Securely park your bike in central London with new BIKE-DROP pop-ups

A new scheme has launched in central London, providing up to 500 secure valet-style bike parking spaces for riders.

Bike Drop London Bike Drop racking

 

BIKE-DROP is a new initiative in central London with the aim of providing peace for mind for riders who want to cycle into the city without fear of their bike being stolen whilst locked up.

Costing less than a daily travel card, there are two locations opening up from Monday 7th September at Oxford Street and Regent street.

The new BIKE-DROP pop-ups store bikes during the day off the public highway, on customised racks, so you don't need to carry a heavy lock on your ride. Unlike locking your bike to a public rack, you won't need to worry about removing lights or GPS computer whilst away from your bike, plus your bike will stay dry if the weather changes. 

When riders are ready to collect their bike, all they need to do is notify BIKE-DROP via text message and the bike will be ready for collection within fifteen minutes. Customers will be able to make a reservation by the day, week or month by selecting the pass that works best for them.

Trial BIKE-DROP for £1

Condor customers can trial the new scheme for just £1 on Monday 7th September.

Use code WELOVECONDOR and book a space online at www.bike-drop.com.

Locations:

Oxford Circus 61 Great Portland Street, London
Opening times: 6.00—20.00, 7 days a week

Regent Street 56-60 Conduit Street, London
Opening times: 6.00—20.00, 7 days a week

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