Nominating Health Related Criteria

I know anything health related is useful but I would like to clarify something. These tools are free to use and are publicly accessible (on a university campus but you do not need a university ID to access these items).

The nomination in question is health related as these tools are meant to cyclists to fix their bikes (a pump and free to use tools, saving people buying or paying for a service).

Would this come under POI criteria?


  • Faversham71-INGFaversham71-ING Posts: 945 ✭✭✭✭✭

    I think that's a straight rejection.

    Exercise equipment fine - tools for fixing your bike don't really fit the exercise criteria

  • WheelTrekker-INGWheelTrekker-ING Posts: 3,289 ✭✭✭✭✭

    If I see such a nomination claiming that these are health tools I would stop reading and reject it right away as fake nomination.

  • PkmnTrainerJ-INGPkmnTrainerJ-ING Posts: 4,842 Ambassador

    It’s interesting to read the comments you’re getting in other places for this thread.

  • MargariteDVille-INGMargariteDVille-ING Posts: 2,665 ✭✭✭✭✭

    You don't get up and say: I'm going to take my bike to the tool station!

    You'd say: I need to bike this trail, but (boo) I need to stop by the tool station before I can get going. Or, after biking out to see a view, you realize you need to stop at the tool station on your way home.

    The station isn't the exercise, or the destination for the exercise. Same as a bike store doesn't count as exercise. They enable exercise, but are not exercise (like a fitness station) or a goal or destination for exercising (like a trail marker or summit).

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