Winchester Rack

Overview

The Winchester rack is a stylish and elegant rack that has been specifically designed to complement gothic architecture in Cathedral cities.
It can be delivered in a variety of finishes and mounting options and holds the bike well.

Features & Benefits

  • Elegant and stylish rack
  • Parks 2 bicycles, one on each side
  • Available in a number of finishes and mounting options
  • Provides a number of locking points

Why this product is so good

The inspiration for this rack came from commuting in the home town of Cycle-Works – the cathedral city of Winchester.
The rack mirrors gothic arches and windows and is therefore the ideal solution for sites where the natural beauty of the surroundings is to be complemented.

In addition to its good looks, the rack also holds the bike well. The top of the rack is between the saddle and front stem which keeps the bike stable. Mountain bikes and smaller children’s bikes in particular benefit from the additional locking points.
The user is encouraged to lock the bicycle frame and front wheel to the rack.

This cycle rack can be used to help demonstrate compliance with BREEAM and achieve a high BREEAM rating.*
This cycle rack can be used to help contribute towards gaining your 2 ENE8 Cycle Storage Credits when used in an appropriate situation, under the Code for Sustainable Homes.

*Cycle-works and its products and services are not affiliated, endorsed or certified by BRE Global or its affiliates. All rights are reserved.

 

Layout & Space Requirements

Racks should be spaced so that users can access their bikes easily, which is usually between 800mm and 1000mm apart.

Capacity

Each rack parks two bicycles - one on each side.

Dimensions
  • 600mm wide
  • 950mm high
  • Tubing outside diameter 48mm
Mounting/Installation

Racks can be embedded into concrete to a depth of 300mm.
Surface mounted racks are bolted to good quality concrete with 100mm x m10 or m12 bolts, with 4 bolts to each leg.
Toast racks are supplied welded to rails in multiples of 2 or 3 hoops and are bolted to the ground through the rails with 110mm x m12 bolts. Rows can be as long as required.

Materials, Locking Mechanisms & Accessories
Material Options

Galvanised and powder coated finish
An excellent long-lasting finish that is less damaging to the bike's paintwork. Powder coating is available in most RAL colours.

Galvanised mild steel
'Industrial' looking, but effective protection for 10-15 years.

304 Stainless steel
A non-rusting material that suits modern surroundings. 'Marine Grade' 316 stainless steel is also available.

Locking Mechanisms & Options

The security bar allows the cyclist to lock the bike frame and wheels with their own chain or D-lock.

Issues & FAQ
Issues to consider

Security

This rack provides many locking points for a bike.
However, the racks are only as good as the user’s lock. The bikes are visible to potential thieves and vandals, and they are open to the elements (unless under a shelter). Accessories, wheels and saddles can be stolen from them.

Please see our product range for more long-term secure bicycle parking.

Damage to bikes

Like all similar racks, the bike just rests against the rack and the opposite bike. We recommend powder coating as this offers some protection for the bike’s paintwork.

Frequently Asked Questions

Do you sell to private households?

Yes, we are happy to sell to the public in small quantities. We have to add VAT to our prices.

Customers & Sites

We have done many sites with these products, including some of the following categories:

Councils
Hospitals & Healthcare
Schools, Colleges, Universities
Architects & Construction Companies

Foster and Partners offices, Battersea, London.
We also supply plans and give assistance to architects and planners on request.

We have worked directly for most of the major construction companies, or as a subcontractor. We have worked directly for:

  • Bovis Lend Lease
  • Laing Homes
  • Jones Lang Lasalle
  • Laing O'Rourke
  • Mansell
  • Harry Neal
  • Blenheim House Construction
  • Mace
  • Menzies
  • Hadham Engineering
  • CMF
  • Brookfield
  • ISG
  • Sir Robert McAlpine
  • Carillion
  • Barratt
  • Galliford Try
Transport Operators - Train/Bus /Air
Major Employers
Bike Stations

Residential
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Price Requirements

Please contact us for our current price list.

Normal payments for councils, authorities or recognised institutions is by invoice on installation, on 30 day terms.

Delivery
The current lead time is 3-5 weeks.

Terms & Conditions
Orders are subject to our normal terms and conditions.