Police approved high security bike storage sheds
The Asgard Cycle Store is the manufactured in the UK from thick heavy gauge galvanized (weatherproof) steel, it’s one of the safest and most comfortable ways to securely store your valuable bikes and cycling accessories.
High security metal storage that will provide the best protection for all our customers bikes & cycling equipment. A tough, all metal construction has given Asgard high security sheds a level 1 rating from the Loss Prevention Certification Board. An insurance approved high security shed from Asgard will provide our guests with reliable protection.
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Safe storage of all our customers bikes no matter how valuable, Asgard designed & manufactured here in the UK to safely store these valuable items from theft and the British weather too.
Please Note: If you are travelling with bikes you contact us directly to discuss your requirement & we always try and accommodate 'direct booking requirements' first in terms of bike storage in our Asgard Unit. email@example.com
This iconic route travels 137 / 140 miles between the Irish Sea and the North Sea – between Cumbria to Tyneside. It passes through the beautiful northern Lake District before climbing the Pennines and descending to the railway paths of County Durham. On average a cyclist will undertake between 40-60 miles (64–96k) per day and as such, the average to complete this C2C tour is three days: with stopover on the middle day in our delightful town of Penrith just perfect! Here at Glendale Guest House we warmly welcoming cyclists to stay with us in comfort to relax and recuperate.
C2C cycle route is a moderate one which can be enjoyed by small, large or family groups as well, contact us directly to book both accommodation and bike secure bike storage & you'll take advantage of our direct booking discount too!
Land's End to John o' Groats cycle route runs the whole length of Great Britain, between two extremities, in the south-west and north-east. The traditional distance by road is approximately 874 miles (1,407 km) and takes most cyclists between 10 to 14 days and the two much-photographed signposts indicate the traditional distance at each end.
In and around Penrith there are some really lovely and scenic cycle routes which you might not have discovered?
Down-load the Free Cycle Route for Greystoke's & Back
Down-load the Free Cycle Route for the Lowther Valley
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Down-load the Free Cycle Route for the Eden Valley
Down-load the Free Cycle Route for the Edge Of Lakeland