Graffiti and UV Resistant Shell
BikeLid has a tough UV and graffiti resistant polyethylene shell that protects bikes and components from the weather, theft, and vandalism. The shell is further strengthened by a steel frame, which pivots on an axel, lift-assisted by an industrial compression spring.
Secure Double Locking Option
Bikes can be locked to the inner guide or frame, and the lid can be locked over the bike(s) using the cyclist’s own lock(s).
Easy to Install and Configure
BikeLid units are delivered fully assembled and can be installed on any ground surface, from earth to concrete, in around 20 minutes. The unit occupies less than 26 square feet for two bikes. BikeLids can park up to 12 bicycles in one car parking space and can be installed in corner spots that are unusable by cars.
Sustainable and Ecological
Secure, long-term bike parking is the key to meeting sustainability goals and encouraging bicycle commuting. This in turn reduces air pollution, eases traffic congestion and reduces the need for car parking. BikeLids are made without environmentally harmful solvents and with 100% recyclable materials.
Approved by Security and Police
BikeLids meet homeland security requirements for monitoring without opening. The design deters storing non-bike property and discourages habitation.
Color or Wrap Full
Standard BikeLids are available in granite, standard colors: yellow, green, blue, red, black, or to match custom Pantone colors. Logos and graphics can also be added with mold-on graphics, vinyl graphics or a full vinyl wrap.
Interior Gear Hooks
Additional hooks for hanging coats and gear can be added to the interior steel frame. They are offered in aluminum, power coated steel or stainless-steel.
A Window For Validation Ticket
An optional 3-inch by 4-inch validation window, with ticket clip, can be located on the front shoulder of the BikeLid. The window is available for vendors who will charge for secure bike parking on a payer-use basis and request users display a validation ticket.
BikeLid Security Boot
Using the “lock boot”, agencies can prevent “rules of use abusers” or non-paying customers from retrieving their bike until the appropriate fees are paid.