Access and Access Plus bike storage - bike storage for 3/4 bikes
Research shows the typical family will possess 3 or 4 bikes plus associated riding gear such as helmets and backpacks. Our customers also tell us the average serious cyclist will have at least 3 bikes (Road, MTB, and Cross) plus helmets and so on. So we designed the Access bike storage range to suit these multi-bike needs. These mid-sized units can hold up to 4 road, mountain, or cross bikes and feature easy access to your bikes thanks to a lift-up lid and ultra-wide opening double doors.
All of our Access-based units (Access and Access Plus for 29ers) feature a heavy-duty integral metal floor for strength and security, giving a ground bolting option, for further peace of mind. The shrouded locking points are made from heavy-duty stainless steel, keeping the optional key alike (level 8 rated) locks safe from view and away from an attack.
Every Asgard, shed is built inside out – The Access models are no exception, with no external fixtures visible to attack our sheds are exceptionally secure and of course, weatherproof.
Keeping bikes dry & secure
Each shed in the range features our unique ventilation system, hidden ventilation holes in the roof eves help to maintain airflow inside the shed, keeping condensation to a minimum – your Asgard bike shed keeps your bikes not just safe but also dry.
All of our Access sheds feature double doors for easy access, and a hand gas stay lift-up lid. Choose the e-bike model and benefit from an electrical mounting plate and grommeted cable port – perfect for adding power to your bike shed, allowing you to charge lights and e-bikes whilst locked up safe and secure*.
All Access bike sheds offer a range of storage accessories such as shelves, hooks, and locking points, please see the individual product pages for more details.
Bike Sheds UK - 100% Made in Britain
You are looking at exceptionally secure bike storage, tough and hardwearing in a small footprint, designed and made in Britain.
*Please note Asgard does not fit electrics.
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