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Bicycle stands

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With DENIOS bicycle racks, scooter stands and leaning brackets, you can provide your customers, employees and guests with secure parking facilities for their bicycles. Whether wall parkers, row parkers or leaning brackets with charging stations for e-bikes, with bicycle parking systems you provide a reason to cycle and create a space-saving and ecological infrastructure.

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Bicycle stands from DENIOS

Operational advantages

The use of bicycle stands or parking facilities for scooters in your company offers a variety of benefits for employees, your customers and for the company itself:

  • Safety: The use of bicycle and scooter racks prevents accidents caused by bicycles and scooters lying around. The secure and centralised storage of bicycles and scooters can also prevent cases of theft or vandalism.

  • Satisfaction: Your employees who come to work by bike or scooter will definitely appreciate having secure storage facilities for bikes. This strengthens loyalty to the brand and creates effective employee retention.

  • Health: By providing bike racks, you actively encourage your employees to lead a healthier lifestyle.

  • Space-saving: By using bike racks in the company, they can be set up in one central location to save space.

  • Environmentally friendly: Any company that takes care of the health concerns of its employees and promotes an environmentally friendly working environment not only improves its image and position as an employer, but should also be taken seriously in its efforts to protect the environment.

  • Savings: Employees who cycle or scooter to work save on petrol and public transport costs. You as a company can also effectively save costs by reducing the number of car parks or promoting environmentally friendly means of transport

Overall, fixed bike stands offer an efficient and cost-effective way to promote the health, safety and satisfaction of your employees. They also show that your company is not afraid to take responsibility for environmental issues.

What types of bicycle stands are there?

We offer a variety of bike and scooter stands to meet the needs of different applications. Here are some types of bike and scooter racks available from DENIOS:

  • Hot-dip galvanised steel bike stands: These stands are made of robust steel and offer high stability and anti-theft protection for bicycles and scooters. Ideal for outdoor applications.

  • Wall-mounted bike racks: These racks can be mounted on the wall and are particularly suitable for applications with limited space or in closed rooms.

  • Bike stands for e-bikes: These racks are specially designed for securing and organising e-bikes and also offer secure charging functions for e-bikes.

  • Bicycle stands for public areas: Ideal for use in public areas such as parks, schools and universities, these stands provide a robust and secure way to lock up and store bikes.

  • Lean-to bike brackets: Lean-to bike brackets are slim alternatives to conventional bike racks, as they take up significantly less space per bike. However, this comes at the expense of tidiness, as the bikes do not have to be parked in a fixed pattern around the bracket.

Care and maintenance of bicycle stands

The care and maintenance of bicycle stands is important to ensure that they are always fully functional and safe. It also extends the service life of your equipment. Here are some tips for the care and maintenance of bike and scooter racks:

  • Regular cleaning: The systems should be cleaned regularly to remove dirt deposits and grease. Simple cleaning with a damp cloth and mild detergent should be sufficient.

  • Check for damage: It is important to regularly check bicycle stands for damage, such as cracks or chipping, which can affect the stability and safety of the stand.

  • Lubrication of moving parts: If the bike stands have moving parts, these should be lubricated regularly to ensure smooth operation.

  • Inspecting the anchoring: If the bicycle rack is installed in the ground, the anchoring should be checked regularly for stability and integrity.

  • Replacement of damaged parts: If the bike stand is damaged or parts are missing, they should be replaced as soon as possible to ensure that the stand remains safe.

Regular care and maintenance can ensure the functionality and safety of bike racks in your own company. This can prevent accidents and extend the service life of the systems.

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