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Borrow a Bike

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Dear campus community,

The Middlebury campus bike shop, with the support of library circulation services and the department of public safety, is proud to announce the Middlebury Bikeshare Program. This pilot program will serve to gauge interest in a more extensive bikeshare program, as well as to serve current campus cycling needs. Bikes will now be available for a 24 hour check-out at the Davis Family Library. In order to participate in the program you must:

1. Sign up for the program and sign the liability waiver at go/bikeshare 

2. Receive your Middlebury Bikeshare Program sticker from the campus bike shop during regular operating hours.  – Hours are Monday-Thursday: 7- 10 pm; Friday-Saturday: 3- 6 pm. Bike shop is located in the basement of Adirondack House

3. Present your student ID card, with sticker attached, at the Davis Family library to check out a bike.

4. Return bike, with lock and key securely attached, within 24 hours, or risk a frozen library account and return fines.

Special thanks to Wayne Darling of the Department of Public Safety, as well as Dan Frostman of Library Circulation Services, and all others that helped to make this program a reality.

Happy riding!

- The Middlebury Campus Bike Shop

Reserved Bike Sale Bikes

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For those who were unable to attend the Bike Shop bike sale on Saturday, September 14, because of Yom Kippur observances, the bike shop would like you to know that a portion of the sale inventory was retained to provide an opportunity for those interested in purchasing a bike.  Email the bike shop <bikeshop@middlebury.edu> to arrange a time to see the bikes.

Student Bike Shop Bike Sale

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The Student Bike Shop will hold their annual fund raising bike sale the first weekend of the school year. The Bike Sale will be September 14 at 9:00 AM at 82 Adirondack View.

  • The sale is open to all Middlebury College ID card holders.
  • Small groups will be admitted to sale area at 15 minute intervals starting at 9:00 AM. Those at the front of the line will be admitted first.
  • Student bike shop workers will be available for consultation.
  • Payment is by cash or check.
  • Bikes are sold as is and most need some work.
  • The bike shop will provide instruction, tools and used parts for those who want to fix bikes purchased in the sale.  This service is free.