Cycling at CSUSB
Cycling is great for the environment, your pocket, and your health. CSUSB Adventure is dedicated to supporting cyclists by promoting resources and providing educational and recreational programs. Our goal is to make cycling at CSUSB a safe and enjoyable experience.
Campus Bike Share Program
The campus bicycle share program Zagster is available for use by students, faculty and staff. Just download the Zagster App and sign up for a yearly membership that allows you to have unlimited 1-hour rides for free or pay by the hour ($1 per hour). On campus, there are three locations where the bicycles are stationed: The Student Health Center, Student Recreation and Wellness Center (SRWC) and the Social and Behavioral Sciences building. The SRWC also checks out bike helmets for free.
On Campus Flat Repair
Have a flat tire? The Adventure Program inside the SRWC offers flat repair service during our equipment rental hours Monday - Friday 2pm - 6pm. The cost to replace your tube is $7. Tubes are sold for $5 if you would like to change your own flat. We also offer free lube for your chain!
Cycling Workshops and Trips
Adventure offers on campus workshops and cycling trips in the community and off campus. We hope you join us for one of our upcoming trips or workshops. Some events require registration and fees.
Campus Bicycle Rack Locations
Bicycle racks located throughout campus are the only appropriate places to secure bicycles. Bicycles must be parked in bicycle racks or in any parking area specifically designated or marked as a bicycle area. Bicycles shall not be secured to railings, hand rails or guard rails, including, but not limited to, those railings or other objects that may be required by persons with mobility impairments. Illegally parked bicycles may be cited and/or impounded. The Public Safety and Parking Services departments do not assume responsibility for locks cut for bicycle impoundment. For additional information on bicycle policies and regulations, please visit Bicycle Policy. Individuals with visual or mobility impairments should always exercise caution around bicycle rack areas.