Broxtowe Sails to the Cycling Age!

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Broxtowe Borough Council have sailed to the cycling age with their latest addition of the FalcoSail cycle shelter, located outside the Citizens Advice Bureau in Nottingham.

Due to the increasing amounts of people finding alternative modes of transport, Broxtowe Borough Council contacted Falco as the need to provide a secure cycle storage shelter became apparent. The stylish FalcoSail was identified by the client as the product to meet Broxtowe’s requirements. Additionally they requested a RAL powder coating in white to maintain an aesthetically attractive look!

The FalcoSail cycle shelter is a great design alternative to the FalcoLite or FalcoQuarter cycle shelter. The FalcoSail is a design led product and from any angle the likeness of a sail ship is unmistakable, making the shelter a very attractive addition to any external environment for use as a cycle shelter.

The FalcoSail can accommodate up to 8 bikes, however like all Falco cycle shelters, the FalcoSail is modular in design enabling a shelter to be built up to house any number of cycles in various combinations.

The great flexibility of the FalcoSail enables it to be used for multiple purposes, from a cycle shelter to a waiting or smoking shelter, or even as a pushchair shelter.

Clad in robust polycarbonate the steelwork is hot dip galvanised to BS EN 1461 and can be powder coated in any of the 192 RAL colours to maintain a maximum life span.

For more information about the FalcoSail cycle shelter or Falco’s complete range of cycle shelters and street furniture please contact our sales team on (01538) 380080.

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