Without a doubt, parking is one of the most widespread and frustrating problems afflicting U.S. colleges and universities. Many campuses ban student parking for freshmen forcing shuttle buses, public transportation, walking, skating and bicycling, etc… for commute. Lopifit bikes offer a great solution to this problem, faster than walking with less physical impact than traditional bikes with an electric assist.
Lopifit bikes not only solve parking shortage issues, but make a campus healthier, as well as improve its sense of community and space. Lopifit is an eco-friendly alternative to cars, while riders are enjoying fresh air in daily commute to class while having fun and enjoying low impact exercise.
Lopifit – the electric walking bike – reach speeds up to 17 miles per hour. The Lopifit bike is powered by Samsung lithium ion chargeable batteries. Lopifit bikes are great for limited parking, healthy living but most people love the Lopifit because they are a blast to ride!
Bike paths are being added in many cities and campuses across the country and Lopifit is the solution to many campuses parking challenges; offering an environmentally friendly, safe, quick alternative without the strain on parking.
At many universities, it’s not uncommon for freshmen and sophomores not to be issued parking permits, restricting permits to upperclassmen only. Some urban colleges have taken this a step further. Columbia and Georgetown Universities, for example, don’t allow any students to park on campus. Only faculty and support staff members are issued parking permits. These can be quite a commute between classes and to and from home daily, the Lopifit is an excellent answer to this dilemma!
Why more parking spaces don’t work? For starters, many universities simply lack the space to add parking facilities. In addition, many in the campus community believe that parking lots can negatively impact how aesthetically pleasing a campus is. The Lopifit encourages healthy living for students and faculty!
Reductions in vehicles circling in lots hunting for parking will mean less negative implications on air quality. Campuses encouraging bikes with safe paths and bike racks will lead to an improvement in the quality of life for all on campus, as well as the improvement of an institution’s image as being greener and more Earth-friendly.