Enhance bike security and direct vehicle traffic with bicycle bollards
Bike-parking bollards (also called "post-and-ring" bicycle parking) have the strong ornamental appeal of decorative bollards with the added benefit of secure bicycle storage. Use for decoration and control traffic on sidewalks, open spaces and parking lots. Bike posts minimize clutter and obstruction from improper bike placement on trees, railings, fences and other unsuitable locations.
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Most Reliance Foundry iron, steel and aluminum bollards can be equipped with bike locking arms. Take advantage of sleek, contemporary designs or ornate cast bollards to suit the aesthetic of a surrounding building or landscape. Arms are available in stainless steel and powder-coated finishes to match bollard designs and to ensure lasting durability with long-term use.
Custom mounting options
Bike-parking bollards require only one installation point—whereas bike racks typically require at least two mounting positions. Many bike bollards can be used as covers for steel pipe security bollards or be installed with removable mountings for added flexibility in mixed-use spaces. When used with removable bollards, locking arms can be used as lifting handles for more convenient installation and removal.
Better community spaces
Bike-parking bollards offer simple storage solutions for commercial and other outdoor spaces. They are simple and non-intrusive when placed in existing city spaces and parking lots—and can encourage healthier and more environmentally friendly lifestyles.
As a convenient form of bike parking, bike bollards enhance new or existing landscapes to accommodate staff, customers and anyone else visiting the neighborhood. Aside from directing pedestrian and motor traffic, they are a highly visible form of bike storage—helping avoid bikes being chained to nearby railings, trees, benches or other unsuitable alternatives that can obstruct pedestrians.
Bike bollards offer great value to dense urban areas within an active community. Universities, commercial areas, libraries and other public buildings offer prime locations.