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New desk bikes in the Missouri campus library

August 16, 2019
Posted In: AT Still Library News, AT Still Memorial Library

The Missouri campus library is delighted to announce the arrival of four new bicycle desks, which are located in the window of the ground floor of the library. 

The new Lifespan Unity desk bikes are designed to provide a sturdy, stable surface while you peddle. They can each support up to 400 pounds, with three bikes accommodating heights ranging from 5’ to 6’6”, and one set for heights between 4’6” and 5’8”. Users must be at least 16 years of age.

These desk bikes offer very little resistance and are for movement and wellness, not serious physical activity. Use them to keep yourself active and awake while you study.

We request that you do not attempt to move the desk bikes. If the sun is too bright, feel free to pull the window shade down to block it.

Just as a reminder, A.T. Still University’s Thompson Campus Center is right down the hill from campus, and can provide more traditional, higher-intensity bikes and more to promote fitness.

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