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End Of Cycle Route Diagram Number 965
This post mounted end of cycle route sign should be used at the end of a cycle lane, track or route. This sign is commonly known as its diagram number 965 as set out in the TSRGD guidelines. These signs are commonly installed where cyclists have to rejoin the main carriageway or where a cycle route comes to an end.
The sign is made from a plastic and aluminium laminate composite with rails attached to the rear. The face of the sign is covered in a highly reflective class R2 material, which is the suitable specification to use around public roads. To post mount this sign you will also need to purchase two sign clamps, these are available separately on our website.
These signs are commonly seen in conjunction with signs 955, 956 and 957 amongst a few others. However, for more fitting information, refer to Chapter 3 of the Traffic Signs Manual, page 155.
Superior Quality Sign Face
Superior quality prismatic reflective sign face ensure that the sign stands the test of time.
Durable Composite Base
Made from material which is an aluminium covering over plastic, it is light and ultra strong.
Designed to be Post Mounted
Each Part of the sign comes with two rails allowing the fitment of two clips per face for secure mounting.
Need Assistance Finding The Right Signage?
We are here to help, our sales team are available during office hours on 01905 794 875. They can assist you in the event you need a different size, reflectivity grade or a bulk quantity of signage.
|Sign Reflectivity||Class 2 R2/RA2|
|AccuChecked||✔ (The specification has been independently checked for accuracy)|
|AccuPhoto||✔ (The photos are of the actual product type that you are ordering)|
|Sign Substrate||3.6mm Composite|
|Sign Reverse Colour||Grey|
|Sign Face Colour||Blue/White|
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