Pedal towards success
Ditch the car and parking fees and use a bike instead. Biking on campus is convenient and easy. Bike racks are located close to most buildings and there are designated lanes just for bike users.
Be aware that bikes must only be locked to bike racks.Bikes locked to railings or areas not designated as bike parking may be removed and impounded at owner’s expense. We strongly recommend your bike be registered with University Transit Services.
You may view full bike regulations on campus located in our policies under the “Non-Pedestrian Device” section.
Register your bike
We strongly encourage you to register your bike as this is essential in locating your bike if it is lost or stolen, or if you are requesting your lock to be cut. You can register at the Parking and Shuttle Services office at no cost; just bring the bike and your JacksCard. Registration services are also available at the Flagstaff Police Department for $2.00.
Bike lockers and enclosures
If you want to protect your bike from snow and rain, you can take advantage of our bike lockers and enclosures.
Students need to bring their JacksCard, bike locker and enclosure agreement, and bike (if the bike has not been previously registered) to the Parking and Shuttle Services office during business hours. Lockers and enclosures will be rented on a first-come, first-served basis.
Current prices listed in the bike locker and enclosure agreement.
Bike lockers are located in the following areas:
- East of Campbell Hall
- South of the Union
- East of Cowden Hall
- Southeast of Calderon
- South of P32/Reilly Hall
- North of Gabaldon Hall
- South of McConnell Hall
- Outside of the northeast entrance of McConnell Hall.
Bike enclosures are located in Knoles, Mountain View, and San Francisco garages.
Read our Bike Safely! pamphlet which includes campus area bike trails and Arizona Bicycle Laws.
Please review additional bicycle information provided by Northern Arizona University Police.
Flagstaff Biking Organization – For local information and events