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Dero Bike Racks

 

Address: 42 Northern Stacks Drive, Suite 100

 

City/State/Zip: Minneapolis, MN, 55421

 

Phone: (888) 337-6729

 

FAX: 612-331-2731

 

Website: dero.com

 

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Vendor Profile: Since 1995 Dero has supplied innovative bike parking and public bicycle repair solutions to architects developers planners municipalities and contractors. Our bike racks public repair stands and pumps shelters and lockers are high quality thoughtfully designed secure and manufactured in the United States. We take pride in our craftsmanship. At Dero we are not simply bike rack manufacturers. We believe in bikes as transportation and that bikes mean business. Leading bike-centric lives gives us the real world insight to design innovative quality and functional bicycling infrastructure that people on bikes can rely on every day.

 

Products

 

   

Dero Stratus Shelter(TM)

The Stratus Shelter(TM) is a striking bike shelter option for any transit station, university campus, or multifamily residential building project. It is constructed of American made, galvanized steel, and clear, tempered, laminated glass roof panels and optional side panels. Single or double-sided roof panels can be configured flush or in varying angles to create several attractive patterns.
Product Link:
https://www.dero.com/product/stratus-shelter/

 


 



   

Dero Veloport(TM)

The graceful lines and modern design makes the Veloport(TM) stand out while still offering the security and durability you need in your long-term bike parking. Each bay of this all-metal, modular bike locker parks one bicycle on a lockable tray.
Product Link:
www.dero.com/product/veloport/

 


 



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