Biking Around Campus

BFU 2020-2024 Florida State University holds a silver-level status with The League of American Bicyclists and continues to invest in bicycle infrastructure campus-wide. 

Bicycle racks are available outside of almost every building on campus and monitored by the FSU Police Department. All Seminole Express and StarMetro buses are equipped with easy-to-use bike racks, so you can bring your bicycle with you anywhere you need to go. 

Register Your Bike with FSUPD

It’s FREE, easy to do and can help you get your bike back in case of it being tampered with or theft. For more information, contact FSUPD at (850) 644.1388 or (850) 644.3660.

When parking your bike, make sure to secure it with at least one form of lock.

Your bike will be confiscated by FSUPD if secured to anything other than one of the many bike racks located around campus (Bike Map), as this could block access to walkways and entrances as well as pose hazards for students with visual impairments.

Click here to register your bike with FSUPD

Bike MaintenanceBike Repair

If you need to do a bike repair on campus, check out one of our bike repair stations around campus.

Have a smartphone? You can scan the Dero QR code on the Fix-It stations to see bike repair videos!

FSU reCycle Bike Program

FSU's reCycle Bike Program allows current students to rent bicycles for the semester or the year.



CyclingSavvy is a nationwide cycling safety program that has helped thousands of cyclists learn skills and strategies that make cycling safer and more accessible for everyone. The basics course provides an introduction to key concepts for riding safely and confidently while commuting to and around campus. Sustainable Campus and Transportation and Parking Services are proud to partner with the American Bicycle Education Association to offer this course for free to FSU students, faculty, and staff. It is our hope that by putting this material into practice, your cycling experiences will become even more enjoyable. 


Cycling Savvy benefits both beginning and expert cyclists. By taking this course, you'll learn:

  • Traffic laws
  • Defensive driving & cycling techniques
  • How to mitigate risk while cycling
  • How to ride safely at dusk, in the dark, and in poor weather conditions

Ultimately, with the knowledge and skills gained through the course, you'll be able to feel more confident and capable on the road.


Follow this link to enroll in the CyclingSavvy Basics course and take the first step to becoming a more confident and comfortable cyclist on and around campus!