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Biker on CampusAnn Arbor was named by the League of American Bicyclists as a silver-level “Bicycle Friendly City” in 2009 and 2013. Why? Because we strive as a community to make biking a convenient and safe mode of transportation for everyone involved: cyclists, drivers and pedestrians. This is only possible when all parties know and abide by the rules of the road, the sidewalk and the bike lane. For more information about these rules (and other important matters such as bicycle parking locations and how to secure it on campus), please choose a topic below.

UM Student Adam Kucharczyk“Leaving your bike out without a lock, or with a cheap cable lock, is basically asking for it to get stolen.”
– Adam Kucharczyk, U-M student, on what he learned after losing his bike

If you are the victim of theft, contact the division of public safety and security at (734) 763-1131 or report a crime online.