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    Bicycle storage services in Las Vegas

    I'm headed to Las Vegas for a trade show in a few months. I don't trust the off-strip hotel I'm probably staying at, nor do I want to leave it in my car. Does anyone know of a bike shop that offers storage services for just a few days.
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    You more likely to get an answer from one of the Las Vegas readers who respond frequently to questions about the area if you give the name and location of the off-strip hotel you are using. There's no way to know which bike shop is reasonably close without that information. I rarely use the LBSs in my area so I have no information to offer you. You can get a list of stores on your own from this site: Las Vegas Cycling Resources / Directory of Las Vegas Cycling Businesses | Biking YOUR CITY | Biking Las Vegas Cycling You can try calling or emailing stores by zip code for the closest one.

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    VegasTriker provided a good list of resources.

    I have ridden to a number of locations and check my bike with the Valet Service. That has proven safe for years. I don't know if the hotel you are staying at provides that service.

    The Regional Transportation Commission is trying to develop a bike friendly Las Vegas. They have a secure bike garage. You might check with them.

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    They also have a list of bike routes that can be helpful. Let me know what kind of riding you are interested in.
    I think its disgusting and terrible how people treat Lance Armstrong, especially after winning 7 Tour de France Titles while on drugs!

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    Yes, thanks for the resources. Valet will be good for a small period of time at a major casino.
    The RTC is something I didn't know and I'm glad you told me about it. I will contact them.
    I've done a ride to redrock canyon and it was nice last year. I like moderate routes with some scenery with a good shoulder or bike lane to avoid issues with cars. Thanks

    Quote Originally Posted by Daspydyr View Post
    VegasTriker provided a good list of resources.

    I have ridden to a number of locations and check my bike with the Valet Service. That has proven safe for years. I don't know if the hotel you are staying at provides that service.

    The Regional Transportation Commission is trying to develop a bike friendly Las Vegas. They have a secure bike garage. You might check with them.

    How it Works -

    They also have a list of bike routes that can be helpful. Let me know what kind of riding you are interested in.

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    Let me know if you want to join any group rides or want suggestions for other rides. Enjoy!
    I think its disgusting and terrible how people treat Lance Armstrong, especially after winning 7 Tour de France Titles while on drugs!

    I can't even find my bike when I'm on drugs. -Willie N.

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