Cycle storage in Cambridge
Posted on 16/03/2017
When Jesus College at the University of Cambridge got in touch with A&S Landscape to install some cycle storage we knew it was because we have some of the most robust cycle storage on the market.
Project – Cyclo ‘City’ adds robust cycle storage at Jesus College, University of Cambridge
Product – Cyclo City
Requirement – The benefits of cycling to work or school have been well reported. Just a little additional exercise on a regular basis can boost mood, increase concentration and generally put you in a better state to work, play and learn.
So the opportunity to cycle to college is a valuable one, encouraging students to make exercise part of their daily routine and ensuring they start the day in the most alert state of mind possible.
However, to grant them this opportunity requires a high quality of cycle storage, the kind that means you can have confidence that the bikes stored are as safe as they could be.
So when Jesus College at the University of Cambridge got in touch with A&S Landscape to install some cycle storage we knew it was because we have some of the most robust cycle storage on the market.
Solution – Jesus College chose a Cyclo ‘City’ bicycle rack to a size of 5500mm x 2000mm, finished in a deep, grey steelwork (RAL 7013) and with plenty of space for storage. Opal roofing gives it a smart look and ensures that bikes will stay out of direct sunlight.
Result – As ever, the result is not just the product we installed but the opportunity it gives to students at Jesus College, University of Cambridge.
Students can now ride their bikes to college, safe in the knowledge that it would take a small earthquake to cause the Cyclo ‘City’ any issues.
Find Out More – Our Cyclo ‘City’ range has always been popular because it is the antidote to the huge number of flimsy cycle stores coming onto the market. We offer a robust 120mm x 80mm steel frame that will keep your bicycles safe for a very long time.
To find out more just take a look at our Cyclo ‘City’ range here and if you have any questions, get in touch.