An awareness campaign designed for a community.

If you have found this site after scanning a tag, then you have just found one of our rack etiquette awareness stickers. These stickers are scattered on racks around the neighborhood and they provide a simple message: share.

If you are like us, you have run into the conundrum of unusable space on an otherwise accommodating bike rack. The situation goes like this: You find a rack (usually the ones that look like upside-down u’s) that has been designed to accommodate a certain number of bicycles. Unfortunately on each side of the rack someone has locked up one bike directly in the middle of the rack, essentially rendering the capacity for the extra 2+ bicycles to be null.

With our campaign we are looking to spread just a bit of knowledge to help people help others. Each sticker is placed in a visible location on the rack. The stickers are easy to read and illustrate proper lock up positions for bicycles. It’s our hope that this bit of information will encourage folks to lock up while leaving some room for a fellow cyclist. Instead of relegating the other cyclist to the daunting task of finding another non-SDOT provided place to lock up.

If you’d like to take part in the campaign, please contact us here.