Bike Share Program
The Bike Share Program is completely funded through the students' Green Fee.
Currently, students can "rent" a bicycle free of charge at the Fitness Center; students may check out a bicycle from 7:00 AM- 8:00 PM with a swipe of their eagle card. Speak with whoever is at the desk and they will provide you with a bike lock so that you can secure the bike wherever you go. Bicycle racks are located outside of every building on campus, and students may take the bikes wherever they would like, on- and off-campus, as long as it is returned within the time period.
The Tennessee Tech Bike Share program is an easy way to practice sustainability, conserve gas, and encourage physical activity on campus. In addition to the bicycles, the program allows students to rent locks and helmets for campus use.
For more information, contact the Campus Recreation and Fitness center:
Mike Storch, Evening Supervisor
Tech B.I.K.E. Club is a student-led organization intended to promote engagement in cycling to support sustainable lifestyles and community on campus. The club hosts events and group rides for interested cyclists on campus.
For more information, contact the Office of Sustainability at: firstname.lastname@example.org and follow their Instagram @wingsup_pedalup
Bike Repair Stations:
Bicycle repair stations are made available to students that offer tire pumps and tools
for basic maintenance. There are currently two on campus, with locations being at
the center of the Capital Quad residence halls, and near the entrance of New Hall
Tennessee Tech news article on Bike Repair Stations.
For more information on bike trails in Cookeville check out Cookeville.bike and Tennessee Central Heritage Rail Trail.
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