Bicycles

Bicycle Parking


Bike Rack

Outdoor Racks

The university has over 3,000 bicycle parking spaces across campus for short-term use. Most campus buildings have racks conveniently located within 50 feet of the entrance.

Bicycle Rack Parking Map

Bike Lock

Secure Rooms

Secure bicycle parking is provided at many buildings and vehicle parking garages. To gain access to a secure room, hover over the icon on the Campus Map and call the contact listed.

Secure Bicycle Parking Map

Safety Tips


Wear a helmet

Obey traffic rules and signs

headlight, taillight and reflectors are required by state law

Pedestrians always have the right of way
Check your tires, chain and brakes regularly

walk YOUR bicycle on the TRAX station platform
Bicyclists have the same rights as motor vehicles
use hand signals when turning

ring your bike bell to alert pedestrians

University policy 3-232


Anyone operating a bicycle or a non-motorized device must follow University Policy 3-232.

  • Always yield to pedestrians.
  • The speed limit on the sidewalk 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.

 

Visit University Policy 3-232

HOW TO LOCK YOUR BICYCLE


 

BICYCLE RESOURCES


BICYCLE FAQs


Outdoor racks are located within 50 ft. of most building entrances. Indoor bicycle parking is available at many buildings and vehicle parking garages.

outdoor and secure bicycle parking map

Follow the regulations outlined in Policy 3-232 when operating a bicycle, skateboard, rollerskate, scooter or any other non-motorized riding device on campus.

Bicycles locked improperly can be targets for theft. Use a U-lock and cable to secure your bicycle to the bike rack. The University Police offer free kryptonite U-locks through the Lock It or Lose It program during Earth Week (April) and Bike Week (September).

It is recommended to register your bike online at the Bike Index. This database makes stolen bikes harder to sell and easier to recover by storing information that others can use to contact you.

Call 801-581-6415 to report an abandoned bicycle or lock. The abandoned bike or bike lock will receive a tag and then be impounded per policy guidelines.

Call 801-585-COPS to file a report with the University police.

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