Colourful bike lockers are located at the Canada Games Centre and at several locations near Main Street. The lockers protect bicycles from vandalism, theft, and poor weather. All bike lockers are for day use only and cyclists must provide their own padlocks or combination locks.
Downtown bike locker locations are:
Second Avenue and Steele Street, Third Avenue and Steele Street, Third Avenue and Elliot Street, and Fourth Avenue and Main Street.
You can find bike lockers at the Canada Games Centre and at the following downtown locations:
Lockers provide cyclists with a secure way of locking up valuable items out of the elements. These colourful steel lockers are one metre high by one metre deep. All bike lockers are for day use only on a first-come, first-served basis, and cyclists are required to bring their own locks.
Bike racks are located throughout town. Some are so elaborate, you might not know they are bike racks.
The Zoning Bylaw requires that new developments provide bike racks – including commercial, multi-housing and institutional.
The Environmental Fund has assisted several organizations and workplaces to install bike racks.
Bike rack design and location is important – read this guide to learn about bike rack materials, design and placement.