Bike

Bike

Bicycling is a great transportation option but before you start pedaling you should understand the traffic laws. Check out this great resource from the City of Cambridge to learn about navigating urban traffic safely as a cyclist, driver, pedestrian or transit rider.

Bicycle commuters are eligible for tax-free reimbursement of up to $20/month at a maximum of $240/year for the costs associated with bicycle purchase, improvement, repair and storage.

Travel across Boston, Cambridge, Somerville and Brookline on publically shared bikes. Bikes can be returned to any of the 100 stations across the network including the 12 supported by Harvard.

Harvard affiliates are strongly encouraged to register their bicycles for free with the Harvard University Police Department

Purchase discounted helmets, learn how to fix and repair your bicycle and find the location of Bike Repair Stations around campus.

Find out where on campus to park your bike.

Identify, tag, and remove abandoned bikes

Learn about shops, events, initiatives, and advocacy groups around Harvard and Metro-Boston

    Park & Pedal

    A free network of parking lot hubs allowing you to park your car in a designated spot, and pedal your bike to work. Learn more

    How to Use the Hubway Bike Share Program

    $10 Bicycle Helmets

    For sale at the Campus Services office. Cash or check only.

    Bike Repair Stations

    Bicycle Repair Stations are equipped with an air pump and basic hand tools such as screwdrivers, wrenches, and tire levers. Learn More >>

    Emergency Ride Home

    EmergencyRideHomeNARROW_iStock17374915_Header.jpgEmployees who do not drive alone to work can be reimbursed for up to four trips per year via taxi or rental car in the event of a personal or family emergency.

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