Larch Lap Overlap Double Door Apex Store 7' x 2' 8" (or Bike shed to you and me!) - £125.52 delivered @ Screwfix after 5% voucher + 6% quidco - HotUKDeals
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Worth buying if only to go round the back with your lady friend!

Larchlap produce top quality Outdoor storage and sheds and this 7' x 2'8" bike store is no exception. Solid sheet roof and floor, double door access and 10 years Manufacturer's Anti-Rot Guarantee. With 10% off there has never been a better time to buy!

- Softwood
- Hasp & Staple
- 10 Year Manufacturer's Anti-Rot Guarantee
- Double-door Overlap Bike Store with fixings and full instructions.
- Supplied with fixings. Dip treated.
- Internal: 2000 x 800 x 1613mm.
- External: 2125 x 834 x 1613mm
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#1
how many bikes (or ladies) can this accomodate?
#2
Foxes
how many bikes (or ladies) can this accomodate?




I have the similar shed only for two adult bike maybe + a small one.
#3
a8flc
I have the similar shed only for two adult bike maybe + a small one.


I'd expect this to take 2 adult and 2 kids bikes easiely... it's 7ft long by 3 fft wide and a bike is usually 6ft by 2ft with the kids much smaller
#4
On checking the PDF showing how to build it. It comes with external hinges attached with screws. OK - its unlikely to be the most secure thing on the planet - but a decent electric screwdriver could probably take one door off in under a minute - and it has no doors in two minutes - but almost silently compared to forcing access.
#5
Aren't these normally only £99 at B&Q et al ?
#6
a8flc
I have the similar shed only for two adult bike maybe + a small one.

I certainly wouldn't be inviting the village bike into my shed, never mind two of them + a midget?!

And I thought the first reply in this thread was slightly inappropriate........
#7
10 years guarantee? looks like itll last 10 minutes
#8
ibiza
On checking the PDF showing how to build it. It comes with external hinges attached with screws. OK - its unlikely to be the most secure thing on the planet - but a decent electric screwdriver could probably take one door off in under a minute - and it has no doors in two minutes - but almost silently compared to forcing access.


It would certainly be worth buying a ground anchor of some kind and locking the bikes to it inside the shed.

Rounding off the screw heads with a drill would make it a little bit more secure too, but I'm not sure it would stand up to a hefty size 9.
#9
Golaboots888;4972495
It would certainly be worth buying a ground anchor of some kind and locking the bikes to it inside the shed.

Rounding off the screw heads with a drill would make it a little bit more secure too, but I'm not sure it would stand up to a hefty size 9.


if someone is determined to get in theyll get in regardless, you just want to stop the opportunists so what you suggest makes sense
#10
royals
if someone is determined to get in theyll get in regardless, you just want to stop the opportunists so what you suggest makes sense


Agreed, that is why I was advocating use of a ground anchor system.

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