THE BIKE STABLE
The Bike Stable is the Office for Sustainability’s clearinghouse for non-motorized transportation education, advocacy, and policy efforts. It has lead workshops and community group rides, conducted non-motorized research, and runs a weekly Open Bike Shop. Open Bike Shop provides students, staff, and community members the opportunity to gain hands-on experience fixing their own bikes under the guidance of peer mechanics. The service is free for all, but attendees are required to bring their own parts (with the exception of incidentals such as cables and housing, which can be purchased at The Bike Stable).
Bike Stable projects and initiatives include:
- The Open Bike Shop THE BIKE SHOP IS CLOSED SUMMER 2017
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- Best practice research to guide University policy and planning related to pathways, bike lanes, ingress/egress, signage, etc.
- Research on the viability of cargo bicycles and electric assist bicycles in place of motorized campus fleet vehicles
- Implementation of a low cost, campus-wide bicycle rental program: BroncoBikes (not available summer 2017)