Bike Rentals & Maintenance Denver is a bike-friendly city with miles of bike paths and bike lanes dedicated to cyclists. Rent a bike, or have your current bike serviced through our on-campus bike program. RentalsMaintenanceServices & HoursAboutthe BikesStaffAppealForm Regis University's bike program provides students with a healthy and free alternative mode of transportation. Students are able to check out bikes and have their personal bikes serviced free of charge. To rent a bike or get your bike fixed, just head to the front desk of the Fitness Center. Register for a Bike Rental Fall 2013 hours will be posted soon. You may check out and return bicycles at the Fitness Cetner front desk any time the Fitness Center is open. For more information, please call 303.964.6065 or email Margie Rodgers. Regis University's rental bikes are Trek 7.1FXs. These bicycles are lightweight, agile, and fun to ride. Exceptionally versatile, but sporty enough to make your bike workout the best part of the day. Rental periods are as follows: Spring Break-Thanksgiving: Up to a three day rental Thanksgiving-Spring Break: Daily rentals only You may check out and return bicycles at the Student Center front desk from 8am-8pm. For more information please call 303.964.6065 or email Margie Rodgers. Bike Mechanic, Daniel Zabienski I’m from Tulsa, Oklahoma and love the outdoors. Anytime I can be outside I’m content and adding a bike only makes it better. Current Ride: Blackmarket Riot Favorite Place to Ride: Valmont Bike Park, Boulder, CO. Dream Ride: Whistler, BC. Bike Mechanic, John Sisler I'm from Dubuque, Iowa and have grown up around bikes. I spend my free time mountain biking the Rockies, dirt jumping and building single speeds. Current Ride: Black Market DJ Favorite Place to Ride: Valmont Bike Park, Boulder, CO Dream place to Ride: Big Sure CA Bike Mechanic, Alejandro Ramirez I am from El Paso, Texas and I fell in love wiht mountain biking last summer. Been hitting trails ever since. Looking forward to what Colorado has to offer. Current Ride: Gravity FSX 3.0 Favorite Place to Ride: Rough Riders, Canyon, Horizon, TX Dream Favorite Place to Ride: Whistler, BC, Canada-Whistler Mountain Bike Park Bike Bike Mechanic, Nick Pinkerton I grew up in the heartland of Omaha, Nebraska, and have been obsessed with biking throughout the course of my life. Shredding the bike-gnar is rad. Current Ride: Haro Steel Reserve DJ, Halo rim, Marzocci fork, Maxxis tires. Favorite Place to ride: It's a tie between Valmont and Frisco Bike Park Dream Place to Ride: Whistler, BC The Regis University Bike Program Appeals form will be available in the near future. If you would like to appeal any incurred charges, please contact Brian Anderson at 303.458.4202 or by email to submit your appeal.