Scott, a Tucson Velo reader, sent me a few photos of bikes “locked” up at the University of Arizona and suggested a feature about how not to lock up your bike.

Here are the two photos Scott sent as well as one I took myself and another from a different Tucson Velo reader.

Tucson examples of how NOT to lock your bike

You can use the form below to submit your own examples.

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The gallery will always be located on the Stolen Bikes page, which is linked to at the top right of the website.

3 thoughts on “Tucson examples of how not to lock your bike”
  1. maybe they still haven’t taken geometry. you know whether or not one object passes through another can be very advanced…

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