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Dero expands non-rack selection with new fully enclosed Bike Locker

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Dero Bike Locker 3

Dero of Minneapolis continues to expand its proprietary offerings outside of bike racks, for which it is best known, with the release of the Dero Bike Locker. Constructed of 99% recycled steel like many Dero products, the locker is available in 20 standard powdercoat colors (or a galvanized finish if you’re into it) which is a stylish and customizable departure from their existing fiberglass locker offerings.

See the boss new way for you to lock up your steed after the jump…

Dero Bike Locker 2

This new addition to their locker selection features a variety of locking options and configurations for public and private contexts. Installers can choose between a keyed lock or a loop for a standard u-lock. Available in single-sided single bike or double-sided two bike configurations, each locker comes standard with inner gear hooks for users so you can keep your stuff dry and contained. And if you’re feeling fancy, there is even an option for an elevated floor surface to keep everything off the pavement.

Dero Bike Locker keyed

All options flat pack to keep shipping costs low.

Dero Bike Locker u-lock

 

Contact Dero for pricing below.

Dero.com

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Jason
Jason
7 years ago

The bike lockers in Seattle are double sided with an angled divider. You just put your bike in back wheel first. Is this for a single bike?

whobikes
whobikes
7 years ago

They have both single and double sided. Check their website.

AlanM
AlanM
7 years ago

@Jason, “Available in single-sided single bike or double-sided two bike configurations.”

JBikes
JBikes
7 years ago

I’d think it could get mighty hot in there depending on the local climate.

DRC
DRC
7 years ago

Securing this with a U-lock is no more secure than just locking the bike to a normal rack. Just ask my old U-locks that were both cut in half. Needs a system like ski lockers that give you the key after you pay your money and lock the door.

shawn
shawn
7 years ago

Bikes that are nice enough for these are nice enough for the wall of a home

Joel
7 years ago

These are for corporate campuses, parking structures, schools, etc.

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