Bike Lock 

Arcata's cheap bicycle library seeks to rise from the ashes

What remains of the former Arcata Library Bikes is not shiny and new. A pile of rusty cogs, broken spokes and flattened rubber wheels attached to partially disassembled metal bikes sits in front of a painted yellow garden shed off of Alliance…

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