Material Cast iron
Fixing Root fixed
Dimensions (h x l) Various
 
 
 

For traditional locations and heritage sites, Furnitubes’ range of bollard-based cycle parking stands ensures a cohesive look across a site.

A rail is fitted between adjacent bollards to form a solid and secure locking point for attaching cycles to.

Furnitubes' bollard-based cycle stands are manufactured from cast iron, then galvanised with a primed finish - painted finishes are available on request.

Rails can be manufactured to alternative lengths and an additional rail can be fitted if required.

Materials and finishes

  • Cast iron bollard - primed finish
  • Steel rail - galvanised finish

Installation

  • Root fixed
  • Foundation depth is usually the same as the root depth of the cycle stand
  • Minimum recommended foundation diameter is the root diameter (Ø210mm) plus 200mm
  • Concrete mix to 25 newtons


For traditional locations and heritage sites, Furnitubes’ range of bollard-based cycle parking stands ensures a cohesive look across a site.

A rail is fitted between adjacent bollards to form a solid and secure locking point for attaching cycles to.

Furnitubes' bollard-based cycle stands are manufactured from cast iron, then galvanised with a primed finish - painted finishes are available on request.

Rails can be manufactured to alternative lengths and an additional rail can be fitted if required.

Materials and finishes

  • Cast iron bollard - primed finish
  • Steel rail - galvanised finish

Installation

  • Root fixed
  • Foundation depth is usually the same as the root depth of the cycle stand
  • Minimum recommended foundation diameter is the root diameter (Ø210mm) plus 200mm
  • Concrete mix to 25 newtons


 
 
 
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