No Bikes on Government Property

No FunNot only did I not find any bike racks at the Putnam County Courthouse Annex in Greencastle, IN (an old school building about six blocks from the square), bicycles are not allowed on the property, according to this sign near the entrance.

Not exactly “bicycle friendly”.

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5 Responses to No Bikes on Government Property

  1. Dave Moulton says:

    Another example of bikes being viewed as toys or recreational, along with skateboards, and rollerblades. Not seen as a legitimate form of transport.

  2. Noah says:

    Whenever I see those signs where I’m going — and I see a great many of them, I make sure to cable-lock my bicycle directly under the sign if possible. If not, I lock it within eyeshot.

    I once saw those signs all over a strip mall, and one store had a bicycle rack out front. Irony, defined.

  3. Dan says:

    Noah, you are such a rebel!

  4. Steeker says:

    we have the same crap up here with bike signs

  5. eric says:

    Same thing goes for the parking decks here in ILM. I complained, but nothing has been done and I imagine nothing will. Of course, what do you expect from morons who don’t know that ‘skate boards’ is actually one word?

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