Bikes

Bike UA

Bikes on Campus

To encourage cycling not only on campus, but as a means of transportation in general, bicycle parking is free and bike racks are located throughout campus. In addition to being healthy and environmentally friendly, cycling helps decrease traffic congestion and makes parking a little easier.

News and Announcements

VeoRide Celebrates One-Year, Eyes 100,000 Rides

VeoRide Optimizes Service Area and Introduces 'Hubs'

When Finished Riding a VeoRide Bike, Here's Where to Park It

Good Parking Habits Encouraged Amid Record-Setting Bike Share Launch


 

Bus with Bike

 

Bike & Bus

Razorback Transit has bicycle racks on all routes and makes regular stops at major off-campus living and shopping areas and all around campus. This is a great solution for anyone who wants to bike on campus but is concerned about the big hills, doesn't have time to bike the entire way, and/or doesn't want to get sweaty. It's also a good option for regular cyclists when severe weather occurs.

Worried about the hills once you get to campus? Use Google Maps to find bike routes with mostly flat terrain.


Bike Share

In partnership with the City of Fayetteville and Experience Fayetteville, the University of Arkansas is proud to announce the addition of the VeoRide bike share program to Northwest Arkansas.

VeoRide makes bike sharing simple. Just locate a bike on the app, scan to unlock it, and in seconds, you’ll be on your way. Once you’ve reached your destination, just park the bike in a rack or other designated area, and slide the built-in lock closed to stop the fare and end your trip.

VeoRide Pricing

VeoRide Pricing

Equity Pricing

We are committed to serving all members of the community. Equity pricing discounts are available for low income families. To learn more, email hello@veoride.com or call 1-855-836-2256.

If a VeoRide bike is parked in an area where it should not be, please contact VeoRide at 855-836-2256 or hello@veoride.com to report the problem bike. If you can locate the bike’s ID number (located on the handlebar or lock), please report that information to them. Otherwise, inform them of the bike’s address.