Bike racks and bikes are becoming more and more popular in our cities and our towns, but the truth is that the best way to get around these spaces is to cycle, bike, and walk.
And with a new bike rack in Portland, Oregon, there is another reason to keep the bike on the ground, as the bike rider can now display a photo of the bike’s actual size to other riders.
This new feature was designed by a Portland bike mechanic, and the photo is displayed on a large piece of cardboard.
The bike rack, called the “Bicycle Clipart,” has the rider’s own image on it, which can then be used to attach the bike to a large, flat surface like a sidewalk or a hilltop bike rack.
A photo of your bike is displayed in the corner of the picture, so you don’t need to have the bike in your hand.
The feature was added to the Portland Bicycle Coalition’s Facebook page on Tuesday.
Bike riders can share the photos on social media using the hashtag #BicycleClipart.
The clipart can also be used by other cyclists, who can post the photo on Instagram, Flickr, or other social media sites.
“We really wanted to do something for the people who love bikes, but don’t necessarily have a lot of space for them,” said BikeClipArt organizer Jason Tynan.
“The bike clipart is perfect for when you’re trying to show your bike, because it’s so easy to use, and you can even share the photo with your friends, so it can really go viral.”
The Bicycle Clipart is also available for $20 on the Portland Bike Coalition’s website, or you can get it at the Bicycle Coalition store.
If you’re wondering what your best bike rack looks like, check out this photo of a New York City bike rack and rack that’s in the middle of an alleyway.