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FalcoLite Double-Sided Cycle shelter for Little Sutton Primary School

Home Case Studies FalcoLite Double-Sided Cycle shelter for Little Sutton Primary School

Looks like there was a snowball fight near to this double sided FalcoLite cycle shelter which was installed in Little Sutton School, Sutton Coldfield this December! This high capacity, low cost cycle shelter was chosen by the pupils of Little Sutton School and they also had the steel work powder coated to the colour of their choice.

Cycle parking
Because of the growing interest in children cycling to school, the need for somewhere to park their bikes was increasing. The pupils chose the FalcoLite shelter because of its attractive style and because they were able to choose the colour of their choice to have the cycle shelter powder coated in.

Available colours
Would you like to know which colours are available for the FalcoLite cycle shelter? Click to the product page of the FalcoLite cycle shelter and click the button Colours. Here you will find the RAL colour chart in digital form and it will helpes you to choose the colour you like for your cycle shelter.
If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to call our sales team at 01538 380080.

Cycle shelter with style
The FalcoLite cycle shelter is a stylish, classic shelter with a natural curve and angled front supports which combines strength with great design lines. The FalcoLite double sided version of the cycle shelter brings two FalcoLite shelters back to back in an attractive ‘Gull wing’ effect. Where access is at a premium, this design creates an ‘island’ effect enabling cycles to be parked double sided with either double sided racks or single units placed back to back.

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