Mechanic works on rear cassette.

Take the new online Bike Mechanics 101 course.

B cycle membership

Download the B Cycle app and select CU Student Membership

Rules for Cycling

Do you know the rules for cycling on the CU Boulder campus?

Bike Station Open/Closed Status

Bike Program Contact

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Bike Program Fee Information

The consolidated Bus and Bike Program Fee was split into the Bike Program Fee and the Transit Pass Fee effective for the Fall 2020 semester. Both of these fees were created by and have been supported by students to be mandatory fees and they are charged automatically to student accounts every semester. If an individual has a disability that prevents them from utilizing the bike program services, please e-mail bicycle@colorado and we'll work with you to refund the Bike Program Fee. (additional fee waiver qualifications are currently being evaluated and will be considered on a case-by-case basis) The Bike Program Fee funds various amenities throughout campus such as: bicycle and pedestrian lanes, underpasses, and bridges; B-Cycle stations with no additional cost student memberships; 2 staffed bike repair stations, numerous self-service repair stations; an annual bike sale; outreach and education events; bike parking; and many others. Your contribution through this fee makes the CU Boulder Campus and City of Boulder a much safer, cleaner, and enjoyable place.

The Transit Pass fee has multiple qualifiers where a student can waive the fee.

Monthly CU Boulder Bike Newsletter

If you want to stay informed about bike-related community events or projects sign up for the CU Bike Newsletter by clicking here.

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Bike Station Kudos
Chris D"I am emailing you because I wanted to let you know how helpful Chris Dusbabek was today. I have been having bike problems all week and so I stopped by the bike station later in the afternoon. This is where I met Chris and I am super grateful that I did. He put in the extra work to put my bike together. He even went a little past 5pm to make sure he did a thorough job and that my bike was 100% ready to go.  He is a great guy and so I wanted to reach out and let you know."                          - Happy Customer

Bicycle Program Services UMC Station

Biking is a fun, clean, and easy way to get around campus as well as the city of Boulder and beyond. Biking as a primary form of transportation helps reduce our negative impact on the environment, is an excellent form of exercise, and could save money that would otherwise be spent on gas and parking. CU has many programs to offer students to make acquiring, maintaining, riding, and parking bikes a breeze.

Contact the bicycle program with questions or comments at