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Biking is a great option for students and staff alike. Get your exercise while also creating a carbon-free commute to campus.

Those who choose to bike to CSULB enjoy “parking” right next to their destinations and saving the cost of a parking permit. Check out the Long Beach City bike map and safety tips to increase your confidence and perhaps trying this new option of traveling to campus. 

There are also many resources on campus to support you including bike fix-it stations at the VIC and Parking Office along with U-Locks and bike lights available at the from the campus bookstore.

Long Beach Bike Share

The Long Beach Bike Share program has eight drop zones on campus and over 35 bikes available. Download the Social Bicycles Mobile App to view all an interactive map of all Bike Share stations and reserve a bike using your mobile device. Please visit the ​LB Bike Share FAQ for more information.

Students, staff and faculty can enjoy a CSULB discount for Long Beach Bike Share of $7.50/month providing up to 90 min of ride time per day. Follow the simple steps below!

How to sign-up:

Step 1 - Go to
Step 2 - Select “Become a Member” > “See Additional Options” > "Student Plan"
Step 3 - Enter your "" or "" email address to sign up
Step 4 - Download the Social Bicycles App to check out the bikes near you
Step 5 - That's it! Enjoy your ride!

Campus Bike Lanes and Racks

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For safety, bicycles must be parked at one of the bicycle racks located throughout campus. View the Campus Wheel Paths Map for the locations of bike lanes and racks on campus.

Bike Pump and Tool Kit

A bicycle pump and a 48 piece kit of commonly used bike tools are available in the Parking Office, Monday-Friday, 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Simply present your campus ID to check out the supplies in need.

CSULB Cyclist Discount

Present your CSULB ID card at JAX Bicycle Center on Bellflower Blvd. and Spring St. to receive a 10% discount on all regularly priced bikes, accessories, and service.

Bicycle Theft Prevention and Recovery

We recommend the use of a U-Lock device rather than a chain or cable to protect your bike. Registering your bike also provides helpful information to law enforcement in the event your bike is stolen and increases the likelihood that your bike will be recovered. To obtain a bicycle license, contact University Police at 562.985.4101. The service is free. Please bring proof of purchase, if available.