Bike Centre

Bicycle Rental Program

The Bike Centre is now doing monthly Bike Rentals for the rest of the Spring Term. Please see the Bike Centre rental program registration page on the Ticketfi website for more information and rental prices.

We will soon be posting information regarding our Fall 2017 Bike Rental Program! Stay Tuned!

Prices

2 & 3 speed bikes   
8-speed bikes

$75/term (plus $200 damage deposit)
$95/term (plus $300 damage deposit)

Payments and deposits will be payable in cash or debit only when picking up your bicycle.

Each rental bicycle comes with reflectors, front and rear lights, and a U-lock and cable.

Bicycle Models

The following bicycle models will be available for rental:

 

NORCO CITY GLIDE 8IGH (medium and large)

 

NORCO CITY GLIDE 2SPD (small, medium and large)

 

NORCO CITY GLIDE 3IGH MIXTE (small & medium)

Hours of Operation 

Monday 8:30 a.m. - 2:30 p.m.
Tuesday 10:30 a.m. - 2:30 p.m.
Wednesday 10:30 a.m. - 2:30 p.m.
Thursday 8:30 a.m. - 2:30 p.m.
Friday 10:30 a.m. - 2:30 p.m.

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Where is the Bike Centre

The Bike Centre is in the northwest corner of the Student Life Centre. You can get to us from the outside by our door in that corner of the building (on the Ring Road side of the SLC loading docks) or from inside the SLC by walking down the hallway past the CIBC and the Apple II hair stylists in the basement. The room number is SLC 0101.

How the Bike Centre Works

We charge $1/hr for use of the tools and $1 if you use any of the fluids. Both charges are flat rate.

We have new parts for sale, too!

  • Inner Tubes - $3 (26" presta valve) or $4.50 (26", 27", & 700c sizes) 
  • Brake & Shift Cables: $3
  • Brake & Shift Housing: $2/ft
  • Patch Kits: $2.50 (regular) or $4 (gluessless)
  • Ankle Straps: $4

The fluids available are oil (suitable for your chain), lube (the thick gooey stuff to be used on bearings), and citrus-based solvent (for helping get rid of the old gooey stuff).

We have the tools for most routine maintenance. 

What we don't have are tools that are specific for disc brakes, suspension fork or shock, frame straightening, pressing in headset cups, or for weird/cutting-edge/high-end parts.

How to Contact the Bike Centre

Email: bikecentre@feds.ca
Phone: (519) 888-4567 x35174
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