Cycle parking and showers

Our Google map shows the locations of cycle racks, cycle lockers and showers.   If you know of any that we have omitted, please let us know.

 

View UOB Cycle Parking & Showers in a larger map

 

  • The green cyclist logos designate cycle parking facilities.
  • The blue pushpins designate showers open to all staff and students.
  • The red pushpins designate showers open only to those authorised to enter that part of the building.

For access to the PIN code protected end of the cycle shelter at the Munrow Sports Centre on the main Birmingham University campus, you will need to register at the Munrow Sports Centre reception and present your Birmingham University ID card. You will then be asked to complete a short application form before being provided with the pin code. The pin code will only be given to a limited number of registered staff and students to ensure that spaces are as readily available as possible.

Munrow Sports Centre secure cycle parking compound

 

Nine secure cycle lockers are also available in the following locations:
     Ring Road North (opposite the Munrow Sports Centre)
     Hills car park
     Arts building

map of the locations for the lockers is also available.

If you would like to trial a cycle locker free of charge for a 6 month period from October 2012 then please email the Sustainable Travel Coordinator. The lockers will be allocated on a first come first served basis. The nine successful applicants will be issued with a padlock and key and will be invited to give feedback on the usefulness of the lockers. 

Birmingham University branded bike lockers

 

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