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    Pioneering city of Grenoble welcomes first Cyclehoop Bikehangars in France

    The city of Grenoble is taking a pioneering step in to innovative cycle parking provision by welcoming France’s first two Bikehangars on to their streets. Situated in southeastern France and known as the ‘Capital of the Alps’ Grenoble city planners have chosen Cyclehoop as their provider of choice in piloting the Bikehangar solution for their…

    Our largest ever two tier install at Cambridge University

    We are pleased to announce our largest ever install of Two Tier cycle parking in the UK at Cambridge University, the oldest in England and the world’s fourth-oldest surviving University. We will be installing 678 two tiers at the prestigious institution , working closely with Principle contractor Morgan Sindall.  This huge install will help provide effective and…

    Meltdown Festival welcomes cyclists with our Car Bike Ports

    Cyclehoop are delighted to be providing temporary cycle parking for the Meltdown Festival. Since 1993 some of the world most distinguished musicians have been the guest directors of Meltdown. This year is the turn of the Oscar, Golden Globe, Obie and Drama Desk award-winning musician known for his eclectic collaborations,David Byrne. Byrne is known for his activism in support…

    Cyclehoop design Parklet for Team London Bridge

    Following on from our first successful Parklet installed in the UK, Team London Bridge recently organised a design competition for their own Parklet in the London Bridge area in the ‘Fresh Air Square’ competition. They hope to install their ‘Fresh Air Squares’ in September 2015 followed by a further 3-4 locations in spring 2016. Fresh Air Squares will be modular, portable…

    Cyclehoop design and install the first on-street Parklet in the UK

    UK’s first San Francisco-style on street ‘parklet’ has been installed in a redundant road space in Hackney transforming it into a sanctuary for people to sit, hang out and relax. The borough’s parklet has been co-funded by Hackney Council using the Mayor’s Air Quality Fund grant, through Sustrans’ Innovation Fund. The ‘parklet’ is a small urban…

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