On-Street Bicycle Parking on Valencia Street is Now a Reality

boogaloos_racks_1.jpgNew on-street bicycle parking in front of Boogaloos near 22nd Street. Photos: Matthew Roth.

Before any of you hurt Streetsblog commenter Stuart Chuang Matthews for boasting of the lovely new on-street bike parking racks on Valencia Street without giving you pictorial evidence: How you like them apples?

"The San Francisco Bicycle Coalition is excited to see the city install this innovation on a vibrant commercial and bicycling street like Valencia," said SFBC’s Marc Caswell. "We’re already working with businesses across the city to recommend other locations for on-street bicycle parking."

You’d almost think we were in Portland!

boogaloos_racks_3.jpg

Dosa_racks.jpgIn front of Dosa.
Dosa_racks_2.jpgClose-up of the delineator between cars and the bike racks in front of Dosa.
Valencia_Farmers_Market_racks.jpgThe new racks in front of Valencia Farmer’s Market near 24th Street.
Freewheel_racks.jpgThe racks in front of Freewheel.

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