Manchester MU MKII Cycle Compound

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Single entry, fully enclosed cycle compound which provides secure cycle parking solutions.

This fully enclosed cycle storage solution can be fitted with code or swipe card acess to further enhance the security. Available in a range of colours and the ability to incorporate logos and designs will ensure that this cycle hub will suit any coporate, school or public environment. 


  • Mechanical code lock, swipe card access
  • Integral lighting
  • Custom graphics to panels
  • Installation service available


  • Single entry, fully enclosed
  • Galvanized steel framework to BS EN ISO 1461
  • Powder coated to a Standard RAL or BS Colour
  • Infill Panels: Clear 16mm Structural Multiwall Polycarbonate or Perforated Steel panels powder coated to a standard RAL or BS colour
  • Gates: Swinging gate (1500mm as standard)
  • Gate Cladding: Mesh
  • Locking Mechanism:hasp as standard.
  • Guttering: Integral aluminium guttering and down pipes to discharge at ground level
  • Can contribute towards gaining ENE8 credits when used in the appropriate situation, under the Code for Sustainable Homes.
  • BREEAM and Code for Sustainable Homes Compliant.

Delivery Message

Broxap offer a standard carriage service for all products, this usually takes between 3-28 days as lead times vary on specific products and quantities.

Recent Case Studies

Trafford College, Talbot Road Campus

Trafford College in Manchester required the provision of two secure cycle parking hubs adjacent to the main entrance in what was effectively ‘dead space’...

Cycle Hub - Ashton-under-Lyne - Transport for Greater Manchester

Broxap Ltd was chosen as preferred supplier for the Cycle Hub® facilities and has been engaged in the Design and Build Programme for a number of other locations...

City, University of London – Secure Cycle Parking

The University is constantly working to reduce the environmental impacts of travel generated by its staff and students. As such, it actively supports cycling and walking as part of its Green Travel Plan...