York University encourages and supports cycling as a sustainable transportation alternative.
Secure Bike Enclosures
York University’s Keele Campus offers two (2) secured bike enclosures for use by community members. They are conveniently located at either end of the campus, one is in the Arboretum Lane Parking Garage, the other enclosure is in the Student Services Parking Garage.
These enclosures offer protection against theft, vandalism, and inclement weather. They are monitored 24/7 by CCTV and are only accessible to community members that are registered for use and have key access.
They are located on street level just inside the main entrances to each garage for easy access. There is a small fee of $20 per year to use these bike enclosures, this fee goes towards supporting improvements and upkeep.
Please contact the Parking Office for additional information.
All main buildings on campus are equipped with bicycle racks where bikes can be securely locked.
DIY Repair Stations
York University has 4 DIY Bike Repair Stations on campus (3 at the Keele Campus and 1 at Glendon).
Keele Campus Locations:
1) Tait McKenzie (south side)
2) Campus Walk (outside the Behavioural Science Building)
3) Accolade East (east side of the building)
Glendon Campus Location:
1) York Hall (outside B Wing)
The City of Toronto's cycling map shows bicycle lanes, paths and routes to help you plan your recreational and commuter trips in Toronto. It also provides cycling resources, safety tips, information about the Toronto Bike Plan.
For more information on cycling in the City of Toronto, such as: safety & education, winter cycling, CAN-Bike Courses, and other resources, visit their website.
York Region Cycling
The York Region cycling map shows bicycle lanes, paths and routes to help you plan your recreational and commuter trips in York Region. It also provides cycling resources, safety tips, information about cycling in York Region.
Campus walkways are shared-use zones. Cyclists must show courtesy to pedestrians at all times, especially in high traffic areas.