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Old 10-29-12, 11:56 AM   #1
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Univ of MO - Bike Tools Station

While on a visit to University of MO in Columbia, I noticed this station with multiple bike tools including a pump that was available for all to use.



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the engineer for that company is a framebuilder that occasionally posts here. That's really nice that there is public access to tools like that.

should have taken a pic with your bike in the stand. I really like how that is done, I used to use a hook on the wall of my garage, but only holding one side of the saddle is less than fully satisfactory.
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the engineer for that company is a framebuilder that occasionally posts here. That's really nice that there is public access to tools like that.

should have taken a pic with your bike in the stand. I really like how that is done, I used to use a hook on the wall of my garage, but only holding one side of the saddle is less than fully satisfactory.
Unfortunately I didn't have a bike with me at the time. I was there for a campus visit with my oldest son, who may go to engineering school there next year.
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I have seen those at a couple spots around Minneapolis. Unfortunately some idiot always breaks the pump.
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