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Spécialistes en aménagements cyclistes

More than 600 self-service bicycle repair stations installed by Halt in Canada over the years

Self-service bicycle repair stations are becoming increasingly common in our cities and public spaces. These installations provide cyclists with a convenient and accessible way to repair and maintain their bicycles outdoors. Here are some advantages that these repair stations offer in terms of convenience for cyclists and their contribution to promoting sustainable mobility.


Availability and autonomy


Self-service bicycle repair stations allow cyclists to perform minor repairs or adjustments at any time, without depending on the schedule of a traditional repair shop. These stations are equipped with basic tools and equipment such as bike pumps, wrenches, screwdrivers, and tire levers. Cyclists can quickly repair their bicycles and resume their journey without interruption.


Cost reduction


Self-service bicycle repair stations provide a cost-effective alternative to traditional repair shops. Instead of having to pay for minor repairs, cyclists can do the necessary work themselves using the tools provided. This allows for significant long-term savings, especially for common issues such as punctures or minor adjustments.


Sustainability and promotion of active mobility


These stations contribute to promoting active and sustainable mobility. By providing tools and equipment for repairs, these stations encourage the use of bicycles as an eco-friendly mode of transportation and promote the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions associated with urban travel.


In conclusion, self-service bicycle repair stations offer accessibility and autonomy in terms of repairs, reduce costs associated with minor repairs, and contribute to the promotion of eco-friendly transportation. By investing in these installations, cities can support cyclists in maintaining their bikes and foster a culture of active and eco-friendly mobility.


At Halt, we are proud to have installed more than 600 bike repair stations across Canada in recent years, making cycling more user-friendly and safer.




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