The University has 20 'wet and dry' cycle lockers. There are two areas within
the locker to use a standard clothes hanger to store wet clothes on one side and
dry on the other, with another compartment to store cycle equipment. We now have
ten lockers in both male and female changing rooms which are located on level 3,
in the 2001 building accessed by Square 4 entrance next to the Extra Store).
We have male and female showers and changing rooms available. They are located on level 3, in the 2001 building accessed by Square 4 entrance (next to the Extra store).
There is a cycle park adjacent to Rayleigh Tower at the end of the cycle path
between Boundary Road and the North Towers causeway. CCTV and lighting covers
the park and there are places for 272 bicycles.
Cycle fixing station and bike pump
Located at the 2 tier cycle park under podia (below square 5) we have a Fixing Station and a Bicycle Pump available for our cyclists from 14 March 2018 to use to do minor repairs and pump up tyres.
Security - University Cycle Watch
Cycle tagging involves removing the saddle and dropping a 'shuttlecock' type plug
containing a micro chip down the main frame which is difficult, if not
impossible to remove. There is a different shape chip for cycles with
interrupted seat tubes.
The chip transmits a unique number which can be read by using a special
reader which our Security team will use. This reader is also used by secondhand shops to ensure goods
have not been stolen. A sticker is offered as a visual deterrent and warning to
opportunist thieves that this system is in place.
Once registered the bicycle owner can download a certificate of ownership
which stays with the owner of the bicycle. The unique number and bicycle details
are recorded on a national database which only authorised scheme operators (such
as the Police) have access to.
You can enrol on the scheme at the Estate Management Helpdesk. A small registration
fee is payable. For more details about the scheme please contact email@example.com.