UWF Bike Shop

This page provides information on Instruction, repairs, supplies, rentals, and yellow bikes.

Bike Shop Services

  • Flat Repair
  • Cleanings
  • Tune-ups
  • Overhauls
  • Part Replacement
  • Bike Assembly
  • Learn how to fix your bike for free
    • open to all registered bicycles

Bike Shop Products 

  • Purchase spare tubes, cables, and chain lube at the HLS Facility Service Desk.
  • Bike Rentals: $75 for one semester or $125 for two semesters.
    • Bike rentals purchases include the bike, lock, helmet, and all routine maintenance

Follow this link to view/download the Bicycle Rental Contract.

The UWF SGA has installed Bike Repair kiosks at the following locations:

  • By the Commons, in front of the bookstore side entrance
  • In front of Heritage Hall
Outdoor Center/Bike Shop Hours Fall/Spring
Monday 10:00 am - 2:00 pm
Friday 10:00 am - 2:00 pm

Check out our shop at Building 209, Room 3!

For more information and/or questions about the Bike Shop, please contact outdooradventure@uwf.edu.

Graphic of a yellow bike

Yellow Bike 2.0

The community bike share program is back, with a new twist.

UWF Recreation and Wellness, along with Outdoor Adventures, offers free Yellow Bikes to students in need. Come to the Bike Shop (Bldg 209) with a donation of two cans of yellow spray paint, Sun Yellow, and get your Yellow Bike today. All you have to do from there is invest a little time and a good lock.

In case you haven’t heard of them, Yellow Bikes are created from abandoned bicycles, painted yellow and converted into a simple commuting bike for around campus. Instead of turning these loose for productive but short lifespans, Yellow Bikes will now be donated to a student upon request. Each student can request one Yellow Bike. All we ask in return is that you consider donating your Yellow Bike back to Recreation and Wellness once you've graduated.

Campus Biking Trails

Located on the westernmost 600 acres of campus (a.k.a. Campus Woods), these diverse and challenging Biking & Hiking Trails are enjoyed by hikers, cyclists, geocache, and equestrian enthusiasts. Trail etiquette necessitates those on foot yield to horses while cyclists yield to foot traffic and equestrians. Motorcycles and off-road vehicles are not permitted on campus trails. The UWF Cycling Club hosts orientation rides touring the 20+ miles of trails on campus. An interactive map is available.