Cyclepods renew membership with SBD
Cyclepods is one of the latest companies to renew their membership with Secured by Design (SBD), the official police security initiative.
Cyclepods Ltd launched in 2005 with a mission to transform and revolutionise cycle storage. Year on year since inception Cyclepods have developed, designed and manufactured new and innovative cycle storage solutions.
Cyclepods provide a range of storage solutions for all environments. Their stylish ‘pod’ range are manufactured in the UK made from 100% recycled or recyclable material.
Available in a wide range of different colours and finishes, Cyclepods products lend themselves to different environments; bike parking can and should add to the style and aesthetic of their surroundings. Cyclepods also provide advertising and branding opportunities on their products.
Cyclepods unique designs hold and protect each bike discretely, preventing overcrowding and damage to the bikes, making them very bike and cyclist friendly.
You can find out more about Cyclepods and their range of SBD accredited products here: https://www.securedbydesign.com/member-companies/sbd-members?view=companydetail&account=0011i00000JpvssAAB
David Leach, Managing Director of Cyclepods said: “Cycle security is at the forefront of our company values. We will continue to design and develop products that focus on security and working with Secured by Design helps us do this. Our mission is to encourage more cycling across the UK by making cyclists feel confident storing their bikes, whether at home, at work or just out and about.”
SBD Development Officer Lyn Poole said: "I have worked with Cylepods for many years now and I am so pleased that they have renewed their SBD membership with us as they have always worked hard to invent and improve their products.
“Cyclepods have worked with us and the police on many projects including the SBD Garden at Capel Manor Horticultural College where they donated one of their storage lockers. I look forward to working with them over the coming years".