Bike Shelters provide a means for covering or protecting bikes in outdoor areas. Installing a bike shelter helps to prevent weather from affecting bikes while being stored. Most bike shelters come flat-packed for easy self install on site.
Benefits of bike shelters
Installing a bike shelter?
Bike shelters are easy to install - all of our shelters will come flat-packed for easy self install on site. When installing we recommend the shelter is placed onto pre-existing concrete pads for best results.
Once the concrete pads have been prepared the bike shelter can be bolted into place. It is recommended to wait 2-3 days after the concrete pads have dried to install. This provides structure for the shelter over time.
If you have a larger area a shelter with open sides may be more beneficial. The open sides or rear will allow bikes to be accessed from all angles, ideal for busy environments.
What is the best bike shelter?
The Brooklyn Bike Shelter is the most popular shelter. This shelter has a fully hot-dip galvanised design for excellent protection against rusting. The polycarbonate roof provides excellent protection to bikes. The open design also allows access to bikes from all sides.
Use the Brooklyn Bike Shelter in public or private spaces. The overhead roof helps to reduce weather from affecting bike owners while using the shelter. Choose from standard 4 metre or 8 metre cycle shelters.
The Moonshape Bike Shelter gives you a more stylish option. The steel frame is aluminium crossbar, making it ideal for outdoors. Each Moonshape shelter is also equipped with a rain gutter. This reduces rain dripping down onto bike users while collecting their bike.