As quickly as the need for cycle parking facilities increases, it seems sites’ available space shrinks! Broxap have introduced high density cycle parking solutions “Easi-Riser” and the “45° Neath Cycle Rack” which may be the answer.
The Easi-Riser Two-Tier Cycle Parking System
“Easi-Riser” is a two-tier cycle parking system, meaning it will be able to fit beneath many standard canopies and even suit basement stores.
The Easi-Riser system makes light work of cycle parking with a gas strut mechanism assisting the operation of the upper troughs.
The lower overall height of this system also means it is compatible with many basement environments, even when low ceilings present obstructions.
Furthermore, the Broxap system includes the installation of standard Sheffield racks for the lower tier, rather than another set of troughs.
Lower tier Sheffield racks also make the system far easier to keep tidy and free of litter, a quick sweep is all that’s needed as opposed to extricating ground-level debris from a trough.
All these savings mean the area and budget required for providing cycle parking are much smaller than other options, with fantastic rates available cross various capacities.
45° Neath Cycle Rack
Another competitively priced option for space-saving cycle parking is the Neath Cycle Rack. This semi-vertical rack allows users to suspend their cycles at approximately a 45° angle.
Troughs are arranged in a linear fashion at alternating heights along a sturdy, base plate-fixed frame. These frames suit various capacities, with anything from 1-15 cycles available as standard.
Further customisation is also available for a choice between standard spacing and a broader configuration to accommodate for panniers.
The troughs of the Neath Cycle Rack have various locking points with hoops for additional security.
This means businesses, transport interchanges and residential sites can promote sustainable travel even further by providing a secure, viable option for cyclists, all the while using less space.
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