Bicycling at UCLA
Riding a bicycle is a fun, healthy and inexpensive way to get to campus. You don't have to be an Olympic athlete to get to class or work. There are over 2,900 free bike parking spaces in racks all over campus.
With 130 bikes at 18 hubs across campus and Westwood Village, Bruin Bike Share is perfect for short, one-way trips. UCLA staff, faculty and students can purchase an annual membership for only $60 a year or a monthly membership for $7 a month. To sign up or for more information, visit our Bruin Bike Share website.
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
Join the Earn-A-Bike program and receive a free $400 bicycle package from Helen’s Cycles in Westwood. Each package includes a bike as well as a light, lock set, helmet and Bruin Commuter Club welcome kit.
The UCLA Bike Shop supports the campus' bicycling community with DIY repairs, fee-for-service repairs, and a variety of free safety and learn-to-ride classes. Visit their website for more information.