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Photo #186185

[UPDATE: At some point in 2023, the cycle disappeared. At the time of typing - 14.11.23 - the wheel remains as per the photo.]

[Image taken 15.9.22] Biba House, 16 St Saviour's Place, York YO1 7PJ. The entrance to the car- and cycle-parking for this residential development is on Aldwark. This means the cycle parking is visible to a great many people. Which must make it vulnerable. And what do people see? Wheelbenders. And the usual problem… If you can only attach a wheel to an immovable object, you lose the cycle. If you attach the cycle but do not secure the wheels, you lose the latter. It is curious that there is a wheel without a cycle and a cycle without a wheel. Perhaps there is another explanation. In 2021, I did try to find a contact for the development owners to ask if I could discuss the cycle parking with them. It came to nothing. I’ll try again now it looks as if a resident's or two residents' cycles have been vandalised. Location of this property and parking: #186186. Other images today: #186187, #186188, #186189, #186190, #186191, #186192.

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