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Get around by bike.

UVM offers an extensive amount of alternatives to getting around.  UVM is recognized as a Gold Bicycle Friendly University by the League of American Bicyclists. We support cycling as an efficient, healthy, and environmentally responsible transportation option on campus...and it's fun!

These resources are provided for informational purposes only. Please read all disclosures as you use these services at your own risk.

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Bike Facts


Greenride Bike Share is a fun, quick, and easy way to get around campus and the surrounding area.

  • UVM Students and employees are eligible for the discounted campus plan of $25.
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Bicycle Education Center and UVM Bikes is a student-led center helps you learn how to keep your wheels rolling. Stop by with any of your bicycle needs. Leased bikes are available on a first-come, first serve basis. The BEC is located in the basement of the Hills Agricultural Building. For hours and more visit the UVM Bikes Facebook Page.

Campus Bike Rentals: Our students maintain a fleet of used bicycles available for semester rentals. They are affordable and reliable for commuting across campus. A yearly rental costs $50. Contact:

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Bike registration and abandoned bicycles procedures from the original purchase to routine maintenance, your bicycle represents a significant investment. Think about it you pay for a sturdy U-lock. You look for the best possible parking spot. That's why it makes sense to take one extra step and register your bike.

How To Register Your Bike:

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Bike racks and maintenance stations can be located by using UVM's Bike Maintenance Map (link opens in new window) which provides a link to fix-it stations, bike rack locations and more.

Vermont State Bicycle Laws and State of Vermont Safe Streets

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University of Vermont is a GOLD-level Bicycle Friendly University!  

Bike Friendly Universities by Rank 2018 -- See the full list

Clean Energy Fund

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The Bike Share infrastructure proposal was presented by Abby Bleything and Jim Barr in Fall 2017, and was awarded full funding.

Local Motion

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Local Motion is Vermont's statewide (non-profit) advocate for active transportion who help make our community a great place to walk and bike



TrailFINDER is a tool to help people get out, get active and explore Vermont.