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Considering Safe Storage Options for Bikes While Taking the Train?

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MONTCLAIR, NJ - Tired of sitting in traffic waiting to get to the parking deck? Ride your bike instead, and store it during the day in Montclair's Bike Depot at the Bay Street train station parking garage.
 
The Bike Depot located at Bay Street train station currently has available spots. The Bike Depot keeps your bike safe from weather, vandalism, and theft while you are at work. It also provides a safe, well-lit place to prepare for your train ride to work or your bike ride home. The Depot has a 24-hour surveillance video camera, and you will be given a key fob to access the Depot once you sign up.
 
 
The Depot is located just inside the Bay Street parking deck, convenient to the NJTransit train station. You can purchase a monthly or annual membership and have 24/7 access to the Depot, to store your bike. Lockers are also available to store your helmet and other things you need for your bike ride.
 
Monthly memberships are $20 per month and annual are $220 for the year; lockers are an additional $5 per month. Each membership renews automatically using your credit card, so you don't have to worry about remembering to pay.
 
For more information and to sign up, visit http://www.njbwc.org/bikedepot/
 
If you have any questions about the Depot, please email info@njbwc.org

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