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Lincoln Cycle Hub

Lincoln’s new cycle hub, situated at Lincoln railway station provides a huge improvement to the cycling facilities, with new changing facilities and safe storage for 198 bikes, making it easier than ever for people to combine the benefits of cycling with train travel.

To access the Lincoln Cycle Hub, simply purchase a fob from the Train Station Ticket Office. Fobs are £10 each and give you unlimited lifetime access to the Lincoln Cycle Hub*.

Lincoln Cycle Hub Infographic

Facilities available

  • Storage Space for 196 Bicycles
  • Key Fob Secured Entry
  • Changing Rooms & Toilets
  • CCTV in Operation
  • 24/7 Access

How to use

  1. Purchase a lifetime access key fob for £10
    From Lincoln Railway Station Ticket Office
  2. Access Lincoln Cycle Hub
    Tap your key fob on the panel at the entrance and the gate will automatically open
  3. Store your bike
    Place your bike in any of the available racks, locking in place with your own bike lock
  4. Use the facilities
    There are both male and female changing and toilet facilities available to use at your convenience
  5. Come and go as you please
    Use your key fob to exit, the gate will automatically close behind you


Location and layout

Lincoln Cycle Hub is situated just off the High Street on St Mary’s Street, near to Lincoln Railway Station in the city centre.


*If you lose your Key Fob you will need to re-purchase a key fob at the current retail price.


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Last updated: 22 March 2017

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