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October is ASU Bike Month

The month-long event is a collaboration between ASU Parking and Transit Services, ASU Cycling and University Sustainability Practices designed to encourage and promote bicycling on the ASU campuses. 

Bike Month Calendar

Bike Month Kick-Off @ Food Truck Thursdays at ASU

Thursday,Oct. 1 | 11 a.m. – 1:30 p.m.

Sixth Street and College Avenue

Friday Social Cruise

Friday, Oct. 2, Oct. 9, Oct. 23, Oct. 30 | 5 p.m.

Sponsored by ASU Cycling

Meet at the fountain at Old Main

For more information, contact Constantin Schreiber.

*Helmets and headlights required

Women’s-Only Ride

Wednesday, Oct. 7, Oct. 21, Oct. 28 | 5 p.m.

Meet at the Fountain at Old Main

For more information, contact Alissa Albrecht.

ASU vs. Colorado football game Bike Tailgate

Saturday, Oct. 10 | 4:30 p.m.

Parking lot located on Sixth Street and Forest Ave.

  • Bike co-op booth for bike repairs
  • Show your Sun Devil spirit for this black-out game

Graduate Student Ride

Sunday, Oct. 3, Oct. 10, Oct. 24 and Oct. 31 | 8 a.m.

McCord Hall, courtyard 

For more information, contact Zachary Cohen.

Twitter Costume Contest

Friday, Oct. 30

  • Tweet a picture to @ASUTransit of your Halloween costume while a riding a bike on campus to be entered win a Starbuck’s gift card

ASU Cycling Open House

Wednesday, Oct. 7 | 7:30 p.m.

Guest Speaker: Dr. Michael Puchowicz, ASU sports medicine physician

Topic: Structured training for peak performance during a target race or event

Coor Hall, Room 120

For more information, contact Scott Jones

2015 Mountain Bike Southwest Collegiate Conference Regionals

Oct. 10 – 11 | 8 a.m. – 2 p.m.

Cheer on the ASU Cycling Team

McDowell Regional Park

For more information, contact Constantin Schreiber

Caught Green Handed

Monday Oct, 5, Oct. 19 and Oct. 26 | 10 a.m. – 1 p.m.

Wednesday Oct. 7, Oct. 21 and Oct 28 | 10 a.m. – 1 p.m.

  • University Sustainability Practices will be on the ASU campuses to award prizes to Sun Devils who demonstrate sustainable practices, including riding a bike, carrying re-usable water bottles or taking public transportation.


Bike Roundup

Each year, abandoned bicycles from across the ASU campuses are collected and delivered to ASU Surplus Property, where all unclaimed bicycles are sold at auction.

To reclaim a bicycle believed to have been collected during the June 2015 bike roundup, owners of reclaimed bicycles must contact ASU Surplus Property at 480.965.4414 and provide the following information:

  • Complete description of bicycle
  • Date when bicycle was last seen
  • Last location of where bicycle was parked


ASU Designated Gold-level Bicycle Friendly campus

ASU is a gold-level Bicycle Friendly University, as designated by the League of American Bicyclists. The league recognizes higher-learning institutions that foster sustainable, productive and efficient cycling environments. Learn more


Bicycling at ASU 

More than 15,000 people bike to and from ASU's four campuses each day.

With increased bike traffic on campus, many enhancements have been made to improve the safety and convenience of biking. These improvements include 165 miles of bikeways in Tempe alone, bicycle lanes and paths throughout the city and on the Tempe campus and numerous bike racks are available on all ASU campuses.

View the Bike Map


Bicycle Registration

Bicycle registration is FREE and required for ASU students, faculty and staff. Registration may help deter bike theft and could help recover your bike in the event of theft. Registered bicyclists are also eligible to purchase an Eco-Pass from Parking & Transit Services. Learn more the Eco-Pass

Registration is a two-part process.

1. Click the button below to begin the registration process.

2. Follow the steps to complete your registration in your confirmation email.


Additional bicycle registration benefits include:

  • Automatic enrollment and access to the Tempe and Downtown Phoenix campus card-access bike parking facilities (once registration is complete and bicycle permit decal has been issued).
  • Now that we have your bicycle registration number and contact information, we can communicate with you about information pertaining to your bicycle on campus and other bicycling-related activities and events.
  • Registration may help in the recovery of your bicycle in the event it is stolen.
  • The permit decal may deter theft because the would-be thief knows that the bicycle is on record with ASU Police and available to the City of Tempe (name and bicycle information only).
  • Random drawings for some great prizes will be held throughout the school year for registered cyclists.

In order to register, you will need to know the serial number, make, model and color of your bicycle. Most manufacturers stamp a serial number on each bicycle before it leaves the factory. A serial number, along with the make and model of your bicycle is crucial information for the police to be able to properly identify recovered bicycles and locate rightful owners. The following areas of a bicycle may include serial numbers: 

Bike registration



  1. Under the Bottom Bracket, stamped on the frame between the cranks (most common location). May also be stamped on the top of the bracket.
  2. On a Rear Stay (often near or on the dropout).
  3. On the Seat Tube: May be on the front or the back of the tube, and near the top or the bottom.
  4. On the Head Tube
  5. On the down Tube





If you have questions about where your bicycle serial number is located, please contact the ASU Bicycle Program at 480.965.6124, Menu Option 3.


Card-Access Bicycle Parking


  • South of Payne Hall on the Tempe campus
  • On Palm Walk just north of Tyler Mall on the Tempe campus
  • On Taylor Mall on the Downtown Phoenix campus

Rates: Free

How it Works: 

  • Available for day use to any student, employee or affiliate with a valid ASU ID who completed registration of his/her bicycle.
  • The facilities have 64 spaces available on a first-come, first-served basis.
  • Cyclists are required to securely lock their bicycles within the facility.

Questions? Call 480.965.6124, Menu Option 3 or email for more information. 



Bicycle Valet

Bicycle valet stations can accommodate up to 200 bicycles and provides free, supervised bicycle parking on a first-come, first-served basis.

Locations & Hours:

  • East side of the Memorial Union; on the south side of Orange Mall between the MU and the Physical Education West building
    • Hours of Operation During the Fall and Spring Semesters:
      • Monday – Thursday, 7:15 a.m. – 9 p.m.; Friday, 7:15 a.m. – 6 p.m.
      • No service on weekends or university holidays
      • Call 480.965.6124, Menu Option 2, for assistance weekdays between close and 9:30 p.m.
  • Next to the Noble Science Library
    • Hours of Operation During the Fall and Spring Semesters:
      • Monday – Friday: 7:15 a.m. – 6 p.m.
      • No service on weekends or university holidays
      • Call 480.965.6124, Menu Option 2, for assistance weekdays between close and 9:30 p.m.

Rates: Free of charge

How it Works:

  • The valet attendant will issue you a claim tag.
  • While you are away, your bicycle remains secure at the attended station.
  • To claim your bicycle, present your claim tag to the valet attendant.

Questions? Call 480.965.6124, Menu Option 3, or email for more information.