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Published 28th Feb 2012

Cyclist Dave Rooks (left) with Cycle Centre staff member Doug Howes

Middlesbrough Cycle Centre is going digital – and that means members will need to replace their old cards with a new electronic swipe card.

Users will only be able to leave their cycles in the safe and secure cycle centre using the new cards from Thursday, March 1.

Membership of the cycle centre – based in Middlesbrough Bus Station - is free, as are new swipe cards, with replacements costing £1.

Middlesbrough Cycle Centre is open from 8am to 6pm Monday to Friday and 9am to 5pm on Saturdays.

In addition to secure cycle storage, the Centre offers free lockers and showers.

Useful links 

Middlesbrough Cycle Centre

Middlesbrough Cycling on Facebook

Middlesbrough Cycling on Twitter

Caption: Cyclist Dave Rooks (left) with Cycle Centre staff member Doug Howes 





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