Watching people on the train, you'd think that organizing bicycles was something along the lines of rocket science. Apparently, "group all bicycles going to X" is a difficult concept for some people to grasp, and it's made even harder by the staggering number of bikes that lack Caltrain bike tags.
|A standard tag looks like this - simple and effective. Image from here.|
Expert Mode: This guy decided to go all out and make not only a tag but a top tube protector as well. It's big, it's visible, and it keeps his bike safe from the insanity of Caltrain. Definitely the coolest type of tag I've seen.
|Super clever! Image from here!|
|Image from here!|
|I have mine on either side of my top tube.|
|I don't think I know that transfer point. Image from here.|