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The bikeIt’s a big one to tackle, but there are options that don’t include your bike being propped against the radiator in the hallway. From secure storage outside (whether in the front garden, a shed, or a council-owned street Bikehangar – check with your local authority if these are an option in your area) to a rack on the wall in another room, a proper home for a bike will be a worthwhile investment to ensure a smoother hallway ride.
Put a bike on itHow’s this for flexibility? A study area that is also home to a bike. It may be unconventional, but it also shows how any piece of wall can be used for a bike stand. And what’s more, it will leave your hall free of pedals that dig into ankles every time you walk past.What flexible solutions have you found in your work area? Share your ideas in the Comments below.
Service your bikeYou might remember to service the car once a year, but how about your bike? Servicing it will ensure it’s safe to use and can prolong its life, so direct some new-term zeal towards your two wheels. If your children are cycling to school, perhaps after a summer of not using their bikes much, it’s a good idea to get their bikes serviced, too.