Where to Stow your Bikes, Skis, and Boots in Colorado Springs

Posted on Nov 19 2013 - 7:00am by James Overturf
Where to Stow your Bikes, Skis, and Boots in Colorado Springs

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You’d think that for a city of more than 400,000—second in size only to Denver among Colorado’s cities—Colorado Springs would be chock-a-block with self-storage space.

 

“The Springs” is full of outdoor enthusiasts, sitting as it does at the bottom of Pike’s Peak. Indeed, Outside magazine placed it at the top of its 2009 list of America’s Best Cities. The “quick access to nearly four million acres of Rocky Mountain wilderness and a dozen world-class ski resorts” cited by the magazine beg the question: Where do people store all those skis, mountain bikes, and hiking gear?

 

Self-storage is the perfect place for those kinds of items, but until recently this city had only five Extra Space storage facilities. Our newest one, the sixth, at 2515 Arlington Drive, finally brings the self-storage offerings here up to a level worthy of the environs.

 

Extra Space knows that security can never be too tight for that brand-new pair of K2s or that awesome Specialized S-Works Stumpjumper. That’s why all our facilities have restricted access and various other safeguards. This newest 74,980 square-foot facility is no exception; users can rest assured that all gear stored in its 620 units will be safe, in good condition, and easily accessible whenever the trails or the mountains call.

 

Where to Stow your Bikes, Skis, and Boots in Colorado Springs

About James Overturf

SVP Marketing and Investor Relations
Extra Space Storage

James Overturf oversees all marketing and corporate communication activities for Extra Space Storage. James had ambitions on being an architect but was quickly brought back to reality by a lack of talent and instead decided to study marketing, economics and statistics. He enjoys skiing, fishing, golf and spending time with his wife and three daughters. James was duped into a career in self-storage from the high-tech industry in the late 90’s by current Extra Space Storage CEO Spencer Kirk.

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