Bike Share

Campus Recreation’s Bike Share promotes physical activity and the environment. We provide semester long bike rentals free of charge for a safe and easy form of alternative transportation.

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Spring 2022 Bike Share/Hub Hours

Mondays & Tuesdays 2PM - 4PM

JAN: 18, 24, 25, 31

FEB: 1, 7, 8, 14, 15, 21, 22, 28

MARCH: 1, 7, 8, 14, 15, 21, 22

APRIL: 4, 5, 11, 12, 18, 19, 25, 26

MAY: 2, 3, 9, 10, 16, 17**

**Last day to return bikes for the semester

For more information, please contact Liz Hoffman-Shrout at hoffmanshroute@umkc.edu or 816-235-2615.
UMKC Bike Rack Locations

Frequently Asked Questions

Need more information about our bike sharing program and how to participate? Check out some of the most frequently asked questions to learn more!

You will pick up the bike from The Hub located at 5030 Cherry Street in the basement of Cherry Hall. You cannot enter at the main entrance but must go in the door on the North West most side of the exterior building. 

Click the link below to download a video tour:

How to Find the Hub Video

The bike will be ready for pick up during our weekly hours of operation, or you can email Liz Hoffman-Shrout to coordinate a different time at hoffmanshroute@umkc.edu. 

All UMKC students and benefit-eligible faculty and staff may register for a bike. Bikes are loaned on a first come first serve basis. It’s your bike to use whenever and wherever you choose!

 

 

These rentals are semester-long and must be returned on the Wednesday during Finals Week. Late fees are assessed to student account if returned past the due date. If you would like to renew the bike for the upcoming semester, reach out to Liz Hoffman-Shrout at hoffmanshroute@umkc.edu.

Fill out the online form on this page and bring it to the Hub, or we will have copies there that you can fill out when you arrive. We will work with you to provide a bike that is available that fits your requirements.

 Bike Hub Waiver Form

Please notify Campus Rec immediately so can provide minor bike maintenance and repair. Charges may apply for parts and labor on installation and major adjustments. If the bike is totalled or stolen, the leasee may be responsible for replacement costs, as indicated on the waiver.

Campus Rec does not provide bike helmets but strongly recommends its use. Head injuries cause about 75% of the approximately 700 bicycling-related fatalities each year in the U.S. Wearing a CPSC-certified helmet can reduce the risk of head injuries by 85%.