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The "Bike Tree" keeps your bike safe

The Bike Tree

Here at Green Blog we love bikes. They are green, easy and cheap to maintain and will even help you go down in weight.

But of course they also have their downsides. And one of the worst is that they are so easy to steal! But maybe the "Bike Tree" can help keep your bike safer, and even save some space in crowded areas?

The idea is pretty simple. Instead of parking you bike in an ordinary bicycle stand you lift it up in a "tree" away from the ground (see above image). The "tree" has room for five other bikes besides your own.

The control panel includes finger print recognition sensor with some controls for locking/unlocking the bicycle onto the stand. The panel branches out of the trunk at user friendly height.

For locking your bicycle:

  1. Place your bicycle in the vertical slots
  2. Manually lock the rim
  3. Press start
  4. Finger print
  5. OK/ CANCEL

For releasing bicycle follow the similar path.

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