Newly-enrolled students at Colorado State University soon discover that bicycles are strong part of our campus and community. Fort Collins is a Platinum Bicycle Friendly Community and our students are active, daily bicyclists.
Bicycles are a practical way to travel between classes across campus, and 15,000 bike parking spaces await you. Miles of bike lanes and trails allow you to venture around Fort Collins. With more than 300 days of sunshine, bicycles make for a cost-effective mode of travel while providing your daily fitness.
Bike racks: CSU has more than 16,000 bike rack spaces across campus. Most campus buildings have racks conveniently located near the entrance.
Residence Halls: All residence halls have outside bike parking. Please talk with your residence hall staff about rules that apply to bikes in residence halls, as well as bike storage and bikes in residence halls during winter break.
Locking My Bike
With thousands of bicycles on campus, those locked improperly can be targets for theft. Make sure to use a U-lock and cable to secure your bike. More information.
Maintaining My Bike
Make your ride easier and safer when you learn to maintain your bike at the Spoke, CSU’S on-campus bicycle maintenance and educational service provider, located at The Pavillion at Laurel Village.
Bike Tour of Campus
Sign up with CSU Admissions for a bike tour of campus. Check their website for the latest scheduled times.