Locking Up Your Bike
Biking is one of the healthiest and most efficient ways of getting around Chicago. It’s also a phenomenal way to see this beautiful city of ours. Since many Hayes Properties tenants are cyclists, we are interested in making sure bikes properly taken care of at our buildings.
- Bikes should be locked up or put away in our storage spaces or in our basements and laundry rooms.
- Please stay clear of all walkways and doorways as well as your neighbors’ storage spaces.
- Do not attach your bike to fences whether they belong to us or a next door neighbor.
- Even if it is in a basement, we recommend locking your bike. To ensure the bike is locked, move it next to a fixed object and place the u-lock or chain around the object and the rear wheel and part of the frame.
- Here’s a link to step by step instructions courtesy of Kryptonite Locks.
- Take care that basement doors lock behind you when you leave.
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