[TheThinkTank] Sorting Bicycles

Charlie Madden bikewithcharlie at gmail.com
Wed May 26 02:50:06 PDT 2010


Add to that situation: a very hot, very dirty and badly lit warehouse. We're
looking for the same suggestions!
Thanks,
Worcester Earn-A-Bike
On Tue, May 25, 2010 at 8:19 PM, Ainsley Naylor
<needleandthread at gmail.com>wrote:

> hey all, here is a not-so-hypothetical question. If you had to sort a lot
> of bicycles (I mean a lot, like a few thousand) how would you do it? The
> purpose would be to sort them in a user-friendly way, so that in the future
> you could find the bikes you need (i.e. bikes for a youth program, bikes to
> sell, bikes to strip) as easily as possible. The bikes will be staying in
> the same location for the most part which calls for a good sort and store
> method, although dispersal of the bikes to other spaces will also be easier
> if we sort them properly.
>
> The best suggestion so far is to sort them by wheel size but these bikes
> don't have their wheels attached - what a headache - so I'm looking for
> other suggestions.
>
> Thanks!
> Ainsley and the FUCKIGOR bicycle collective
> :)
>
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