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Asgard Storage is well known in the cycling communities for making metal bike sheds that provide high-security solutions, which protect bikes from thieves, the weather and condensation damage. That's why a few of Great Britain’s very own cycling team have opted to use Asgard bike lockers, when it comes to storing their livelihoods away somewhere safe.

Laura Kenny, Jason Kenny, Helen Scott, Victoria Barnes and long-time friend of Asgard Elinor Barker have all called upon Asgard for advice on which the ideal storage solution for their bikes would be. And when the stars come calling, Asgard are only too happy to help them out.

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Helen Scott

Jason & Laura Kenny

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Laura charmed the British public at the London Olympic Games in 2012, where at the age of just 20, she won gold medals in the team pursuit and the multi-discipline omnium event.

As a key part of the Great Britain team that won 12 medals - eight of them gold - across the cycling events, Kenny became one of the nation’s most beloved athletes. Laura went on to further success four years later in the Brazilian Olympics, taking her personal total of Olympic gold medals to four, as she successfully defended both titles.

Jason kenny has won six Olympic gold medals. He has only been matched by his fellow cyclist Sir Chris Hoy. Jason Kenny enjoyed an astonishing campaign at Rio 2016 in which he won three titles, in the team sprint, sprint and keirin.

Olympic gold medallist at the age of 20 in 2008, Jason Kenny was one of the figureheads of the highly successful Great Britain Cycling Team at their home Olympics in London four years later, taking his career haul to three golds medals in the sprint and team sprint.

Elinor Barker

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A chance sighting of the Maindy Flyers Cycling Club, while on her way to a swimming class in her hometown of Cardiff, led the then 10-year-old Elinor Barker turning her back on the pool in favour of the velodrome. This set her on the way to becoming a world and Olympic champion.

Elinor Barker first came to Asgard in 2014 just after her appearance at the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow. She approached Asgard’s much loved Andrew Heath, because she needed space to store her bicycles at her Manchester home, where she had moved to be closer to the velodrome where she trains to this day.

Barker has now had two Asgard sheds. She previously used one of Asgard’s larger sheds – the Police Approved Bike Storage x 6, which sat on her driveway and protected up to 6 bikes that Elinor and her housemates kept there. When Elinor moved to her own house, the area for the shed was a tighter fit, so a new solution was required. Speaking to Elinor about the dimensions of her new yard space, the Asgard team found the perfect high-security solution. The Bike Shed for 29ers was the chosen storage solution and is providing Elinor with highly secure storage for her bikes to this day.

Victoria Barnes

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At 15 years old, Victoria made the switch from athletics to cycling, after one of her athletics coaches advocated that her attributes were better suited to the sport.

Producing good results on power tests, Victoria was put on the Girls4Gold scheme, which is a female only search for talent, which aimed to find female athletes with Olympic potential. From there, Victoria was accepted onto British Cycling’s Olympic Development Programme, advancing onto the Academy Programme in 2011.

A good friend of Helen Scott, Victoria first discovered how secure Asgard sheds were, when she saw Scottie putting her bikes into the shed under lock and key. Because cycling is Victoria’s chosen career path, keeping her bikes safe, under lock and key is of paramount importance.

Victoria suffered a potentially career ending accident on the track in 2016, but is now in training for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.

Helen Scott

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Inspired by Sir Chris Hoy’s Gold medal winning exploits at the 2004 Olympics, Helen Joined the Great Britain Cycling Team in 2010, as a pilot to Aileen McGlynn. She enjoyed immediate success, winning a silver and bronze medal, alongside McGlynn at her first Paralympic Games at London 2012. Helen was then paired up with Sophie Thornhill. The Scott/ Thornhill partnership has been a fruitful one, with the pair winning Paralympic gold, two world titles and two Commonwealth titles

Helen approached Asgard when she moved into her new home, near to the Manchester Velodrome, where many of the team GB cyclists train daily. Having seen how her Olympic colleague, Elinor Barker securely stored her bikes in hers, Scott came to us for advice on what the right shed for the dimensions of her garden would be.

The shed of choice for Helen was a Police Approved – Bike Storage x 3 shed. This is one of Asgard’s most popular sheds amongst cyclists, and can fit neatly into yards, gardens, and driveways without being too obtrusive.

Why choose an Asgard Metal Shed

  • Rust resistant

    Rust resistant

  • All sheds with floors

    All sheds with floors

  • Welded construction

    Welded construction

  • Vented roof

    Vented roof

  • Made in the UK

    Made in the UK

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