Public Bike Parking Solutions for Cities

Cities with Safe Cycling Infrastructure and Secure Bike Parking Solutions at End-of-Trip Facilities Boost Bicycle Ridership.

Cities and urban centers implementing long-term bicycle master plans and adding bicycling infrastructure with secure public bicycle racks, bike lockers, and other bike parking solutions are experiencing an invigorating resurgence, reaping benefits from cleaner air and less traffic congestion to local economic boosts and healthier lifestyles. Meeting demands for public bike storage at of end-of-trip facilities is key to successful plan implementation with ample, safe, and secure bike parking. CycleSafe bike security solutions for cities offer a wide range of public bike parking options including bike racks, bike lockers, bike shelters, bike corrals, and more. We work with urban planners, city planners and engineers, transportation planners, community development groups and their engineering and design firms to integrate attractive, cost-efficient public bike parking solutions for cities.

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Outdoor, Class II short-term parking bike rack

Public Bike Racks for Cities

CycleSafe public bicycle racks provide bike parking security, stability, and safety with Class II short-term bike parking solutions for cities. We offer a wide range of cost-efficient, attractive bike rack styles to complement city and urban destinations and public spaces. We select product materials for long lasting durability and sustainability, including leading-edge coating technology for maximum corrosion and impact resistance, designed for decades of use. We design our bike racks to compliment communities, with a variety of solutions such as custom color finishes and custom design services for city logos and artwork to enhance a location or provide way-finding signage.

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Secure, Class I long-term parking bike locker

Public Bike Lockers for Cities

Our durable, virtually indestructible bike lockers are compression molded with non-corrosive, rust free, impact resistant, structural-grade composite materials and finished with graffiti/UV resistant polyurethane enamel paint. Our patented design is impenetrable to pry bars and keeps out rain, wind, snow, and fire. Bike lockers for public spaces can be installed along city bike paths, bus and train stations, inside car parking structures, and near parks, urban centers, neighborhood business districts and community destinations. CycleSafe bicycle lockers provide the highest security bike parking solutions for cities with Class I, long-term bike parking with protection from theft, vandalism, and weather—and they offer the proven, lowest cost of ownership over long-term use.

I have seen the lockers at City Hall with protestors jumping up and down on them. A good testament to their strength. (These are original CycleSafe installations from over 30 years ago.)

Ken Rapp, Landscape Architect, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor

After a lengthy review process, CycleSafe was selected because it produces the only bicycle locker that offers the security and durability we require in unsupervised areas. In addition, CycleSafe’s locker construction is the one that requires minimal, if any, maintenance and will withstand our Minnesota weather for years. Other product lines offer some of their features as add-on options, however, the add-on price became more costly than the CycleSafe standard.

Robert Olson, Public Facilities Project Coordinator Metropolitan Council Transit Operations Minneapolis, Minnesota

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Class II, short-term parking bike shelter for covered protection

Public Bicycle Shelters for Cities

Bike shelters combine with our bike racks for cities to meet Class II public bicycle parking for four to ten bikes per unit with covered protection. Contoured, compression-molded tops facilitate runoff and heavy-gauge steel tubing support frames protective polyester powder coat finishes. Our bike shelters have many side panel options, including wire, mesh, or Plexiglas for additional protection from the elements. These side panels offer promotional display and options for city, business district, and neighborhood associations logos, signage, or graphics. Custom colors are available to match city wayfinding and architectural features.

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Public Bike Corrals

Cities can support and promote local business districts with bike accessibility and enhanced streetscapes using CycleSafe bike corrals. Transform standard parking lanes or sidewalk areas into bike parking for 4-8 bikes per five-foot section. Bike corrals can also allow bikes to be parked at 45-degree angles, enlarging pathways between pedestrian or traffic lanes. Our bike corrals include bike racks and bike stall options with in-ground, surface, and rail mount installations.

Bike Repair Stands & Bicycle Pumps

CycleSafe public bicycle pumps and bike repair stands and self-service amenities are welcome complements to city bike paths, bike routes, and public destination spaces, giving cyclists a complete work stand and air inflation facility. Aircraft cable permanently tethers eight common bicycle tools to the bike stand for convenient on-site repairs and adjustments. They’re easy-to-use, affordable, and outdoor-rated, with durable, rugged construction to withstand the elements and resist misuse and vandalism.

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Public Bicycle Parking Installations for Cities

These cities and urban regional communities are among those who have chosen quality CycleSafe bike racks, lockers, and other public bike parking solutions to help complete their bike parking master plans.

  • City of Phoenix
  • City of Indianapolis – Bikeport LLC
  • Mid-America Regional Council
  • Missoula In Motion
  • City of Toronto
  • Cincinnati Police Department
  • City of Upland
  • Dakota County
  • City of Grand Rapids
  • CID Corry Station
  • OKI Regional Council of Governments
  • Regional Municipality of Waterloo
  • City of Blue Springs
  • City of Amsterdam
  • City of San Francisco