Wednesday, August 6, 2014

Bikes 101

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.

  1. Bikes should be locked up or put away in our storage spaces or in our basements and laundry rooms.
  2. Please stay clear of all walkways and doorways as well as your neighbors’ storage spaces.
  3. Do not attach your bike to fences whether they belong to us or a next door neighbor.
  4. 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.
  5. Here’s a link to step by step instructions courtesy of Kryptonite Locks
  6. Take care that basement doors lock behind you when you leave.
Can’t locate the basement in your building? Call us!

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