Locky docks are app activated, 21st Century bike racks with digital way-finding and street media for smart cities.
Using Bikeep technology from Europe, the reinforced steel magnetised docks have reported zero thefts with over 1 million bikes parked in docks throughout Europe, North America and West Auckland. It’s secure parking to give e.bike owners confidence and convenience.
Racks currently in use by our partners across Europe & USA
Bikes parked securely
Bike thefts in the last 5 years
The public broadcasting and advertising media subsidises the costs of the Locky Docks so that they are free to both the public and property owners. This is a world leading innovation and essential infrastructure for making healthy transport accessible, affordable and cool, for everyday kiwis.
There are two main barriers car drivers frequently mention when considering switching their daily commute to e.bike: 1. fears of theft and 2. riding on roads. Locky Docks help solve both these problems with 1. toughened steel locking arm & CCTV camera; and 2. bikepath maps on the digital screens — thus creating much needed awareness of the new bike path infrastructure built by councils and NZTA. Locky Dock infrastructure gives the bike paths visibility to non-bikers, and gives certainty and convenience to normalise electric biking.
Convenient, preferential secure parking for your tenants, customers, students or staff. If you would like to join the network, and have a site you think would suit our media model, definitely get in touch with us. We’d love to hear.
Let’s face it, car parks are a cost sink. With secure Locky Docks you can free up car parks for space to deliver a better return: commercially, community or both.
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Evidence consistently demonstrates that active transport has wide health benefits for both physical and mental wellbeing, including raised immune function.
Positive correlation between good immune health and happiness is now widely recognised: How Happiness Boosts the Immune System, Scientific American.
The evidence is that the health benefits of walking and cycling outweigh any potential health risks and harms – for example from injury or pollution: Cycling and walking for individual and population health benefits: A rapid evidence review for health and care system decision-makers. Public Health England Report.
Studies, including 2019’s University of Auckland study in the Journal of Transport and Health, repeatedly find that bikers are the happiest of all commuters: Why are cyclists the happiest commuters? Health, pleasure and the e-bike, Journal of Transport & Health.
It is widely recognised that a supportive built environment may be needed to promote walking and cycling and to achieve an enduring increase in activity at the population level.
Successful promotion of city cycling depends on coordinating infrastructure, programs, and government policies.
The Covid-19 Pandemic represents an unprecedented event in modern society. However research suggests that significant life events may present powerful “windows of opportunity,” when persons are more susceptible to change, and that planners can leverage such windows to to encourage behaviour change.