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Arts Lecture Theatre Sheffield Stands Capacity: 32 Bicycles
University Office – Student Reception Sheffield Stands Capacity: 16 Bicycles or 8 Motorcycles
Taylor Building Block C Sheffield Stands Capacity: 12 Bicycles
Taylor Building Arches Sheffield Stands Capacity: 41 Bicycles
Kings Pavilion Sheffield Stands Capacity: 24 Bicycles or 14 Motorcycles
High Street / St Machar Drive Dedicated Cycle Access
High Street Sheffield Stands Capacity: 4 Bicycles
St Marys Sheffield Stands Capacity: 20 Bicycles
The Hub Sheffield Stands Capacity: 10 Bicycles
Cruickshank Building Cycle Lockers Capacity: 9 Bicycles
Cruickshank Building Sheffield Stands & Wall Rails Capacity: 14 Bicycles
Zoology Building Cycle Lockers & Sheffield Stands Capacity: 21 Bicycles
Fraser Noble Building CrossKirk Stands & Compound Capacity: 178 Bicycles
Meston Building Sheffield Stands Capacity: 24 Bicycles
MacRobert Building Cycle Lockers Capacity: 13 Bicycles
MacRobert Building Cycle Lockers Capacity: 17 Bicycles
Butchart Recreation Centre Sheffield Stands Capacity: 12 Bicycles or 6 Motorcycles
Coopers Court Sheffield Stands Capacity: 12 Bicycles or 7 Motorcycles
Taylor Block A Sheffield Stands Capacity: 12 Bicycles
Edward Wright Annexe Sheffield Stands Capacity: 14 Bicycles
Edward Wright Sheffield Stands Capacity: 12 Bicycles
Don Street Dedicated Cycle Access
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