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Center for Sustainability

Center for Sustainability

Transportation

Reducing carbon-emissions through facilitating alternative transportation methods is a big part of the DU sustainability goals. Check out the on and off-campus resources you can utilize to make your commute to work a little more sustainable:

GoTober 2017

Go-Tober is officially here! Are you ready to go, go, GO?! Help DU be the first in our class this year. Be sure to track all your trips on gotober.com and win! To enter, track 8 or more one-way trips during the month of October. Winners will be announced each Friday during the Go-Tober Challenge. Log your trips and post your progress using #WayToGoTober and #OneDU to win.

Lyft Pilot

DU community members can signup to be part of a pilot project in Fall 2017. Promo codes get you discounts on rides to the light rail station and across campus. Visit du.edu/lyft to sign up for your codes and learn more about the project.

PioGears Bike Shop

Piogears Bike Shop provides on campus fixes free to anyone with a DU ID and a registered bike. Complicated work will not be accepted, but will be referred to Campus Cycles or other local shops and any parts required must be paid for by the bike owner. Visit the Piogears Underground bike shop in the basement of Nagel Hall for bicycle repairs. The hours for Piogears Underground can we found on their Facebook page.

Register your bike

Do you ride your bike to campus? Please register it to help prevent theft. This is an annual process managed through Parking and Mobility Services.

Transportation Education Classes

The Center for Sustainability offers bike commuting and mechanics classes quarterly.  For dates and registration, look for announcements on our facebook site and various campus list servs.

Are you interested in learning how to repair your own bike? Bike mechanic classes are offered by the Piogears Underground bike shop in partnership with Bikes Together (the Bike Depot). 

Bike Festival: Wednesday, October 25, 2017 from 12-3pm

Bike Festival: Mark your calendars for October 25 from 12-3 on Driscoll Green. Bike festival includes: bike sale (cash or check only, starts promptly at 12), photos with your bike, food from Snooze, bike fix station, fix a flat class, and much more!

Bike Share

The current bike share program is a student-driven, Center-supported program that aims to provide low cost bike rentals to students to use for the entire quarter. For $25 a quarter plus a $100 deposit or $75 a year plus a $100 deposit, students are provided bike rental, and University approved U-lock, as well as free tune-up. Deposits are returned when the bike. The bike share program is supported in part by Bikes Together.

  • How Do I Sign Up?
    • Bikes are rented on a first-come, first-serve basis during the first week of classes to students who arrive in person at the PioGears Underground Bike Shop in the Nagel basement (or at Driscoll Green, weather permitting). There are a limited number of bikes, so interested students should plan to arrive as quickly as possible! Remember, all payment is check or cash only
  • What Are the Bikes Like?
    • There are several styles of bikes. Including Origin-8 Cutler CB and Atlas X-Types, as well as a mix of road, mountain, and single speeds. These bikes are perfect for riding around campus, to the grocery store, and other nearby areas.