Keep your bike safe on campus by storing it in a bike locker or a shared bike cage. Avoid parking in places that restrict pedestrian movement, access to buildings, or by fire hydrants—as your bike might be removed.

Find the best route to and from campus.

You don’t need to own a bike to cycle on campus. You can participate in a bike-sharing program. The Bike Co-op is a student-run organization dedicated to making UBC a better place for cyclists. Staff can participate in the Bike-Share Program that provides access to bikes located at the University Services Building.

There are many resources on campus to help you maintain your bike, as well as general tips and rules of the road.

When your bike needs a check-up, you can stop by the Bike Kitchen and learn to fix your own bike, or have the experts take a look. You can also stop by a Community Bike Clinic where you can get free repairs and maintenance information.

Staff and faculty regularly participate in Bike to Work week, promoting cycling as a healthy and sustainable commuting option.

UBC is also eligible for discounted memberships with Mobi by Shaw Go bike share program. Get discount codes here.