Secure Bike Cages

Secure Bike Parking 

UC Berkeley’s Parking & Transportation department has installed three secure and covered bicycle parking facilities on campus, for use by UC affiliates.This program is offered free of charge on a first come, first served basis.

Secure Bicycle Parking provides added security for your bicycle with:

  • Access with a cal1 card.
  • Parking enforcement patrols during business hours.
  • Observation by parking attendants in facilities within parking lots on weekdays. 
  • Three covered facilities located in campus parking areas you can view on this map(link is external):

Each facility contains bicycle racks. Bicycles must be locked to a rack using a high-quality lock. Secure Bicycle parking facilities are locked and accessible only via a Cal1 Card.

Effective 8-1-2019, codes are no longer issued for the bike cages. Access to the bike cages is offered 24 hours a day, 7 days a week with Cal1 Card access. If you were assigned a code prior to 8-1-2019, you may continue to use your code to access the cages.

To apply, simply fill out the application located here(link is external). Upon approval of your application, you will receive a confirmation email to use the bike cages. Please note that it may take up to five business days to process and update to all cages.

Secure Bicycle Parking Policy

  • Users must be campus affiliates (current faculty, staff, or student) with an active appointment or currently enrolled. 
  • Users are required to possess a valid California bicycle license for all bicycles that will be housed in the secure bicycle parking facilities. Licenses are available free of charge(link is external) to campus affiliates.
  • Secure bicycle parking facilities are meant to provide secure parking for bicycle commuters and not overnight storage.
  • Bicycle storage is not allowed. Bicycles stored or left for long periods of time may be impounded.
  • Sharing of access codes is not allowed.
  • Use of access codes may be monitored to investigate misuse, theft, or property damage.
  • The University does not assume responsibility for stolen or damaged bicycles.
  • Bicycles parked in secure bicycle parking facilities must be locked to a bicycle rack using a high-quality lock.
  • Bicycles must not be locked to the enclosure can cannot impede free entry or exit of cyclists or other bicycles.