Roseville / Bicycle Parking

This is the list of Roseville bike racks and lots that are marked on the map. Please add a bike rack which you know about if it isn't on the map yet.

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 (916) 936-4277
404 VERNON, ROSEVILLE, CA, 95678, Roseville, United States
  • Bike Shop
Roseville Cyclery is a family-friendly bike shop serving Roseville, Rocklin, Citrus Heights, Folsom, Orangevale, Fair Oaks, Auburn, North Highlands, Antelope, Granite Bay, Lincoln and the Greater Sacramento area.
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Any Mountain#858(ST) (783 m)

392 Roseville Square Roseville, Roseville, United States
  • Bike Shop
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Dicks Sporting Goods 1421 (1242 m)

Still Under Construction, Roseville, CA, 95678, Roseville, United States
  • Bike Shop
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Bob's Cycle Center Inc (1259 m)

378 North Sunrise Boulevard #300, California, Roseville, 95678-3025, Roseville, United States
  • Bike Shop
Bob's Cycle Center Bike Shop has a full selection of Trek, Electra, Haro, & Felt bicycles. Come to visit us at Fair Oaks or Roseville, California.
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1901 DOUGLAS BLVD-SUITE 150--Roseville-US, Roseville, United States
  • Bike Shop
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1901 DOUGLAS BLVD, ROSEVILLE, CA, 95661, Roseville, United States
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Here are some tips for finding safe parking for your bicycle:

  1. Look for designated bike parking areas, such as racks or lockers, in the locations you frequent. These areas are specifically designed for bicycles and can provide a safe and secure place to park your bike.

  2. If designated bike parking is not available, look for other secure options, such as a fenced-in area or a well-lit and busy location. This can help to deter theft and provide peace of mind while your bike is parked.

  3. Consider using a bike lock to secure your bicycle to a fixed object, such as a bike rack or a pole. This can provide an extra layer of security and make it more difficult for someone to steal your bike.

  4. If you are parking your bike at home, consider keeping it inside a garage or shed. This can provide additional protection from the elements and potential theft.

  5. Always be aware of your surroundings and the potential risks when parking your bicycle. If you are unsure about the safety of a particular location, it is better to err on the side of caution and look for a safer alternative.

  6. Consider using a GPS tracker or other security device to monitor your bike and alert you if it is moved or tampered with while parked. This can provide added peace of mind and help you to quickly respond to any potential security threats.

  7. Finally, it is always a good idea to register your bicycle with your local police department. This can help to recover your bike if it is stolen, and can also make it easier to prosecute the thief if they are caught.