Cycle Storage

Discussion in 'Beginners' started by Krypton, 15 Aug 2007.

  1. Krypton

    Krypton New Member

    I'll be moving house soon, but still won't be able to store the bike indoors (wife won't have it, full-stop!)

    So, since I'll have room for both a shed and a separate outdoor bike storage facility, what would you recommend?
  2. gbyers

    gbyers New Member

    Change your wife.
  3. alfablue

    alfablue New Member

    I am not sure about the exact answer, I suppose I would go for installing an anchor point concreted under the floor. One thing to check if this applies is whether your house / bike insurance excludes bikes kept in sheds (some do regardless of security measures).
  4. Shaun

    Shaun Founder Moderator

    Brilliant ;)
  5. Keith Oates

    Keith Oates Janner

    Penarth, Wales
    Change your wife.[/QUOTE]

    That's a bit drastic, but you buy her a bed and put her in the shed!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  6. Arch

    Arch Married to Night Train

    Salford, UK
  7. wafflycat

    wafflycat New Member

    middle of Norfolk
    Another vote for the shed shackle here.
  8. ...bit tough on the missus to chain her in there an' all...:ohmy:
  9. HJ

    HJ Cycling in Scotland

    Auld Reekie
    You could try getting one of these and persuade her that it is really an art installation.:ohmy:

    I intend trying it on Mrs HJ when we move in a couple of weeks time, then again as we are moving to a third floor flat maybe a shed would be a better option.
  10. Twenty Inch

    Twenty Inch New Member

    Behind a desk
    If you have decent bikes and are spotted riding around, you're at greater risk of burglary.

    Pick the site of your shed. Get some steel cable and attach it to a big steel plate. Dig a foot-deep hole and put the steel plate at the bottom of it. Fill the hole with rubble and concrete. Cut a hole in the floor of the shed and put it on top of the cable. Lock the bikes to the cable with the biggest, heaviest lock you can find.

    Or just put a basket on the front of your bike - it'll never get nicked.
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