Bicycle enclosures on campus

The campus has over forty enclosures with enough storage for more than 2000 bikes. The bike enclosure map under Related links will advise the nearest location of a bicycle shelter.

Bicycle security

Keep your bicycle secure by:

  • Locking the frame and both wheels of your bicycle to a hoop using heavy duty lock or chain.
  • Locking your bicycle even if it's inside an enclosure.
  • Keeping a record of your bicycle's details. Record the serial number, make and model of the bike and take a photo.

Take your bike home at night and on weekends. Bicycle hoops and enclosures are not to be used as storage facilities. Bikes that are regularly left overnight on campus attract thieves.

If your bicycle is stolen email ANU Security

How to sell or donate your bike

Many bikes in perfect working condition are abandoned on campus each year. There are many ways to sell or donate your bike such as:

Abandoned bikes

Bikes believed to be abandoned wil be removed from campus, in line with the Uncollected Goods Act, by Facilities & Services.

Road rules

ACT road rules apply on campus which means all cyclists must wear a helmet. If you are involved in a car or bike crash, slip or fall, it's important that you email ANU Security.