protector is necessary – without it, you will have a large patch of grass without any shade.
So, when you consider a park redesign or are submitting your ideas about park additions to the government, aside from obvious amenities like lavatories, water supply, bike stands and picnic areas do not forget about tree protectors if you wish to have more trees in the park nearby.