Keeping bike in the house
Morning all, as title, how many of us keep our bikes in the house and of those, how many of us are social housing tenants?
Any positive/negative reactions from landlords?
Happy to remove fuel tank, store in shed and drain carb after use to eliminate smells/fire risk (in fact this would make it easier to work on).
We all know how rare and valuable DTRs are becoming so doing this would give peace of mind and also reduce dampness/corrosion problems.
Thanks for your responses guys!
Calum last edited by
@hotshot-iii My current bike is in the house, but I own my place. And it's because I have ran out of garage space!