BikeRadar - Asgard Addition Bike Store review

Bikeradar Addition Bike Storage Review

BikeRadar - Asgard Addition Bike Store review

Posted: April 25, 2008 at 12:00 pm by By Paul Vincent

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Bikeradar Addition Bike Storage Review

Our rating: 4.5 out of 5 star rating

Our review
The best bike storage unit we've seen by a long way

When it comes to bike storage, security is paramount. The Asgard Addition Bike Store holds three to four bikes, and its 1.2mm thick galvanised steel panels – including the floor – are fixed from the inside, so it’s hard to see how a thief could gain access to the contents even by force.

It’s secured to the ground using the supplied rawlbolts, so you’ll need to set aside a level ground area of at least 1990mm by 1100mm.  Patio slabs or concrete act as a firm base, and the ground has to be levelled carefully in order for the double doors to close properly. The lock is tough but easy to use – it’s designed to be drill and pick-proof, and has a floor-to-roof security bolt to keep your bikes safe.

While the Addition is twice the price of a timber shed, the level of security here makes it a clear best buy, because safe storage of even the most cherished bikes can be assured.

Asgard provides a free delivery service, with self assembly taking around three hours, though Asgard will install it for you for £115.

It comes in dark or light green, ivory or dark brown.

Dimensions: H (front) 1339mm, H (back) 1444mm, W 1832mm, D 924mm

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