Product name Morden
Product code MOR750
Material Mild steel
Fixing Root fixed
Dimensions (h x l) 750mm x 1000mm
 
 
 

The Morden steel cycle stand is also known as the M-type cycle stand due to its resemblance to the letter 'M'. The Morden Cycle Stand provides the user with a number of secure locking points for their bicycle, and is a popular choice for routes throughout London. The Morden cycle stand features contrasting visibility bands on both uprights and is available with a tapper rail, generaly required on individually paced items, or on the start/end of multi-stand groups.

MATERIALS & FINISHES:

  • Stainless steel - G304 or G316 bright polished
  • Stainless steel - G304 or G316 satin polished
  • Steel - galvanised finish
  • Steel - polyamide finish in black
  • Steel - plastic coated finish in choice of colours 

OPTIONS:

  • With reflective tape

Refer to e-brochure or PDF for full specification details.


The Morden steel cycle stand is also known as the M-type cycle stand due to its resemblance to the letter 'M'. The Morden Cycle Stand provides the user with a number of secure locking points for their bicycle, and is a popular choice for routes throughout London. The Morden cycle stand features contrasting visibility bands on both uprights and is available with a tapper rail, generaly required on individually paced items, or on the start/end of multi-stand groups.

MATERIALS & FINISHES:

  • Stainless steel - G304 or G316 bright polished
  • Stainless steel - G304 or G316 satin polished
  • Steel - galvanised finish
  • Steel - polyamide finish in black
  • Steel - plastic coated finish in choice of colours 

OPTIONS:

  • With reflective tape

Refer to e-brochure or PDF for full specification details.


 
 
 
Downloads
  • Cycle Parking Brochure
    Cycle Parking Brochure
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