TeamWaffles
3 years ago10,000+ Views
Ambulances Get Bike Racks in Colorado
The residents of Fort Collins, Colorado lover cyclists. Now they are showing a little bit of that love with their new addition to their ambulances. The ambulances now have bike racks in the front so cyclists don't have to leave their bikes at the scene. Many people are obviously reluctant to leave their bikes locked up at the scene, but often times they don't have a choice. Plus, ambulance workers were spending too much time going back to unlock bikes once patients could retrieve them.
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Very cool! This is good to see :)
3 years ago·Reply
@AnthonyB I find it funny that this isn't the norm everywhere! Seems stupid to think about now
3 years ago·Reply
Nice, that is nice of them. @TeamWaffles Yeah it does make a lot of sense when you think about it...haaha
3 years ago·Reply
@BikeSnob Exactly, but I guess it really depends on the amount of cyclists in the city they are doing this in. If the cyclists are few and far between then they wouldn't encounter nearly as many bikes.
3 years ago·Reply
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