Bike and Bike Share

Bicycling is a great way to save money on your commute, reduce your carbon footprint, and get exercise. Whether you are new to bicycling or a lifetime cyclist, we have the resources to keep you in the saddle.

Campus Bike Shop >>>

The Bicycle Learning Center (BLC) is a student-run bicycle shop on campus, providing tools, instruction, mechanical support and education to help keep your bicycle in peak condition! Check the BLC website for location, hours of operation, upcoming all-abilities group bike rides and other events.

self-serve bike repair kiosk is located adjacent to the RWC, under the stairwell to the West Gymnasium and Forbes Gymnasium. 

The Bicycle Learning Center is a student run bicycle shop, located under the stairs by the Rec & Wellness Center on campus.

Bike Share >>>

No bike? No problem! Humboldt partners with the City of Arcata to offer a quick, convenient and low cost method for the community to rent bicycles. Students, faculty and staff can unlock bikes from docking stations on campus (outside Harry Griffith Hall and Jolly Giant Commons) and in Arcata. Go to the Humboldt Bike Share landing page for details.

No bike? No problem! You can rent a bike from one of the docking stations outside the Harry Griffith Hall, Jolly Giant Commons or in Arcata.

Bike Map >>>

The Humboldt Bay Area Bike Map is mobile friendly and interactive. Find bike routes, connector routes, bike shops and other bicycling services.

Bike Parking >>>

Bike parking is available across campus, with both sheltered and unsheltered locations. Download the Bike Parking Map.

Prevent Bike Theft >>>

Keep your bike safe! Just like on other campuses, bike theft happens at Humboldt. Check out these bike theft prevention tips. Get a free bike lock (while supplies last) when you register your bike with the University Police Department (UPD) by bringing your bike to the UPD office in Student & Business Services room 101.  

Humboldt Cycling Club >>>

The Cycling Club at Cal Poly Humboldt seeks to get more students interested in cycling at recreational and competitive levels. The Cycling Club participates in official collegiate racing across California and Nevada as well as organized casual group rides and events. Mountain and road bikers of all ages, identities and skill levels are welcome!

More people are riding bikes for health, pollution prevention and cost savings