A.R.U. Peterborough

Open Access | Year: 2022 | Sector: Education


A new Turvec T-Hide canopy will give students and staff at Anglia Ruskin University’s new Peterborough campus secure and convenient cycle parking for years to come. Cobra bike racks provide secure and weatherproof storage for 160 bicycles, with their high-low stagger meaning a higher capacity which is still secure and easy to use – thanks to the fork protection and frame locking available. The T-Hide is fully powder coated for longevity, finished with integrated strip lighting and inbuilt drainage. Working for Bowmer + Kirkland, the canopy complements the high specification University buildings.

Design team:

Liam Turvec

Liam Carroll


  • Sheltered parking for 160 bicycles
  • High quality look and finish
  • Secure, easy-to-use racks
  • Efficient project delivery


  • T-Hide cycle shelter
  • Cobra bike rack

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"Our students and staff are finding the cycle canopy and racks easy to use and highly convenient."

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