Cycle Heart Rating
Interested in getting your facility a Cycle Heart Rating?
Want to discover how your current facility or future facility designs measure up against global industry standards?
Click here to schedule a consultation to see how your current facility or future designs measure up.
How it works:
Getting a Cycle Heart Rating is simple: organise site access and/or share the facility’s design plan with a Five At Heart representative. We will then grade your facility on safety, security and overall usability by answering 70 carefully crafted questions. Easy as pie.
- Access & Traffic Flow
- The Bike Room
- The Change Room
- Communication & Promotions
- And all the extras that take your facility to the next level.
- A step-by-step walk through with a Five at Heart representative of your results.
- A Cycle Heart Rating certification that scores your space(s) based on above-mentioned criteria. (digital format available for use in marketing materials).
- Recommendations for improving the space(s) or taking it to the next level.
- If your score is in the top 80th percentile, you can purchase a plaque to show the world your end-of-trip is the best.
Cycle Heart Rated Buildings in the United Kingdom
- 110 Bishopsgate (Heron Tower)
- Lloyds of London Building
- Principal Place (Amazon HQ)
- The Scalpel
- Southbank Central
- 22 Bishopsgate
- 90 Fetter Lane
- 10 Queen Street place
- Thames Valley Park (Building 4 Reading)
- Portwall Place Bristol
- Cadworks Glasgow
Cycle Heart Rated Buildings in Australia
- 120 Spencer Street
- 420 George Street
- 101 Collins Street
- 321 Exhibiton Street
- 123 Albert Street
- 130 Adelaide Street
Cycle Heart Rated Buildings in North America
- 390 Bay Street, Toronto
- 1800 9th Avenue, Seattle
- 818 Stewart Street, Seattle
- West 8th, Seattle
- 160 Spear St, San Francisco
- 111 Adelaide St, Toronto
- 130 Adelaide St, Toronto
- 85 Richmond St, Toronto
- 200 Bay St, Toronto
- 200 King Street West, Toronto
- 18 York Street West, Toronto
- 45 O’Connor (World Exchange Plaza)