Buffalo State welcomes bicyclists!
Bicycling is one of the most sustainable forms of transportation, and one of the healthiest. It is a convenient, effective and worthwhile alternative to bringing a car to campus.
Bike sharing supports your health, the environment, and local businesses while also enhancing Buffalo’s transportation options. Buffalo State is proud to be a REDDY Bikeshare partner, hosting a hub with six bicycles on campus -- on Rockwell Road near Elmwood Avenue, just south of Rockwell Hall.
REDDY Bikeshare offers the perfect vehicle to get around town whether it’s to commute to work, run errands, or ride for fun or fitness. Reddy bikes are easily available on a short term basis and sharing them gives you the flexibility to return a bike to any designated location. There are 200 bikes located at dozens of stations around the City of Buffalo.
Use your web-enabled mobile device or desktop computer, or visit a station to reserve a bike. Ride to your destination and lock it to any Reddy rack or public bike rack. It’s that easy.
Being bicycle-friendly reflects our campus-wide commitment to healthy transportation, safe environments and efficient transportation choices. As part of our ongoing efforts to make our campus more convenient for bicyclists, we've recently installed two Bicycle Fix-It repair stations, two covered bike shelters and an additional 85 inverted-U bike racks, including many located under shelters. We look forward to enhancing our bicycle-related programming as well.
The Greater Buffalo-Niagara Regional Transportation Council (GBNRTC) provides this community-wide cycling route guide, in online and print formats.
GObike Buffalo provides a wealth of resources for local bicyclists, including community workshops, advocacy opportunities, and a "survival guide" for commuting by bike.
Please ride responsibly. SafeNY provides information about following the rules of the road and practicing bicycle safety.
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