Secure bicycle parking at Colorado State University is a storage option for those using a bicycle to commute to and around campus. If you need an efficient way to get around campus during the day, consider bringing a bicycle to store in a secure shelter. With a registered bicycle and a valid permit, there is no limit on the amount of time your bicycle can be stored, even overnight or breaks.
Any CSU employee or student with an active RamCard is eligible for a bicycle parking permit in our secure shelters. Bicycles parked inside the structure must have a current barcoded bicycle registration sticker from the CSU Police Department and a current permit for the secure facility from Parking and Transportation Services.
Bicycle shelters are shared storage areas with a secure locking system and protection from the weather typically in a garage or a stand-alone bicycle cage. Shelters protect a bicycle not only from adverse weather conditions but also deter theft and vandalism. Space in the bicycle shelters is available to rent on a first-come, first-served basis. All shelters are programmed to be opened only by a valid bicycle parking permit holder using their RamCard.
Any bicycle without a valid bicycle parking permit will be impounded by the CSU Police Department at the owner’s expense. Valid permit holders providing access to non-permit holders are subject to having their permit revoked.
- Lake Street Parking Garage
- University Max Station
Each secure parking location has the following features:
- Security cameras record entry, exit, and activity within the facility
- 24/7 secure access via RamCard
- Self-service fix-it repair stand with tools and pump
- Bicycle lock storage rack