Cycling is an alternative with numerous advantages, since it is an ecological means of transport, you avoid traffic jams, you don't have to pay for fuel, it helps reduce stress and improve physical health, and you don't have to worry about parking. Well, at least, in theory. In practice, parking the bike is indeed a concern for many cyclists. Above all, in cities and especially if it is about more expensive models, such as electric ones.
Once at the destination, the big question arises: where to park the bicycle? The main concern is finding a space that seems safe, but even more important than this is how you should park. Since the big problem that must be dealt with is the theft of bicycles. However, there are various methods and precautions to increase security and make it much more difficult for anyone who wants to take the bike.
The first thing is to get used to choosing the safest place to park the bike. This should be a well-lit one, as it is also more likely to be trafficked. In addition, it is recommended to opt for a specific support in which to tie it, although, as will be explained later, it will have to be reviewed beforehand. In the case of not having one available, certain elements of urban furniture may be an alternative, as long as it is not damaged or obstructs the passage. This is not the case with trees, for example, because it is forbidden to use them for this purpose.