Cycle hangars arrive in Wanstead

Cycle hangars – on-street lockable bike racks which can be rented – have arrived in Wanstead. One has been installed this week in Halstead Road, near to the Duke pub.

The hangars are a common sight in other boroughs and are especially useful in streets where houses do not have side access, allowing cyclists to store their bikes securely. Slots are rented from a private operator, Cyclehoop, and cost £72 per year.

Cyclehoops says that councils pay for the installation of the hangars and decide on location. Some also offer subsidies to reduce the rental figure, though Redbridge does not appear to be doing this. It’s not yet known if more hangars are to come to Wanstead.

3 Replies to “Cycle hangars arrive in Wanstead”

  1. More cycle hangers, more parklets and less cars. Good to see our council catching up with other progressive councils in London. How about pedestrianising parts of Wanstead?

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