Bicycle Services

Transportation Services offers a comprehensive bicycle program designed to meet the varied needs of students, staff and faculty at Texas A&M. See below for the services available to our campus community or feel free to email us at and we will be happy to assist you!

Find out where bike lanes, racks and maintenance stations are located throughout campus to serve your biking needs.

Bike Map

Bike Share

Bike share offers all of the benefits of biking without the hassles of maintenance and storage. With bike share you can leave your bike at home and enjoy the ride!

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Students, Faculty, and Staff can unlock and ride one of hundreds of bikes located throughout campus. When you are done with your ride, park it in any bike rack on campus. It’s that simple!

Veo COVID-19 update Bike share guide

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Bike Lease

Leasing a bicycle will allow you to save time, money, and avoid the hassle of bike ownership.

Bike Lease Dates
Availability Starting two weeks before the semester begins thru two weeks after the first day of class.
Return Date The Friday after the last day of finals.

The Sustainable Transportation office offers durable bikes for your transportation needs in and around the Bryan-College Station community. All registered students are able to lease bicycles on a semester long basis.

Purchase a semester lease through My Account using the "Purchase Permits" link. Once you have purchased your permit online simply email the Sustainable Transportation office at and set up an appointment to pick up your bicycle. On the day of your appointment all you will need is an electronic or printed copy of your receipt.

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Bike Registration

Texas A&M Transportation Services requires all bicycles on campus to be registered and show proof of registration by displaying a permit to avoid enforcement action.

Mandatory bike registration includes a required $10 dollar fee applied to each bike registered.

Register your bicycle online at My Account:

  • Help identify your bike if lost or stolen
  • Get bike program news and updates
  • Be a part of a growing bike program at Texas A&M

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Wheelers at The HUB

Wheelers is a one-stop-shop where you can speak face-to-face with our bicycle specialists and get assistance with all things bicycle-related.

Wheelers is located The HUB, across from The Commons. Our bike specialists can help you with:

  • Free bike check ups – an experienced bicycle mechanic will diagnose your bicycle, let you know what needs to fixed and how to get it done
  • Bicycle registration information – get help finding your registration info on your bike and how to register it
  • Sustainable Transportation information – your chance to ask the Sustainable Transportation staff your questions and learn about all our services, from bike lease to car share

In an effort to stay in line with the current campuswide initiatives, we are offering Wheelers services by appointment only during this time. Please contact our office at to schedule a time and we will be happy to assist you.

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Borrow a Bike

Borrow a Bike is a free program, and a basic form of bike share, for those that need the use of a bike for a short period of time.

If you borrow a bike today, it is due back by 10:00 a.m. the next morning. If you borrow a bike on Friday, it's not due until the following Monday! Customers who do not return their bike by 10:00 a.m. will be charged a $5 late fee. Customers may borrow a bike 5 times per semester.

The Borrow a Bike program is a basic form of bike share. The program is free to anyone employed by or currently enrolled at Texas A&M University. We ask the Aggie community members that use the program to be conscious about bringing back the bike when you are finished using it so it is available to another Aggie that may need a bike.

Bike pickups and dropoffs are by appointment only and will take place at The HUB, across from the Commons. To schedule a pickup time, email at Monday–Friday, 8am–5pm.

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FIXIT stops provide you the tools you need to repair your bike, air your tires and be on your way.

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Each station is equipped with the following tools:

  • Crescent wrench
  • Set of metric hex wrenches
  • Tire levers
  • Flat head screw driver
  • Philips head screw driver
  • 15mm open mouth wrench
  • T-25 torque wrench
  • Bicycle stand
  • Bicycle pump which accommodates both Presta and Schrader valves

FIXIT Stops & Bicycle Parking Map

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Summer Bicycle Storage

Summer bicycle storage allows you to securely store your bike in an indoor facility through the summer.

  • Summer bike storage can be purchased through My Account using the “Purchase Permits” link. Select “Summer Bike Storage” and then print the receipt.
  • Email to make an appointment to bring your bike to the storage facility.

Bring your bike, lock, and receipt to the Fleet Services building located on Agronomy Road at the time of your appointment. There is parking in Lot 76 next to the Fleet building that can be used for the drop off if needed. Don’t forget your lock; you will lock your bike inside the storage facility.

REMINDER: Bike Racks are for bikes currently in use ONLY! Others will be removed!

If you won't be here for the summer and don't plan to use our Summer Bike Storage, please take your bike home.

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Bike Sales & Auctions

The university Surplus Property Office offers opportunities to purchase a used bicycle for cut-rate prices through auctions and their annual bike sale.

Online Bicycle Auctions

Throughout the year, the university sells collected bicycles (see Bicycle Regulations) via online public auction.

For more information about the auctions, please contact the Surplus Property Office.

REMINDER: Bike Racks are for bikes currently in use ONLY! Others will be removed!

Annual Bike Sale

The annual bike sale is held at the Surplus Property Office on Agronomy Road. All bikes are sold as-is for $30.


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Frequently Asked Questions

You can find information about bike lanes on campus by referencing the map below.

Bike Lane Locations

When riding a bicycle in the road you are considered a vehicle. Always ride on the right side of the road while on campus.

We have thousands of bike racks across campus. See below for a map that can help find the closest one to you.

Bike Rack Locations

Nearly all the racks on campus are 24hr parking. That said, we do have a few no overnight racks that are labeled with large white lettering across the top-tube which reads “No bike parking from 11:00pm to 6:00am.” If there is no sign or writing on a rack then it is okay to use for overnight parking. It’s important to keep in mind though that racks on campus are for bicycles currently in use only. All abandoned bicycle will be removed.

You should always lock your bike when not using it on campus. We highly recommend using a hardened steel U-lock.

When bikes are not secured to a bike rack, we will move them to the next available bike rack in that area. If you cannot find your bike on any bike rack, please email us at so that we may check the bike impound. In the event that we do not have your bike, you may contact University Police Department at 979.845.2345.

Simply email the Sustainable Transportation office at and schedule an appointment to visit the impound. There is no charge associated with retrieving a bicycle from the impound. However, if your bike is impounded because it has not been registered, you will need to register your bike before it can be released. This can be done on your phone the day of your scheduled appointment.

Texas A&M Transportation Services requires all bicycles on campus to be registered and show proof of registration by displaying a permit to avoid enforcement action. Mandatory bike registration includes a required $10 dollar fee applied to each bike registered.

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Log in to My Account to register your bike.

  • Bike make/brand
  • Color
  • Serial Number
serial number locations

You may also upload two pictures (max size 1MB each)

  • Pictures can be added at any time, by logging into My Account
  • We recommend uploading photos that will help in identifying your bike, such as a full image of the bike, scan of your purchase receipt, or picture of your serial number plate.

You can find more information about bike laws here.

If you just want to use a bicycle for the day the university offers a Borrow-A-Bike program. Through this program students can borrow a bicycle free of charge up to 24hr. If you need a bicycle for an extended period of time the university also offers a bike lease program.

If you sell your bike, please remove the bike permit before transferring ownership and return it to Transportation Services in Polo Rd. Building, Suite 350 or mail to 1250 TAMU. If you get a new bike, log into My Account to register it.

No, but you can take it to The Hub (do-it-yourself repair facility) located at the Hub across the street from the Commons. You can also bring your bike to Wheelers for a check-up from an experienced bike mechanic, who will show you how to fix your bike or refer you to an off-campus repair shop if necessary.

All information regarding bicycles on campus can also be found on this webpage. You can also contact Sustainable Transportation by sending them an email at