Cyclists riding bikes along the water in Warren County NY

New Bikeway Fix-It Station

The Adirondack Cycling Advocates (ACA) recently purchased and donated a bicycle fix-it-station to the Warren County Highway Department (Highway Department) for installation on the Warren County bike trail. The fix-it-station is installed at the entrance to the bike trail located in the parking lot on Country Club Road in Queensbury, New York. The Highway Department will be responsible for ongoing maintenance of the fix-it-station. Funds for the purchase of the fix-it station come from our 2023 Warren County Tourism Occupancy Tax Award.

The Fixit  Station  contains a collection of tools including two Philips and flat head screwdrivers, 2.5, 3, 4, 5, 6, and 8mm Allen wrenches, 8, 9, 10, 11, 15, and 32mm box wrenches, one T25 Torx wrench, and two tire levers—all tethered to the station’s frame with braided stainless steel aircraft cables which are strong enough to prevent tampering but long enough to have no problem conveniently reaching wherever the tools are needed. The Fixit station also has a pair of overhead hanger arms which suspend the bicycle at eye level to make the problem area easily visible and accessible. Bikes can be hung up by either wheel, or by the seat to allow the pedals and tires to spin while being worked on. This version also comes with a built-in Air Kit Prime bike pump for re-inflating flat tires.

The ACA thanks the Highway Department and the Warren County Tourism Department for their support of this project.

Bicycle Fix-It Station
Fix-It Station on Warren County Bikeway at Country Club Road parking lot.

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