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Photo #186049

Image taken 8.9.22] Deangate, York. A Tern ( with - possibly bespoke weather protection for the child seat. Compare with this ad hoc but perhaps no less effective arrangement: #186026. A folding box has been fixed to the front rack to provide carrying capacity for goods. The cycle uses the all-important capacious end of racks. There is more space here for larger/wider designs of cycle - bespoke or adapted. It is here because it needs more room... because to avoid sticking out into the road and being vulnerable to passing vehicles, the rider has used the end of rack space to be able to move it forward. If the racks were further out from the kerb the cycle would not need to be at this angle, would be more stable - though this one does have a stand - and would leave room on the facing end of rack for another cycle or group sharing a lock. The rack would also need protection in the form of bollards - see excellent example of protected provision (in all senses) at: #182710. Other image and links today: #186045.

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