Bicycles are a great way to get around and can promote great exercise and health. However, bicycles can sometimes be cumbersome to move and this can especially be an issue if you have less space such as when renting mobile homes. However, there are some storage ideas you can use.
1. Using Simple Pegs
When you don’t have a garage you can opt for simple wooden pegs on your walls that are easy and aesthetically pleasing.
2. Vertical Bike Storage
There are plenty of bike stands available that will allow you to store your bicycle vertically inside your man camps. Not only are they easy and don’t require messing with any walls, but they’re also portable.
3. A Weatherproof Bike Tent
Of course, storing a bicycle outside will also give you ample space, but if you’re worried about bad weather you can purchase a weatherproof bike tent that will protect it from the elements.
4. A Bike Storage Shed
There are plenty of bike storage sheds available in stores like Home Depot and while maybe not as portable as a bike stand, moving one to your oilfield housing shouldn’t be too difficult.
5. Leaning Stands
While some stands require you to mount it to the wall, there are also leaning stands available that don’t require this. Just set it against the wall and you can store your bike. Some even allow you to store two bikes on a single stand.
6. A Bike Bag
There are also bike bags that allow you to store your bike fully intact and can be a great option if you find yourself needing to move around a lot.
Choose Iron Guard Today
Some options for storing your bicycle include using a bike bag, leaning stands, pegs, storage sheds, waterproof tents, and a vertical bike stand. Luckily, Iron Guard is also bicycle-friendly and is a great choice for oilfield housing and man camps.