Let’s review Brampton Bike Racks
Brampton has come some distance in the past 3 years. As cycling gains in popularity, bike racks are becoming expected and required cycling infrastructure. Cyclists want ridership encouragement. Good quality parking is both practical and tangible evidence of this encouragement.
City of Brampton’s Bike and Ride initiative is designed to encourage transit riders to combine cycling and public transit. Covered bike racks, like this one at Main & Wellington are available on the entire transit bus fleet.
The covered area for bike storage is more extensive at Brampton GO station.
If you work for Region of Peel at 7120 Hurontario Street, you have very attractive secure covered bike storage. There are exterior racks right by the door, for those just visiting.
These bike racks at Region of Peel, 10 Peel Centre Drive, have well-designed slots for the front wheel.
The freshly renovated rear façade of Brampton Cyclepath facing Garden Square, has bike parking with a fresh coat of Brampton’s historic black paint.
Busy days in Garden Square fill up these bike racks quickly.
In fact, Brampton offered secured bike valet parking in this fenced off area during CeleBrampton Bikefest last year.
This elegant bike rack features prominently in Gage Park, which encourages pedestrians and cyclists to visit this heritage site.
At the opposite end of Gage Park, beneath Historic Alderlea, you will find the other half of the elegant bike rack pair.
Post & Ring, like this bike rack outside Coffee Culture on Queen Street is an ideal way to use former parking meters.
Chris Gibson Recreation Centre sports this bike rack and the tethered vibrant tricycle.
Did you know that there is bike parking in the underground garage at City Hall? Unlike for cars, bike parking is free!
Don’t be fooled by this “no bicycles” sign at the entrance to Rose Theatre underground parking.
There is actually a bike rack at the entrance to the Rose Theatre elevator.
When building owners ignore the needs of cyclists, we will lock our bicycles to whatever we can find…
Merchants, like the TD Canada Trust Bank at 150 Sandalwood Parkway, encourage cyclists with their custom-designed bike racks.
Canadian Tire in Trinity Common welcomes cyclists for small purchases. Hitch up a bike trailer, and shop for the larger items as well!
Stay tuned for a follow-up post on amazing custom bike racks seen in communities around North America! Let this be encouragement for Brampton Bike Racks!