01:33AM, Wednesday 08 May 2013
Work to upgrade the cycle facilities at Maidenhead Station has been completed.
The amount of cycle storage has been increased as the previous cycle hoops have been replaced with two tier racks.
The improvements are part of £1 million put towards minor works by First Great Western to improve passenger facilities at stations which also include Twyford and Langley.
"The new racks are fabulous," said duty station manager Patrick Reade.
He added: "As well as increasing the capacity they are more secure, more uniform and hopefully it will mean that more people start travelling on bikes."
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