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Secure space saving vertical bike locker

Pushbike storage - compact security - storing your bike vertically

Secure a bike in the Asgard vertical bike locker.  Our innovative bike storage allows you to store your bike vertically, which is great for saving on space.

Storing your bike upright is a great way to free up floor space, especially where the amount of space you have is an issue. The locker looks great outside or even stored inside the corner of your garage.


Vertical bike locker


What is the bike locker made from?

Our Vertical bike locker is made from the same strong stuff as all Asgard products, weatherproof steel. This strong and secure material will keep bike thieves out.

How does the vertical bike locker work?

An easy access guide ramp will secure your back bike wheel, while a wheel retaining clamp at the top of the locker will secure the front bike wheel. Hooks inside the unit provide extra storage and the pick resistant lock offers bike security.

Vertical bike locker customer comments

"I love it.  Just the right size for the back of my garage". - KL


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Why choose an Asgard Metal Shed

  • Rust resistant

    Rust resistant

  • All sheds with floors

    Integral metal floor**

  • Interest-free credit

    Interest-free credit***

  • Welded construction

    Welded construction

  • Vented roof

    Vented roof

  • Made in the UK

    Made in the UK

Compare Asgard to the rest

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  • Asgard bike storaeg as seen in Cycling Weekly
  • Road.cc review and rate Asgard bike storage
  • Singletrack reviewed the Asgard bike shed
  • Bike storage from Asgard at Ride Magazine
  • What Mountain Bike review Asgard High Security Bike Storage
  • UK Locksmith Association approve the metal storage range from Asgard
  • Asgard as reviewed by CTC Magazine