• Uni Cycle Solutions


Updated: Nov 20, 2020

We believe in a world where cycling is easy, secure and accessible for all.

Report from the World Bank projects that about 68% of people in the world will live in cities by 2050 due to the numerous opportunities urbanization presents to them. However, these opportunities tend to put individuals and the environment under pressure.

Major cities in the world already consume more than half of global energy which accounts for more than 70% of carbon emissions and emissions from transportation services have been identified as the major contributor to this menace. The amount of gas in the atmosphere within the last 4 years, records a 20% increase as compared to the previous four years prior to 2015, and it is only to be expected to see massive outcry by climate activists to stimulate global action on climate change — which has been the case in recent times. This has demonstrated to the world, how intense people feel about climate change and its consequences.

Clearly, there is the need to look at how all the different ways of commuting can work better together to enable a sustainable urban future for all. It is thus, important for lawmakers, business leaders and organisations to set ‘climate-smart, nature-based integrated solutions that can help cities and countries achieve their low carbon emission targets.’


The UK is close to experiencing a revolution in the way mobility services are carried out; as there has been a steady improvement in the transportation sector, with a focus on increasing the capacity of existing infrastructure to meet growing demands.

Emerging technologies such as zero tailpipe emission cars are replacing cars run by fuel. Data-driven analysis have shown its unmatched potential in improving the way transport services are devised, planned and delivered for the passenger.

Nonetheless, an article published by The Guardian a few months ago forecasts the UK to miss its existing carbon targets in 2025 and 2030. This is not to say that all hope is lost for humanity, it only implies that more improvement is needed in finding innovative solutions that seek to improve the lives of people and the society in general.

At Uni Cycle Solutions, we believe that one of the most sustainable modes of transport is cycling, and thus, we need to encourage people to cycle around our cities. Most people tend to cycle for casual purposes and for shorter trips, but cycling is equally realistic for medium-distance trips which can sometimes be too long for walking. For instance, you can cycle from home to the gym or to the rail station before using the train to work. Students can cycle to school without having to bear the cost of requesting a ride or paying for a bus ride. Or perhaps, even visit the gym as often as one should.

When you ride a bike, it

  • IMPROVES your health via physical activity,

  • Has a POSITIVE impact on the environment,

  • SAVES SPACE as compared to other modes of transportation, and

  • REDUCES BUDGET for both personal users and organisational infrastructural costs.

In other words, cycling is environmentally, socially, and economically friendly.

UNI CYCLE SOLUTIONS will solve one of the biggest problem in UK cities and Universities; Bicycle Theft, and through our App, and will provide maximum-security bicycle racks for your personal bike.

As a technology-driven platform, UCS connects cyclists to a community that pursues sustainable transport as a way for future mobility. We offer a wide range of services to improve customers’ experiences and solve urban mobility problems. Through our UCS App, we help cyclists regain control and freedom by protecting their bikes with smart bicycle racks secured for on-street bike parking (scooter/e-bike charging) at a low cost. We help cyclists to track their bikes and connect with service providers via our App.

Uni Cycle Solutions encourages cycling by offering ultimate cycling solutions which take the hassle of overthinking about the safety or upkeep of your bike away for good. We fulfill cyclists’ needs and problems when they need access to services; saving time, effort and money — towards a sustainable future.

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