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RFID Locking Station
CycleStation – RFID. self actuating secure locking station. Solar powered UV anti bacterial lighting.
Average score: 9.32

Capitalising on the BB, the least variable point on all bikes. Self actuating RFID secured lock, No need for Locks or chains.UV lit locker for antibacterial clensing of helmet and shoes.Storage for Saddle.Wheels and Frame secured.Extra Lockers for shoppers for extra surveillance. Bike shop network.

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