Education and Advocacy

Education and Advocacy

Bike Education

In accordance with our mission, MSU Bikes is dedicated to supporting and promoting fun and utilitarian, yet safe bicycling culture through advocacy and education.


MSU Bikes hosts a number of classes, workshops and clinics on campus designed to teach basic bicycle mechanics, proper fit, riding safely and bike commuting. Our staff provides one-on-one education and advice on the above topics for no charge to the campus community. Our Center is also a learning site for annual events like 4-H Exploration Days and Grandparent’s University. We also offer more in-depth hands-on classes at our shop and at the Educational Center of MSU Surplus & Recycling. Additionally we continue to add articles to our blog that cover miscellaneous bike maintenance, repair, riding tips, and bicycle culture topics.


MSU Bikes staff regularly meets with student, faculty, and staff representatives, campus planners, engineers, and administrators

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to discuss improvements to bicycle infrastructure. We also attend neighboring community, regional, state, and national events focused on improving bicycling facilities and related policies. The Campus Bike Programmer’s Network, which has over 260 members from all over North America, was co-founded by MSU Bikes’ own Tim Potter. The Network facilitates the sharing of information between bike program staff.

MSU Bikes
434 Farm Lane
Bessey Hall, Room B10
East Lansing, MI 48824

Phone: 517-432-3400
Fax: 517-432-2743