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Photo #186444

[Image taken 28.9.22] Raylor Centre, James Street, York. [NOTE: No street view at this location] Context and links: #186443. The measurements... a 10cm kerb – any upstand or kerb means everyone has to lift their cycle to use the rack… This means some people will struggle and suffer pain when using it. It also means if you can’t lift your cycle – it may have a child seat on it, for example, and/or be laden with things, you are excluded from using the cycle parking; 94cm between the uprights - there should be at least 100cm, and 120cm is now the recommended minimum between the uprights as this is more practical and inclusive - for all shapes and sizes of body and luggage; 80cm between the upright and the kerb is insufficient to manoeuvre a cycle without resorting to lifting to get it into position, plus this is not enough for cycles with attachments such as trailer cycles (see: #186450) or 'York'cycles that are bespoke #186441 or adapted #186292 for carrying goods or people.

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