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Bike Parks Offer Commuter Cyclists Comfort and buy real levitra online without prescription Convenience

One of the best ways to reduce your carbon footprint is buy viagra 50mg to get out of your car and onto a bike.  Many people live close enough to work to commute by bike instead of car, but don't because they don't want to buying us online viagra show up sweaty and wrinkled.  In Melbourne, a new facility called Bike Park is taking care of that by offering all the conveniences a commuter cyclist could ask for.

Bike Park has a storage room for 150 bikes and offers cyclists lockers, showers, towels, hair dryers and straighteners, ironing boards, coffee and even bike servicing.  The facility is located in an old nightclub just a short walk from the city's main train station.

Cyclists either pay per day ($10) for the ammenities or can become a member and pay monthly to yearly at a discount, making it convenient for just a day trip or year-round commuting.

Luckily, this idea isn't unique to Melbourne.  Another chain of levitra cheaper bike lodging and cialis pills in canada services called Bike Boutique is located in 10 countries, including a newly-opened shop in Wilmington, Delaware.  Let's hope this turns into a catching trend.

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Bloody bewdy!
written by Richard Davine, July 22, 2010
As a resident of Melbourne I reckon this idea is awesome!
Many work places here are offering similar set ups which take less space than giving everyone a car park spot. Bike riding is not only great for the environment, to reduce traffic congestion but a fantastic way to get passive exercise.
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written by Garrett, July 23, 2010
Ok, good idea for urban areas and areas where public transit is well managed and reaches lots of people. Within the viagra cheap canada US though, try adding it to suburb where most people live. Most don't live in big cities with commuter rail or even a decent bus system.

But I do applaud the effort, every bit helps. I enjoy companies that make it easier for people to do the right thing. If we can take the excuses out of peoples minds and mouths, then we all benefit.

Not to cheapest levitra prescription mention this could help with LEED green building certification (site selection and alternative transportation)...
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written by Boomerangman, July 25, 2010
This is great we have been promoting our bike library for years!
I could really see this becoming a “hip” thing to do if it ever got introduced to the NYC area.

I’m glad that more people are starting to use bikes.
2 Wheel Freedom
written by Carol, July 29, 2010
Two wheels (with new developments in storage and cargo-carrying capability) will offer us new freedoms from air and noise pollution, and from couch-potato body! With respect to Mr. Davine's note, bicycling is NOT passive exercise. It becomes quite active when you hit even the lowest-sloped grade in the road.
written by Fredrik, August 13, 2010
A shame I haven't found this until now! This is a really good initiative, and as a European that live in a city with lots of bike commuters, I must say that this would be great!

I have written about bike commutes and buy tramadol without the benefits thereof before at Just wish I had seen this onesmilies/tongue.gif
$10 per day?
written by Tim, August 20, 2010
So, $2600 per year? To park my bike? I think not.

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