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It was indeed storage for Chain Reaction before Shaw Eco Village folded. If memory serves correct, the salvagable stuff was picked up by Phoenix Bikes and/or Bikes for the World. The rest should have been at least recycled properly.

There is also Velocipede Bike Project in Baltimore.


far as I know, neither phoenix nor BftW has touched it - but looks like what's left now probably isn't worth refurbishing.
maybe better than a mass donation, a mass art project, or something like that big bike arch in Toronto.
Or just leave it for urban explorers to discover every year or so. almost as fun.

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