I Bike UIC
UIC is a Bike Friendly University
The University of Illinois at Chicago is well connected to Chicago’s on-street bike network, and has secured bike parking at nearly every campus building. Several Divvy stations on the UIC campus provide convenient transportation for getting around on campus or commuting from downtown train stations.
Get Discounts on DIVVY Bike Share
Divvy is a fun and affordable way to get around the city. UIC offers discounts to students, faculty and staff. The cost of a Divvy Annual Membership is $89 for faculty and staff and $75 for students.
Learn more about DIVVY in Chicago.
Helpful Tips for Commuting by Bike
If you need quick maintenance on your bike like more air in your tires, you can stop by one of the student centers to borrow a Bike Pump, Repair Kit, or Use a Fix-It Station. Visit the first floor managers service window rents out a repair kit and bike pump with valid i-Card. Fix-It Stations are located outside SCE near the west and east entrances. There is also a Fix-It Station just outside of the MSB entrance at 835 W Wolcott ave.
If you are a member of Campus Rec, you can rent a bike tool kit after swiping your i-Card. If you are a resident in Campus Housing, check with of the bike repair kits.
Showers are available
Should you need to shower before going to work or class, simply visit one of the Rec centers on campus and you can use the showers in the locker rooms for up to 30 minutes. (Open to all UIC faculty, students & staff with valid i-Card and bike helmet.)
Abandoned Bicycle Policy & Theft
UIC strives to maintain its bike parking spaces. UIC Facilities Management helps to remove abandoned bikes to help make way for others.It’s important to register your bicycle. The UIC Police can try to help if your bike gets stolen when your bike is registered.Please report theft, damage, or suspicious activity by calling (312) 355-5555.
Always lock your bike to a secured bike rack with a U-lock around the frame and the wheel. Use a cable to double-down on anti-theft techniques around the other wheel and the U-lock. Trust us!
Check Out Local Bicycle Resources
Click the links below for more bike-related tips.