Archive for November, 2012

Bike Den LogoMissoula’s Downtown Bike Den

Open For Use

With the ribbon cutting ceremony on Thursday, Nov 15, 2012 the new Bike Den at the Mountain Line Transfer Station has officially opened. This great new facility provides covered parking for bicycles, a self-service bike repair station with tire inflator and display cases for bike commuter information. Stop by and check out this facility on Pine Street between Ryman and Woody Streets.

  • Missoula Bike Den at the Transfer Station Downtown
  • Missoula Bike Den Overview
  • Missoula Bike Den Overview
  • Den Security and vendingVending machine has snacks plus minor parts including replacement inner tubes.
  • Bike maintenance stand in the DenConvenient stand to hold your bike while you make adjustments
  • Bike maintenance stand in the DenConvenient stand to hold your bike while you make adjustments
  • Tools in the Bike DenBasic bike repair tools tethered to the bike stand.
  • Tools in the Bike DenBasic bike repair tools tethered to the bike stand.
  • Fill up your tires at the DenAir compressor with both Presta and Shrader connections and pressure indicator.
Missoula Bike Den at the Transfer Station Downtown1 Missoula Bike Den Overview2 Missoula Bike Den Overview3 Den Security and vending4 Bike maintenance stand in the Den5 Bike maintenance stand in the Den6 Tools in the Bike Den7 Tools in the Bike Den8 Fill up your tires at the Den9
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With the new 3-bike racks on the Mountain Line buses this Den makes for biking and busing in perfect harmony. These improvements were funded through a Federal Livability Grant obtained by Mountain Line to improve transportation services for Missoula.