Engineering is perhaps the most tangible evidence of our bicycling culture at CSU. The presence of bicycling specific infrastructure highlights our desire to welcome cyclists to our campuses. Numerous surveys show the physical environment is a key determent in whether people will get on a bike and ride. CSU provides bicycle lanes, separated bicycle and pedestrian trails, bicycle racks, bicycle repair stations, a bicycle shelter, and many more considerations for the bicycling experience. Furthermore, plans, reports, and other documentation regarding our infrastructure, goals, and vision are captured in the E that is engineering.
Maps & Resources
The City of Fort Collins offers a comprehensive map of the City’s low-stress bicycle routes. These routes help bicyclists stick to quiet, less trafficked roads.
CSU highlights many of the available bicycling facilities on our campus map. Additional resources such as bicycle racks and other commuter amenities are available, too.
Bicycle Rack Locations on Main Campus
The Spoke – Bike Maintenance
The Spoke, a living lab, is Colorado State University’s on-campus bicycling maintenance and educational training center servicing our University students, faculty, and staff. Also, look out for the Mobile Spoke around campus for your maintenance needs.
Bike Rentals / Bike Storage
Rambassadors are students employed by CSU Parking and Transportation Services to educate their peers across campus on safe transportation practices, and collect bicycle and pedestrian data. Consider joining our team.