Own your own Bike?
KSU Bike Shop offers a full range of services at no additional cost:
- Gear Adjustment
- Brake Adjustment
- Bearings Adjustment
- Air in Tires
- Safety Inspections
- Lube Chain
Services from minor adjustments to full tune-ups on patron owned bikes. All replacement parts must be provided by the patron. All bikes are welcome.
The Marietta Campus Bike Shop can provide bicycle services. All bicycle check outs and semester long rentals must be checked out from Kennesaw Campus.
- Bike Cleaning: $5
- Wheel Build: $15
- Spoke Replacement: $10
- Wheel True: $5
- Bearing Rebuild: $5
- Full Tune-Up: $25
- Parts Installation: $5
- New Bike Assembly: $25
All bikes being serviced must be picked up same day or a $25.00 per day storage fee will be charged.
3-Day Bike Checkout (Kennesaw Campus Only)
Short-Term bike checkout is a three (3) day checkout at no additional cost. Mountain bikes or commuter style bikes are available for check out for three (3) weekdays, or five (5) days if covered over the weekend.
Patrons will be charged a $25.00 per day late fee for bikes not returned after the three (3) day checkout period and $2.00 per item each day late on helmets and seat bags.
Semester Long Bike Rentals (Kennesaw Campus Only)
The KSU Bike Shop also offers long-term rentals for $50 per semester.
All long-term rental bicycles include a helmet and lock. All long-term rentals are for the entire semester. In order to checkout or rent a KSU bicycle or equipment, patrons must have a current valid KSU identification card.
Looking to expand your bicycle knowledge? Outdoor Adventures is hosting bicycle maintenance clinics. Learn anything you have ever wanted to know about working on bicycles. We will offer preset topics to work on and learn, as well as entertain special repair topic requests.
Location: Outdoor Adventures Suite, Kennesaw Campus
Clinics will be held the 1st and 3rd Tuesdays of the month!
Topics to include:
- Learning how to ride a two-wheel bike
- Basic Bicycle Operations for beginners
- Proper shifting
- Proper braking
- Bicycle Handling
- Emergency in the field bicycle repairs
- Fixing flat tires
- Broken chain
- Broken derailleur
- Bent wheel