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Dero offers updated Decker two-tier bike parking system and fat bike tray

Published July 25, 2017

MINNEAPOLIS (BRAIN) — Dero has released an improved version of its Dero Decker two-tier bike parking system. The company said the new system is easier to install, smoother to operate, and more affordable.

"Same great space-saving efficiency, but with additional features making this popular product a must for any bike room or bike shelter where space is at a premium," the company said.

Dero Decker's front wheel safety locking lever and tray dampers provide safe lowering of upper trays. The system accommodates U-locks for security. A Fat Bike Tray is available so bikes with larger tires can park on the lower trays.

The top trays are now 40 pounds lighter and include set screws so installers can easily set the downward resting position of the upper trays to accommodate different floor clearances. Installation requires 60 percent less drilling into the floor than the previous iteration, and installers no longer need to measure the position of the lower trays, since they now come with a bolting foot plate guide.

The modular system comes in sections of four bikes (two up and two down) and can be either single or double-sided. In addition, the new track design means top trolleys no longer need to be greased or maintained.

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