Monday, July 7, 2008

News: Cyclerax riding high


The Chamber Bulletin features Rotherham company, Cyclerax, suppliers of bike racks to prestigious developments across the UK. The latest development is the Broadgate Tower being built by British Land on Bishopsgate, London. Cyclerax will provide parking space for 440 bicycles for the city's seventh largest building with their Rotherham manufactured "Leeds Cyclerax." The company supplies bike racks to customers including Crest Nicholson and Bellway Homes and have supplied the new Reuters offices in Canary Wharf and The Grove Hotel in Hertfordshire. Glenn Howells Architects also specified the racks for their Rotherham Renaissance project in the town centre. Managing Director Steven Beevers told the Chamber: "We are proud to supply and install innovative, cost-effective, space-saving, cycle parking which benefits the environment as well as architects, developers, builders and cyclists."
Cyclerax website
Chamber Bulletin online


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