Cycling Services and Facilities - Transport - Sustainability - University of Canterbury - New Zealand
Secure Cycle Stands
How to use the UC bike pumps
Lockers
Bike Paths

Campus Cycling Services and Facilities

Dr Bike

Dr Bike is a free weekly service provided by the UC Sustainability Office during term time, where students and staff can have their bicycles looked at and fixed up by Dr Bike mechanics. This service provides basic maintenance and repairs such as punctures repair, tuning brakes and oiling chains.

Dr Bike is available only during term time, when most students are on campus.

When: 12pm-1pm, Tuesdays

Where: C Block lawn- in front of Central Lecture Theatres

For any queries about Dr Bike email sustainability@canterbury.ac.nz

Bike Repair Station

A bike repair station with a variety of basic bike mechanic tools is located between the Puaka/James Hight building and North Arts lecture theatre. This is available on a 24/7 basis.

Secure and Open Cycle Stands

Electronically accessed, video-surveillance monitored bike parks. Simply swipe your Canterbury Card to get access. Please make sure that you still lock your bike.

The location of bike stands may change due to ongoing campus remediation due to earthquake damage. Go to the UC Interactive campus map for updates on the location of secure and open bike stands.

Air Pumps

An air pump with pressure guage is located in each of the secure cycle stands.
If you find that one of the air pumps is broken, please report this to the UC Sustainability Office

.See how to use the UC bike pumps here (PDF, 316 KB)

Puncture-repair kits

Tyre levers and puncture repair patches and glue can be borrowed from the Security Office (114 Ilam Road). Leave your Canterbury Card as deposit.

Showers

Some showers on campus are available for cyclists travelling a long distance. They can be found in Engineering, Forestry and Fine Arts.

Lockers

Available on a first padlock in, first served basis.

Lockers are also available in Law and Engineering buildings.

Bike paths

Cyclists can use both the campus roads and pedestrian paths, but please always be considerate of other path/road users. If you are biking between the University's main and Dovedale sites, a shared cycle/walk way links Waimairi and Ilam Roads via Ilam Fields.

 

 

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    University of Canterbury
    Private Bag 4800
    Christchurch 8140 
    New Zealand
  • sustainability@canterbury.ac.nz
    Phone: +64 3 369 5503 or +64 3 369 5575
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