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St Marks Cycle Storage

Lincoln’s newest cycle storage, situated at St Marks lower level car park,  provides a continuous improvement to the city’s cycling facilities with secure and free storage for 104 bikes, making it easier and cheaper than ever for people to access St Marks shopping centre and the City Centre. 

To access St Marks Cycle Storage, simply provide some identification, take it along to the ticket booth in Toys ‘R’ Us car park and we’ll set you up with a personal key code. 


Facilities available

  • Storage Space for 104 Bicycles
  • Key Code Secured Entry
  • CCTV in Operation
  • 24/7 Access

How to use

  1. Provide some identification 
    Photo ID
    Proof of address (e.g. utility bill)
    Contact telephone number
    Email address 
    Parental consent will be required for under 16’s
  2. Take it along to the ticket booth in the car park  
    Located near Toys ’R’ Us. The booth is open from 9am to 5.30pm Monday to Saturday and 10.30am - 4pm on Sunday
  3. We’ll set you up wit a personal keycode
    Once you have your access code, you will be able to enter the cycle storage via the coded key pad on the lower level car park
  4. Store your bike
    Place your bike in any of the available racks, locking in place with your own bike lock
  5. Come and go as you please
    Use your keycode to access the cycle storage 24/7 


Location and layout

St Marks Cycle Storage is situated in St Marks lower ground car park to the left of the main entrance.


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