Cycle parking in Swindon for Hindu Temple Users

There is a wide range of cycle parking dotted around Swindon and the local area as well as public tool stations within our cycle parks, and commuter cycle facilities to enable more people to cycle. Volunteers have started to compile an interactive map to show where the cycle parking is.   This can be added to as more stands appear.

The closest stands to the temple are outside the library, but as a temple user, you are eligible to receive a free swipe card for the covered cycle parks in town.

Swindon Cycle parks

Swindon Borough Council offers locked cycle parking in the Brunel cycle park or Fleming Way cycle park in Swindon town centre. They provide 24 hour access via a Smartcard and there is parking for 160 bikes. There is no daily charge to use the cycle parks, but you will need an Access Card to use the cycle parking facilities.  This normally costs a one-off fee of £10, but users of the Hindu temple can apply for free.

Brunel cycle park is situated on the ground floor of the Brunel West car park (behind the big screen in Wharf Green). Access to the park is via the walkway that runs through the car park from Wharf Green (House of Fraser) to Farnsby Street.

The Fleming Way cycle park is located on the ground floor of the Fleming Way car park (opposite the Whalebridge car park near the courts). Access to the park is from Gordon Gardens, and a cycle lane has been added to College Street and Gordon Gardens for safer entry to the park.

Anyone can use the cycle parks but you must be a registered user. To become a registered user, you will need to apply for an Access Card by completing the online application form. Once your application has been submitted, your card will be sent to your home address within ten days. Your Access Card can be used at both cycle parks.

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