The bike storage facility at our North Vancouver campus offers bicycle parking for CapU faculty, staff and students.
The covered bicycle storage locker can accommodate up to twenty two bicycles and is accessed via the ground level walkway outside the east Library building entrance.
Scooters and motorcycles are not permitted to park in the bike storage facility. Free motorcycle/scooter parking is available in the designated motorcycle parking located on the east side of Parking Lot 1 and on Skeena Road near the Maple Building.
How do I gain access?
Your employee or student card will allow access to the bike storage facility.
How long can I store my bike?
The bike storage area is intended for short-term personal bike storage only. Space is allocated on a first-come, first-served basis.
Bikes should not be stored overnight in the bike storage facility. If a bike needs to be stored overnight (e.g. if a mechanical problem means the bike can’t be used), please notify Capilano University Security at email@example.com.
Any bike left overnight may be impounded.
Bike parking etiquette and rules
- Park your bicycle considerately. Use bike racks properly, so more bikes may park.
- Lock your bike to an unoccupied designated rack space. Bikes weighing over 18 kg (40 lbs.) must use bottom racks.
- Do not allow entry to any unauthorized persons. Ensure that the door completely closes behind you when entering/exiting the bike storage facility.
- Overnight bicycle storage is not permitted.
- Storage of personal possessions, perishable items, or hazardous or combustible materials in the bike storage facility is prohibited.
- You are responsible for any damage to the bike storage facility caused by you or your use.
- Report any damage, security, or maintenance issues to Capilano University Security at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Ensure you lock your bike each day, but please do not leave your lock on the rack which would make it difficult for another rider to use.
- Capilano University is not responsible for theft, loss, removal, or damage to any items stored in the bike storage facility.