We have created a safety video for you to watch that includes all bike laws you are required to follow, as well as safety tips. On the sign-up form you will answer 5 questions about the video. Once you have completed this and signed the waiver terms and conditions, you have completed your training.
Bikes will be available for check-out in April.
In order to properly complete the check-in, users are required to return the key, lock, and any other equipment to the Outdoor Pursuits Center. Operating hours for the Outdoor Pursuits Center are as follows:
Monday – Friday: 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.
Saturday & Sunday: Noon – 6 p.m.
Bikes can be checked out for up to seven days. The bike must be returned to the Outdoor Pursuits Center by closing hours of the seventh day or late fines will be assessed. You are responsible for the bike while it is in your possession; take it home and lock it up well. In the event the bike is stolen or damaged, you will be held liable.
The Outdoor Pursuits Center is responsible for checking bikes in and out, upkeep and maintenance, assessing fines, and general program design.
Yes, bikes come with a lock/key, and can be checked out with front and rear lights (required by state law for night rides) and/or a helmet (which is strongly recommended).
Yes, the person checking out the bike is responsible for its safe return to the Outdoor Pursuits Center as well as the safe return of the helmet, lock/key, and bike lights. Be sure to report any damage to the Outdoor Pursuits Center before you take the bike.
In the event of an unforeseen situation, such as a bike or lock malfunction that, be sure to notify the Outdoor Pursuits Center and provide them with the details of the situation and whether you will be able to return the bike or not. You should also send an email to email@example.com with details regarding your situation.
Helmets are provided as a part of the program. If a helmet is checked out, you will be responsible for its safe return. It is strongly encouraged that the helmet is worn, as demonstrated in the bike safety video.