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Ensuring that cyclists tackle their daily commute without threat of vehicles encroaching on their space, the Armadillo is a robust, sturdy cycle lane segregator, also a simple and effective way of preventing vehicles from entering cycle lanes.

Made from 100% recycled PVC, Armadillos are bolted into the ground and evenly spaced out so that cyclists can enter or exit the cycle lanes as needed.

Much quicker and more cost effective to install than other solutions, over 100,000 Armadillos have been successfully installed in 31 major towns and cities across Europe and North America during the past 7 years.

Lead time: Up to 4 weeks.

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  • Available in three heights (5, 9 and 13 cm).
  • High security: flexible, cushions/absorbs on impact.
  • High resistance against impact, due to the three fixing points to the pavement.
  • High visibility both day and night due to its painted strips and their random position on the separator surface.
  • Versatile disposition of the separators: parallel to street axis or oblique
  • Recycled plastic: 100% recycled PVC (from electrical cable sheathing, pipes).
  • Eco-labels: Environmental Quality Assurance Award
  • Design protected by the European Community Design Registration – Reg. No. 000974142-0001
  • Made in the EU.


  • Type 1: 820 mm (L) x 130 mm (H) x 200 mm (W)
  • Type 2: 775 mm (L) x 90 mm (H) x 164 mm (W)
  • Type 3: 748 mm (L) x 50 mm (H) x 120 mm (W)






The city of Zaragoza currently has 15,179 meters of cycle routes. Cycle lane segregation has been carried out on them using Armadillos.

The result to date has been extremely satisfactory for both the government and the cyclists of the city. This is evident with the growing number of people using bicycles as a reliable means of transport within Zaragoza.

Teresa Vicente Lozano, Head of Technical Unit, Cycling Head Office, Zaragoza Council

For the past three years there have been 16 collisions in total on Royal College Street, 12 of them involved cyclists. There have been no collisions since the scheme with the Armadillos went in. Add in the health benefits of a 50% increase in cyclists and its a no brainer. Safe schemes save money for everyone and ones that increase cycling bring multiple benefits to the economy, environment and peoples health.

Brian Deegan, Principal Technical Planner – Cycling, Transport For London


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