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Secure & Rust-Free Bikes In Our Wooden Bike Sheds

When the rain is thundering down outside on a dark evening you will be so glad that your bikes are securely stored in one of our lockable, felt-roofed bike sheds. 

Prevent rust and keep bikes like new in our premium wooden bike sheds.

Bike Sheds FAQ:

What size shed do I need for a bike?

A space about 71" (180 cm) long, 25" (64 cm) wide and 43" (110 cm) high will store one average adult bike comfortably. This gives us a little bit of space at either end of the bike (2.5 cm). And some space at either end of even the widest average handlebars (1.5 cm).

How do I secure my bike in my garden?

In all cases, secure your bike using two different gold-standard cycle locks, one through the frame and front wheel; one through the frame and rear wheel.

What should I lock my bike to in a shed?

Lock it to something secure and immoveable. The solution, particularly for garages and sheds, is to fit a lock anchor. The best option is a heavy-duty floor anchor bolted into concrete, but even a wall anchor screwed into a wooden shed panel or fencepost will provide some extra security.

Will a bike rust in a shed?

In the end, a bike generally will not rust in the shed, as long as you take care of it, and store it correctly! Things like covering it up, and maintaining your bike play big parts in how well your bike will hold up in the shed.

Is it bad to keep your bike outside?

The bottom line: Leaving your bike outside for a day or two won't do major damage. You may see signs of rust after a week of neglect. After one month in bad conditions, your beloved bike parts will start to degrade.

How do you winterize a bicycle?

Make sure the chain is kept freshly lubed. Take the wheels off of the bike, air up the tires, and hang them off the ground if possible. Wipe the whole bike down (except for brake pads, rims, grips, tires, and saddle) with WD-40. This will help keep the bike moisturized and inhibit rust.

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