Rack it Up! Interest Form
The Rack it Up! Initiative is a program of the Monadnock Alliance for Sustainable Transportation (MAST) that provides free or subsidized bicycle racks to businesses, non-profits, community institutions, and others. Funded by a grant from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the program aims to increase both the number and visibility of bike racks in Troy and Hinsdale in order to promote bicycling. For more information about the program, visit
The program is open to all business owners, nonprofits, commercial property owners, community institutions, etc. whose property is located in Troy and Hinsdale. Bike racks can be located on either private property or public sidewalks, with approval from the appropriate Town officials. Delivery of the bicycle rack(s) will be provided free of charge. MAST can arrange installation services at the expense of the property owner.
For 2016, MAST anticipates providing roughly 100 free bicycle parking spaces. Interested parties must submit a completed interest form for consideration. Priority will be given to businesses/organizations who either:
- Offer (or create as part of the installation) amenities that support bicyclists, such as covered bike parking, participation in Bicycle Benefits (
), or other meaningful incentives for employees/customers/tenants to commute by bicycle; or
- Place the bike rack(s) in a highly visible location that is near services and along existing bicycle routes.
If you are interested in this opportunity, please complete the form below.
Name of Business/Organization
The entity requesting the bicycle rack(s)
Street address of business or property
Address of the property or properties where bike rack(s) will be located
First Name of Contact Person
Please provide the first name of the contact person who will coordinate with our program.
Last Name of Contact Person
Please provide the last name of the contact person who will coordinate with our program.
Please provide the best daytime phone number for the contact person listed above.
Please provide the email address for the contact person listed above.
Do you own the property where you propose installing the bike racks?
Yes, I am the property owner.
No, it is owned by my landlord.
No, it is a public sidewalk or other public property.
2. If you do not own the property, do you have permission to install bike racks on the property?
How many bicycles would you like to accommodate with a bike rack?
Please check all that apply.
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