The Ottawa-based company is making the bike-repair industry safer and more accessible in Canada, with the new bike lock technology it is developing.
In a release this week, the company announced a pilot project in Ottawa.
The company says the bike lock will help cyclists safely and reliably access the bike shop, and it will help reduce injuries and fatalities in the capital.
“The bicycle shop is a safe, secure and secure place for all who use it,” said Dwayne Ouellette, chief executive officer of Bike Locker.
“Bikes can now be safely accessed safely, with a safe lock that can be worn on the bike and not on the rider’s body.”
The company says that it has been testing the lock in Ottawa for the past year.
Ottawa Bike Locks will be available to all cyclists, and will be free to use for three months after the pilot project ends.
The company’s bikes will come with the lock, and they will be sold for $149.99 a month.
It also says that all bikes will have a new lock design, so they are safe to use on roads and in city parks.
This is the second bike lock that the company is developing for Ottawa.
Bike Locker also says it will expand to cities in Nova Scotia and Quebec in 2018.
With files from The Canadian Press