Contact the Bike Program
Erb Memorial Union, Room 008
Bike Rental Hours
  • noon–4:30 p.m.
  • noon–4:30 p.m.
  • noon–4:30 p.m.
  • noon–4:30 p.m.
  • noon–4:30 p.m.
What We Offer
  • Day-Use Commuter Bikes
  • Touring Adventure Bikes
  • Bikes for the Academic Term
  • Touring Trailers
  • Large Cargo Trailers
  • Bike Bags (Pannier Sets)
  • Bike Lights

Bike Rental Cost

To rent bikes, you must be a UO student or co-op member. To reserve a bike, call the UO Bike Program.

Bikes for a Day

One Bike $10.00 per day
Bike Lights $2.00 per day

These cruisers and geared commuter bikes are perfect for seeing campus and beyond. Day bikes come with a u-lock and optional helmet.

Bikes for a Trip

One Bike $15.00 per day
Additiontal Panniers $6.00 per day
Bike Trailers $12.00–$15.00 per day

Comfortable road bikes designed for long day rides or overnight touring. Proper sizing of bikes is important for longer trips; call or visit us to determine your size and reserve a bike. Touring bikes come with two panniers (bike bags), an emergency repair kit, and a pump. You can also rent locks, lights, and helmets. 

Bikes for a Group

One Bike $10.00 per day

Interested in hosting a bike ride for your program? We have a fleet of single-speed bikes perfect for a casual group ride. To inquire about pricing and availability, please call or email us.

Bikes for an Academic Term

One Bike $30.00 per term

UO students can loan a bike for up to four academic terms. All term loan bikes come with front and rear lights, a basket, fenders, u-lock, and optional helmet. 

Loan Process

  1. Complete the required, online bike loan orientation.
  2. Once you have completed the orientation, you will be put on our interest list.
  3. You will receive an email at the beginning of the next academic term with bike rental dates and times

Completing the required online orientation does not guarantee you a bike, but it is the first step in becoming eligible to rent a term bike.

Alternative Options

Want a bike for longer than a term or day? Consider purchasing a new or used bike from a local bike shop. Bike program staff are happy to advise you on what bike to get. Once you have your bike, take a class and keep it in good condition with the tools at our DIY workspace.