Make your ride easier and safer by visiting the Campus Bike Shop for all repair needs. We are a full service shop with the best prices in town for the University community.
Register Your Bike For Free:
Stolen bikes that are registered make it harder for thieves to sell and easier for you to recover.
- Register with the University to thwart thieves HERE. This information is tied to your uNID ensuring you always have proof of ownership
- Register with the police at the Campus Bike shop. We offer free Salt Lake County bicycle licenses for students and staff.
- Register your bike online at the BIKE INDEX.
Be Safe on Your Bike:
- Wear a helmet
- Remember that pedestrians have the right of way.
- Bicyclists have the same rights and responsibilities as motor vehicles. Obey traffic rules and signs.
- Keep your bike in good working order. Check your tires, chain and brakes regularly.
- Ride with traffic on the right side of the road rather than against traffic.
- A headlight, taillight and reflectors are required by state law when riding at night.
- TRAX trains can be very quiet and the rails can be very slippery. Cyclists must walk their bicycle when on the station platform or when crossing the tracks.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS:
Where can I park my bike?
Bike Racks: The U has approximately 5,000 bicycle parking spaces across campus for short-term use. Most campus buildings have racks conveniently located within 50 feet of the entrance. Check out the map of short-term bicycle parking for locations.
Secure Bicycle Parking: The U offers a limited number of indoor and outdoor secured bicycle parking spaces. Check out the map of secure bicycle parking for locations.
What are the rules about bicycing on campus?
The Campus Policy for Bicycles, Skateboards, Rollerskates and Scooters governs the operation and use of bicycles for the University community.
- The speed limit on sidewalks is 10 mph. You are responsible for safely operating your bicycle on campus bicycle paths and lanes.
- Bicycles should always be locked to a bike rack. You will receive a citation and your bike can be impounded if you lock to anything other than a bike rack.
- Bicycles are not allowed in University buildings except when using indoor secure parking.
- An electric (e-bike) bike is classified under Utah law as a bicycle. E-bikers are subject to the same operating rules as a regular bicycle.
How do I report a stolen bicycle?
- File a report with the University police by calling 801-585-COPS.
- Report your bike stolen where you registered it — the Bike Index and Commuter Services.
- Spread the word on social media and check the classifieds.
- If you find your bike, contact the University police with your case number.
Contact Ginger Canon, active transportation manager, for bicycle and other active transportation inquires.
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