Before you ride on campus remember to:
University campuses can be a target for thieves. Following a few common sense guidelines can help keep your bike safe.
The Bike Program is your one-stop shop for all things related to biking at CU. Operated by Parking & Transportation Services and the Environmental Center, the CU Bike Stations offer mechanic assistance, Buff Bike 2-day free rentals (free to faculty, staff and students!), and semester rentals.
Bike stations on campus offers numerous ways to help keep our campus cyclists in the saddle and enjoying the campus and Boulder's great environment. We value the bicycle as an effective means of commute and recreation, improving its users' health, mobility and economic vitality.
UMC Bike Station: located east of the UMC at the Fine Arts Lawn.
Folsom Bike Station: located at the southwest corner of the Engineering Center.
Bike Station Services (a few highlights):
Mobile Mechanic appointments will be available during the winter season when the CU Bike Station is closed. In spring, summer and fall, visit the CU Bike Station for bicycle registration and assistance with basic bike repairs. With the Mobile Mechanic service, make an appointment and one of our station mechanics will meet you at your bike to help out. This service is for bicycles registered with the University of Colorado, and is available on campus only. The mobile mechanic is capable of selling a bicycle registration to owners with unlocked bicycles and valid identification
90 Buff Bikes are ready for students and employees to rent. The bikes are single speed cruiser bikes with coaster brakes perfect for riding around campus, riding to lunch or attending an off-campus work meeting. Buff Bikes are available for rent during regular bike station hours.
Rules of rental:
Students, faculty/staff must show valid Buff OneCard. Guest, temporary or other university ID cards require prior approval for eligibility. Contact email@example.com Rentals late after 7 days are reported to the CU Police and are subject to collection.
Feel free to contact the bicycle program for questions or comments at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Boulder City Council has adopted an ordinance to authorize a pilot project allowing electric-assist bicycles (e-bikes) on paved multi-use paths, not including paths on Open Space and Mountain Parks lands. On campus we have temporarily adjusted the University of Colorado at Boulder Parking and Traffic Regulations to coincide with the pilot ordinance. This means that on campus e-bikes, as defined in Section I.C.3 of the regulations, are “permitted to be operated on designated multi-use paths on, through, and around the CU Boulder Campus, unless otherwise indicated. In addition, e-bikes may be operated anyplace that a regular bicycle may be operated, EXCEPT that they may only use the electric assist while operated on motor-vehicle facilities (including bike lanes) and on designated multi-use paths. An e-bike operated on any other campus sidewalk may only do so exclusively under human power.” Check out the amended Regulations on the Parking and Transportation Services website: http://bit.ly/1hSFXMk and the City’s pilot ordinance at: http://bit.ly/1mDEmKj