Wednesday, 24 October 2012
visit the Vestry House Museum by bike
After many years of supplying no bike stands at all at its local museum (home to the oldest British-built petrol driven car), the progressive and cycling-friendly London Borough of Waltham Forest recently got round to installing lavish bicycle parking facilities to meet the surge in demand from London’s cycling revolution.
But sadly old habits die hard and some people still insist on locking their bikes to the railings in the street outside.
Others lock up their bikes in the forecourt.
It’s a shame no one is bothering to use the magnificent new cycle parking infrastructure.
Posted by Freewheeler at 12:00
Labels: obstructed cycle stand