Bicycle Path Access Bollards

Bicycle Path Access Bollards

The prevention of illegal vehicle access is critical to avoiding damage to pathways and lightweight bridge structures, particularly when they have been designed only for bicycle and pedestrian use. These two pages offer a choice of bollards designed to deny vehicle access. They are all 140mm in diameter and 1200mm tall in either surface mount, below ground or removable designs with locking sleeves. They are hot dip galvanised, prior to being finished with a Yellow powder coat, and come complete with Class 2 Red/White reflective bands.

  • Description: Bicycle Path Access Bollard.
    Material: Steel post 63, 90 or 140mm diameter.
    Finish: Galvanised & safety yellow powder coated with reflective tape.
    Height: 1200mm above ground. 500mm below ground.
    Weight: 25.4kg to 29.6kg.
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    Barrier Group

    Barrier Group is a progressive and innovative Australian company that designs, develops and manufactures a wide range of safety products like bollards, pedestrian barriers, speed humps, industrial gates and queue control posts for private, institutional and occupational environments. We supply to all major Australian cities Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide, Perth, Canberra, Sydney, Hobart and Darwin and can ship to most overseas locations (conditions apply).

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