Here at BikeZebo we believe in the work that we do. We believe in making our designs the best they can be, and for that reason we really value any feedback that you’d like to give us.

We see our bike shelters as part of a movement for sustainable transport. In fact the idea came from consultation with the cycling advocacy charity LifecycleUK. They commissioned Kai Paulden to do a report on the obstacles preventing people from habitual bike use… and guess what? Bike storage at home was the big one. So our team led by the artist & designer John Packer set about designing shelters that are low-cost, easy-to-use, secure and good looking. BikeZebo was born….

If you have any questions about our ethical policies, or anything else, please don’t hesitate to get in touch.



John Packer and PackerStudio also undertake a broad range of public art, architectural metalwork, woodburners, and special projects (latest is designing and prototyping a rowing bicycle –


Bristol Solar Tree 2015