Real Estate

How to Provide Bike Shop Services Without Dedicated Space

Some large companies have prioritized cycling and have dedicated on-site bike shops. While that’s amazing for employees who need a bike, a bike repair or help with their commute, most employers simply don’t have the physical space. But, no worries! There are creative ways to offer bike services without having a permanent real estate for it. Here are our favorites.

World-class End Of Trip Facility

How does a real estate company build an End of Trip (EOT) bike facility inside a historic building that will serve bike commuters today and down the road?

The Mobile Bike Concierge

How does a business park with nearly 30,000 employees encourage and enable more bike commuting?

The Hub: Real-World Bike Services

How does the largest social networking company connect employees to real-world bike and commute services?

Salesforce “Tour de Force” Bike Room

How do you turn a long, narrow storage space into a functional and attractive bike room?

Facebook’s Westlake Wheelhouse

Facebook has continued to prioritize biking company-wide by opening its first full-service bike shop in a field office at its new South Lake Union digs in Seattle. The shop is really just the focal point though; just outside is an area to store personal bikes, a drying room for damp gear, showers, lockers, everything a daily cyclist would need to feel the love.

How OHSU takes Portland’s Bike Friendliness to New Heights

John Landolfe from Oregon Health & Science University (OHSU) talks with Amy Harcourt about how they’ve built a successful bike program around strong bike infrastructure, unique services, continuous outreach, consistent onboarding, financial incentives, and other cost-effective approaches.

Microsoft’s Bike Infrastructure: Overcoming Challenges Head On!

Learn how Microsoft has overcome challenges and exceeded its SOV targets at its Redmond WA corporate headquarters, with Transportation Manager Jeff Aumell.

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Bike Parking: Smart Developers Build for Bikes (And Their Owners)

Meet Jeff. He’s a 25-year old engineer who works long hours…