I live in downtown Seattle, and my apartment does not have parking, so my riding buddy (who lives in the same apartment building as I do) and I rent a parking space in another apartment building about 4 miles away. I will take a pic when I take the bus to get my bike in the morning :lol:
Garaged all year. Luckily, I have a 2-car garage and only 1 car, so the Jeep gets parked on one side and all the toys are parked on the other. It's parked behind my snowblower in the winter, in front of it in the summer.
Several years ago I built a 16X16 metal building for a workshop and a place to parky thee John Deere riding have a 44" door. I now park the Honda in it. No room for a shop and most of the time the mower is under a she roof behind the building... It is heated in the winter and dry as a bone. I wish I had built one twice as big now.
I am retired and live in a RV Park one block from the white sand beach in Miramar Beach (Destin), FL. Its a hard life :lol: - heated swimming pool right outside my door, all groundskeeping done by professionals, etc. What the heck - I served the corporate world for 40 years - I earned it, right? Anyway, my home is what is called an RV Park Model (with FL room addition). It is like a small mobile home, but qualifies as an RV. (If you want to know more about what a Park Model is go to http://www.sunlakelivingsystems.com ) Each property owner is allowed one 10' x 10' storage building. That's where I store my Valk. Now for the pictures:
This is the "bike path" leading up to my building:
Doors opened exposing the Valk:
Valk sitting on the "turnaround" I built. I ride the bike onto the turnaround, pull the pin, rotate the turnaround 180 degrees, insert the pin, and I am ready to ride out again:
The turnaround is built of 3/4" plywood and 2" x 12" pine lumber supported by 6 steel casters. It rotates around a center pin made of a pipe flange with a short piece of pipe in it. It works very well.
I live on a floating home. It's about 100 yards down the ramp, and up the to shore. We have two cars but only one is in a rented carport. It's a strip carport for about 15 cars. My wife keeps her car to the left side of our slot and my friendly neighbor keeps his car to the right side of his stall. the shadow stays in between.
I'm renting out a garage from my friends and keping it in there. It's a two car garage but they don't want to bother getting their cars in and out of it when they need them, so they all park in the driveway and I've got plenty of room to work on my bike or on cars.