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Two-tier Cycle Shelters

Twotier cycle shelters are enclosed structures that provide space for cyclists to park and store their bicycles. They are typically located near public transportation hubs and other places where people need to access their bicycles quickly and easily. The two tiers provide cyclists with more space and protection, as the upper level shelters bikes from the elements. Some twotier cycle shelters also feature locking systems to ensure the safety of stored bikes.


  •   Increased Bicycle Security: A twotier cycle shelter provides an effective way to secure bicycles, making them less likely to be stolen. This can provide peace of mind for cyclists in busy public areas.
  • Weather Protection: A twotier cycle shelter offers cyclists protection from the elements, such as rain and snow. This can encourage more people to use their bicycles as a form of transportation.  
  • Increased Bicycle Parking Capacity: By doubling the capacity of bicycle parking, twotier cycle shelters can make it easier for cyclists to find a space, reducing the risk of double parking.
  • Improved Aesthetics: A twotier cycle shelter can be designed to blend in with its surroundings, making it a more attractive feature in any public space.