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    FINSBURY PARK CYCLE PARK GETS A REFRESH

    • SECTOR: TRANSPORT
    • CLIENT: TRANSPORT FOR LONDON
    • YEAR: 2017
    • LOCATION: LONDON

    Cyclehoop are pleased to have completed improvements to Finsbury Park Cycle Park on behalf of Transport for London (TfL) in April 2017.

    At Cyclehoop, we are committed to breaking down the barriers to cycling, ensuring that cycling can be safer, secure and convenient, meaning that finding a safe space to park your bike is our top priority.

    The new improved Finsbury Park Cycle Park is a 24-hour secure cycle parking facility that provides parking for 147 cycles, including non-standard bikes. Members are also able to make use of a bike pump and repair stand so that they can make quick repairs and keep their tyres pumped while on the go!

    Cyclehoop are managing the membership of the Finsbury Park Cycle Park on behalf of Transport for London. Annual membership costs £10 for the first year and £5 per year thereafter.

    We have built a specific website for the management of the Finsbury Park Cycle Park. You can apply online for membership by visiting our website: https://www.cyclehoop.rentals or by calling 0208 699 1338

    Located next to Finsbury Park Railway on Stroud Green Road, the facility provides:

    • Secure covered cycle parking for 147 cycles including 7 spaces for bikes such as trikes, cargo bikes, tandems and recumbents
    • 24-hour access, covered by CCTV
    • Bike pump and repair stand
    • Access card facility

    For more information or to become a member, please visit: https://www.cyclehoop.rentals

    We’ve increased the number of parking spaces from 125 to 147 cycles including trikes, cargo bikes, tandems and recumbents, while also finding space for a repair station with a pump and a variety of tools. These facilities are now some of the best in London and will allow people to commute in the knowledge that their bike is safely looked after.

    Lilli Matson, Head of Strategy and Outcome Planning in Surface Transport at TfL