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    Bike Security

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      What do you want?

      The University doesn't have much in the way of bike security measures. There are a few bike racks outside Main Arts, but none outside of Pontio. I've seen bikes locked to the gates around Pontio but it looks messy and attracts theives. The University should consider buying bike cages. 

      Why do you want it?

      There are a lot of cyclists around Bangor. Students who cannot afford a car often cycle, and bike theft is certainly common, leaving students with time-consuming walks when they could be working. I've seen a number of bikes with no wheels or that have been vandalised. It's not fair and the University could help by providing racks or cages. 

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