A Public Bicycle Repair Station

Dero, a bicycle rack manufacturer in Minneapolis, designed the FixIt. This is a bicycle repair station designed to be open to the public whenever needed. To facilitate simple repairs for people without the necessary tools, the FixIt allows a bicyclist to hang a bike in the air while using tools which are attached with steel cables. An optional air pump is also available.

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The tools include Allen wrenches, metric wrenches, tire levers, and screwdrivers. If a bicyclist is unsure how to use them, s/he can just scan the QR code to find a general bike repair manual online. You can watch a demonstration video here.

The website includes an interactive map (keep scrolling down) of FixIt locations. There’s one near me, so I may check it out soon. I don’t have a hanging rack for my bike, so it could come in handy.

-via Core77

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