Bike Collective Mechanic Working on a Bike

Bike Collective

The Bike Collective grew out of a desire from Westminster students to minimize campus traffic and reduce their carbon emissions. The collective believes that cycling connects people to one another and seeks to promote environmental and individual health.

Contact the Environmental Center (environmentalcenter@westminstercollege.edu) with any questions.

Location: Follow the path (marked with a bike collective sign) across the North Parking Structure entrance on 1200 East. 

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Fix-it Kit

Need to fix a flat or make a quick adjustment? The Bike Collective has a bike stand, bike pump, and a few basic tools available Monday through Friday in the Environmental Center. Stop by the center with your bike and ask for the Fix-it Kit. The Bike Collective also has tubes, patch kits, and U-locks for sale.

Appointment with a Bike Tech

The Bike Collective has a full bike shop and an expert mechanic on staff. If you need help fixing your bike, set up a free appointment. This is a great way to get your bike back on the road and learn some repair skills while you’re at it. To secure your spot, fill out the appointment request form.

Long-Term Bike Rental

The Bike Collective offers a limited number of long-term bike rentals. The rental term length is one month with the option to renew for many months. If you’re interested in renting a bike, fill out the Long-Term Bike Rental Application Form. Email (environmentalcenter@westminstercollege.edu) or stop by the Environmental Center if you have any questions about the program.

Clinics, Group Rides, and Other Events

The Environmental Center Facebook page has information on upcoming clinics, group rides, and other events.

Bike Routes and Safety Resources

Many people want to make biking a part of their transportation mix but are worried about road safety and where to ride or have questions about which roads have bike lanes, what the rules of the road are, how you can make sure cars see you, and how to know if your helmet fits properly. The City of Salt Lake has an online resource that answers these questions and many more, including providing details about local bike routes.