Choose a Healthy Alternative: Ride Your Bike to Campus
Parking Office to hold bike auction
Proceeds from the auction go towards campus bicycle initiatives.
Note: A valid and current MIT ID is required to participate. New this year, there is a two bike maximum purchase per individual. Payment options include credit card, cash, or local check with proper ID.
The compact size of the Boston/Cambridge area makes bicycling a popular
mode of transportation for students and employees. In addition to
riding on main streets, there are a wealth of paths, parks and bicycle-friendly
streets that can make bicycling one of your most efficient, healthy
and enjoyable forms of transportation. Since bicycling in traffic
can be a challenge, riders should be cautious and follow the rules of the road.
Blue Bikes Bike Share Membership Benefit
Current MIT employees and students can buy subsidized annual Blue Bikes memberships and ride at a discounted hourly rate. The subsidized annual membership for MIT employees and students is $35 (regularly $99). Follow these instructions to signup as a new member or renew your membership under MIT. An MIT certificate is required in order to register.
NOTE: Unpaid postdoctoral fellows or research fellows, see separate instructions.
Bicycle Commuter Benefit
Full-time MIT employees who commute to work by bicycle and are not enrolled in another MIT commuting benefit program are eligible for reimbursements related to their commute. For more information about bicycle commuter benefits, click here.
Members of the MIT community can register their bicycles with the MIT Parking and Transportation Office. Register your bike online to deter theft and to help recover your bike if it is stolen.
The MIT Parking & Transportation Office administers bicycle compounds located in the rear of Building 13, under Building E53 in the Hermann Garage, and in Building E62. Cards to access to the compounds can be requested by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Your bicycle must be registered with the MIT Parking & Transportation Office in order to gain access to a secure bike compound.
There are eight bicycle fix-it stations
The bicycle fix-it station outside of Building E15 on campus to help bicycle commuters maintain their bicycles for more efficient and safe commuting. Each fix-it station is equipped with an air pump and basic hand tools such as screwdrivers, wrenches, and tire levers. The fix-it stations are located by the following buildings:
- Building 9
- Building 32
- basement of Building 32
- Building E15
- Building E51
- Building NW35
- Building W35
- Building W85
To find a bicycle fix-it station, check out the MIT bike map.
MIT's Bicycle Commuter (Moira) Email List
To receive and share news or tips related to bicycle commuting at MIT, join the MIT Bike moira email list. Sign-up by emailing email@example.com and specifying your request to join the MIT Bike email list.
To unsubscribe from the MIT Bike moira email list, go to your Moira subscription list and click "Remove Me".