As part of Brown's commitment to alternative transportation options, the University provides resources and promotes programs related to biking to and around campus. A green alternative to driving, biking is wonderful for your health and the air you breathe.
Brown has bicycle racks in convenient places all around campus, offers bicycle registration to discourage theft, has a student group renting and repairing bikes called Bikes@Brown, and is working with various civic groups to help promote cycling in the city of Providence.
Finding bicycle routes around Providence and racks to store your bike can be difficult, which is why we have compiled a set of maps to help.
- Bicycle Racks at Brown and in surrounding neighborhoods
- All Providence Bike Routes (current and proposed)
If you think your bike has been stolen, contact the Brown Department of Public Safety at 401-863-3322.
To discourage theft, we highly suggest registering your bicycle with the Department of Public Safety. Additionally, U-shaped locks are an easy way to secure your bike, as cable locks are much more susceptible to cutting and facilitate theft.
Bikes@Brown is a student group that provides bike rentals and repairs based out of the Urban Environmental Lab Garage (135 Angell St.). For more information about Bikes@Brown, please visit their homepage.
If you need another repair shop, please consult this map of repair shops in Providence.