We've rented out all of our available bikes and will update this website once we have them available again.
Our mission is to promote sustainability on campus by growing the bicycle culture and making bikes easily accessible at the University of Colorado Boulder. We contribute to this culture by providing a bicycle to any student who is in need of a bike for a semester (while supplies last).
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Renewing Your Rental
Two weeks before your rental is due, a Semester Rental manager will email you asking if you would like to renew or return your bicycle. To renew, simply reply to the email and inform the Semester Rental team that you would like to renew. Please include in that email your full name and student ID number (the 9-digit ID number available on myCUinfo, NOT the number on your Buffone Card) or employee ID number.
Return Your Rental
--If you are unable to cash a US issued check please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org to set-up an appointment--
You will be contacted via email 2 weeks before your due date as a reminder.
To return your bicycle, please use our key drop off box.
- You should lock your rental to the designated Semester Bike Rental rack located next to the bike station or one nearby if the designated racks are full.
- Once you have locked your rental, fill out your information on a deposit envelope (available in a box attached to the east-facing side of the UMC Bike Station).
- Put your key in the envelope and drop the envelope into the Semester Bicycle Rental key drop box (also attached to the east-facing side of the UMC Bike Station).
- Directions also located on the key drop box.
Once your bicycle has been returned, a Semester Bicycle Rental employee will assess any damages and deduct the appropriate amount from your deposit (if necessary).
This Fall we will be renting our bikes out of a warehouse in East Campus to help limit exposure for our customers and employees.
3100 Marine St., Boulder, CO 80303 is the closest address to use for google maps