Bicycling at UCLA
Riding a bicycle is a fun, healthy and inexpensive way to get to and around campus. There are over 3,500 free bike parking spaces in racks all over campus and with newly added bike lanes, bicycling around UCLA has never been easier!
Due to the impacts of COVID-19 on campus operations, UCLA Transportation has discontinued all Bruin Bike Share operations. Customers who keep their memberships will remain part of the regional Bike Share Connect system, which is comprised of Beverly Hills Bike Share (City of Beverly Hills) and Breeze Bike Share (City of Santa Monica).
Prorated refunds will be provided to members who have a UCLA Affiliate or Academic Annual account who wish to cancel their memberships. Please review our refund policy for more information and the necessary steps to receive a refund. If you have any questions, please contact us at [email protected].
Eligible employees and graduate students can join the Earn-A-Bike program and receive a free $450 bicycle package in exchange for their parking permit. Each package includes a bike as well as a light, lock set, helmet, and Bruin Commuter Club welcome kit.
Similar to traffic school, BruinBikeSmart allows cyclists who received a moving violation citation issued by a UCPD Officer to have their citation dismissed by completing an online bike safety course and paying a $75 course fee.
The UCLA Bike Shop supports the campus’ bicycling community with DIY repairs and a variety of free classes. Visit their website for more information.
BIKE UCLA FILMS PRESENTS ‘The Bike Bandit’
At UCLA, Megan teaches Ralph proper bike locking techniques and shows common bicycle locking mistakes. At the end of her demonstration, Ralph realizes he's been pranked by the Bike Bandit. Click the video below to see best practices for bike locking.