Its been quite a busy time for Leda’s NSW installation team having recently successfully completing a number of bike cages across NSW.
A recent upgrade of the Queanbeyan Bus interchange involved Leda designing, manufacturing and installing a galvanised steel bike cage and bike parking.
The facade is clad with modular anti-climb mesh panels and caters for 28 cyclists internally using our Securabike (CBR2GS) dual height racks. Additional casual bike parking is available externally for 8 cyclists in our CBR4B delta bike racks. Securabike dual height racks were selected to best utilise the internal space available inside the cage. Cyclists wishing to use the cage on a regular basis can gain access by obtaining a key from Queanbeyan Council.
Leda contracted with the builder Dale and Hitchcock for the end client Queanbeyan City Council.
This bike cage was built and installed at Ingleburn railway station for the builder “Arenco” (the end client “Transport NSW”) and was tailored to meet the site. It caters for 28 cyclists bikes using our CBR4SCG galvanised bike racks. Transport NSW is planning to install a number of bike cages across the Sydney metropolitan network in the next 2 years.