Designed for areas where space is a premium, the “Hi-Rise” two tier bike rack offers the ideal cycle storage solution for railway stations, residential, colleges & universities and other transport interchanges.
Broxap’s Hi-Rise System is the only two tier system on the market to offer “Sheffield-style” racks/stands in the lower tier, offering cyclists familiarity, two-locking points and easy-reach access. The Sheffield racks on the lower tier can be easily swept clean whereas the traditional trough system can provide a haven for debris and litter.
Can be used in conjunction with the Broxap Apollo cycle shelter or Wardale Hi-Rise cycle shelter for a complete cycle storage solution.
The Broxap Hi-Rise two tier cycle rack can be used to assist in the compliance of BREEAM standard and help to achieve a high BREEAM rating. This two tier bike rack can also be used to contribute towards ENE8 Cycle Storage Credits, if applicable, under the Code for Sustainable Homes criteria.
Why the Hi-Rise is right for you...
- Featuring the nationally recognised “Sheffield-style” racks/stands in the lower tier, offering cyclists familiarity, two-locking points and easy-reach access, something not provided by other two-tier systems (which rely on troughs in the lower level)
- Sheffield racks can be easily swept clean whereas the traditional trough system can provide a haven for debris and litter
- Staggered upper level troughs allow for varying cycle hand bars to avoid clashing and enable easy operation
- Features a safety catch which secures the upper trough in position once loaded
- Hi-visibility handles featuring operative instructions
- Will hold/lock literally any bicycle design
“After looking at several two-tier cycle parking solutions, we decided to install Broxap's high-rise system.. the system was straightforward and was also adaptable to our requirements. After consulting with cycle user groups we wanted to have standard 'Sheffield' stands in the lower tier which makes access for using D-locks much easier. We decided on the non-lift-assisted version, which although is entirely manual, remains very easy for all types of users to load cycles onto the upper tier.”
Amanda Pickard - Centro (Cycling and Walking Officer)