A £2.5 million state of the art cycle park opened to commuters in Cambridge this morning.
The brand new 'Cycle Point' is 3 storeys high and has the capacity to store almost three thousand bicycles - around double the capacity of the station's old cycle park.
Two-wheeled commuters arrived in droves from 6am to road test the new facility.
There were a few teething problems, as some commuters struggled operate the new two-tiered storage racks.
Most, however, were impressed with its huge capacity and pleased in the knowledge that their bikes would be kept covered and dry.
Campaigners and commuters say the upgrade is long overdue.
The Cycle Point is open 24 hours a day and is free to use. When it's complete it will house a bike shop and also has special facilities for people with limited mobility.
You can watch Chloe Keedy's report here