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Bike parking

With bike racks around campus, parking your bikes is convenient and easy. Bicyclists will find free racks near almost every building. Bike racks are located outside residence halls and academic buildings. Locate bicycle racks on the Campus Biking map.

Bicycles should be locked to a campus bike rack or stored in the secured bicycle storage areas in the Thomas and Delaware parking garages. The storage areas in the garages require a code that are issued when someone completes a bike registration.

Bicycles may be kept in residence hall rooms as long as all roommates agree.

Campus Safety will impound all unsecured bikes. DO NOT attach the bike to any railings, doors, foliage or anywhere other than the designated areas or your bike will be impounded by Campus Safety.

The University of Tampa is not liable for any theft or damages that may occur while the bicycle is on University property.

Bike Theft Prevention

  • Always lock your bike.
  • Bring an inexpensive bike to campus.
  • For maximum protection, use a U-lock.
  • If you have quick-release hubs, don't forget to lock your wheels and seatpost.
  • Park in a well-traveled, well-lit area.
  • Write down your bike's serial number for matching in case of theft.

Alert the police of suspicious activity.