Trinity Leeds is helping people get on their bikes with a free bicycle storage facility opening just in time for Cycle to Work Day today.
The new secure bike store, located opposite Superdry on Albion Street, is now open and free to use, with space for 75 bicycles.
The facility is manned and ticketed, with cyclists encouraged to bring a bike lock with them.
The bike store launch coincides with Cycle to Work Day on Thursday, August 6th.
David Maddison, Centre Director at Trinity Leeds, said: “Whether you’re back at work and cycling in to the city centre for your commute, or you’re wanting to pop in and browse some of our stores or grab some food at Trinity Kitchen, our bike store is available for you to use, free of charge.”
The bike store is open from 8.30am to 7.30pm, Monday to Friday.