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In a traditional bicycle park, there is a wide space between two neighboring slots to make sure that the handlebars of neighboring bicycles do not touch each other.
With the slots turned 30 degrees, less space is needed to park the same amount of bicycles. And there is still space between two neighboring handlebars, so bicycles with curving handlebars can be parked as well.
For college students in China, bicycle is the major way of transportation. But due to the population problem, they don’t have enough slots. This design can help countries which have the same problem.