The Sheffield Style Toast stand has the same dimensions & specification as the individual Sheffield bike stands but are supplied in modules for easy joining together on site to create a toast-stand effect as you can see in the picture, with a steel section base.The Sheffield Style Toast stand stands are positioned 800mm apart and are simply bolted to the floor. This means the Sheffield Style Toast stand is incredibly simple to install and has an attractive appearance.
The Sheffield Style Toast stand can accommodate up to 10 bicycles at one time, using the 5 Sheffield bike stands supplied. Each bike stand unit is hot dip galvanized which ensures it will have an incredibly long service life and represents great value for money, while providing excellent protection against rusting and corrosion.
This bike stand can be installed quickly and easily directly into the ground using the pre-drillled holes provided in the main frame. This makes it ideal for placingIt is also ideal for placing in places such as schools and colleges. Each individual sheffield can accomdate 2 bikes at a time by allowing a bike to be locked into place on either side. This provides the customer with a bike stand with great storage capabilities of up to 10 bikes at a time.
The base of the stand is 50mm sided which makes it extremely sturdy. The stand is 800mm high and there is a gap of 750mm between each stand, ensuring there is enough room for bike users to lock their bike in place when they need to. Bike users require their own lock to use when locking their bike in place. This acts as an excellent deterrent to bike theft wherever it may be used, providing excellent security by allowing bikes to be locked by their frame as well as by the wheel.
The 50mm wide frames provide an excellent base for this product, ensuring that they are very sturdy and very stable once they are installed correctly into the ground. The Sheffield Style Toast Bike Stand can provide excellent bike storage solutions for schools and colleges and other similar places. Order today from Pittman Traffic and Safety Equipment.