Bikes on Campus

Amenities Map

Use this map to find bike racks, lockers, fix-it stations, sharrows and mixed use paths around campus.

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Bike Racks

Bike racks are located throughout campus, providing cyclists with a convenient place to secure their bikes. Bicycles should be locked to a bike rack using a u-bolt lock and cable combination. Please do not lock your bike to fences, signposts, disability ramps, stair railings, or trees.

Bikes locked in places other than bike racks may impede pedestrian or vehicular traffic and are subject to impoundment.

If you would like to order a bike rack for your building, please submit a request through Service2Facilities.

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Bike Lockers

While bike racks are located throughout campus providing cyclists with a convenient place to secure their bikes, the university also provides a limited number of bike lockers to the community. 


All 16 bicycle lockers are fully enclosed and made from durable stainless steel, offering protection from inclement weather. There is also room for your helmet, riding shoes, and other accessories.


Bike lockers are located east of the Lane Avenue Parking Garage, just north of the Fisher College of Business.


Locker rentals are $10.00 per month and are available per month or on an annual basis. The annual usage price is $100.00 per year, payable in advance. A refundable deposit of $20.00 will also be charged for the key and lock core.

Customer Eligibility

All university affiliates, including students, faculty, and staff, are eligible to rent a bike locker.

How to Rent

Visit the Transportation and Traffic Management Office in order to fill out a bike locker application and rental agreement, as well as make payment for your bike locker.

Please note that bike lockers are rented on a first-come, first-served basis. If lockers are unavailable at the time of request, your name will be added to a waitlist until a locker becomes available.


Bug Your Bike

Bike registration is strongly encouraged.  Not only is it free, but a registered bike that is lost or stolen is more likely to be found and returned.

The Ohio State University, the City of Columbus, and the Central Ohio Transit Authority (COTA) have teamed up to expand the campus Bug Your Bike bicycle registration program city-wide. The City of Columbus Bug Your Bike program, which includes bicycle registration and a radio frequency identification device (RFID) for bicycles, is free. A registered bicycle that is lost or stolen is more likely to be found and returned. Registration can be completed online at is external) or during select cycling / special events on campus.