Bike parking

The University provides a range of bike parking facilities across all our campuses. In total we have over 7000 bike parking spaces.

Map of bike parking locations

The University's online campus map shows bike parking information. Click on "Layers", then on "Cycle Facilities" to view this.

Campus maps

Bike racks

Open-access bike racks are located across the University, generally in locations convenient to building entrances.

Bike stores

The University provides enclosed bike stores at key locations around our campuses. These protect your bike from the elements and provide an additional element of security - but you should be aware that any bike or personal property left in a University bike store is done so at your own risk.

Access to the stores is usually by your University staff/student card & PIN. Some stores use a key or coded lock. Keys and codes are supplied either by the Transport and Parking Office, or a member of staff local to the store. Any staff or students wishing to utilise these facilities should get in touch with the relevant contact for each store which are listed using the links below.

Bike store security

Everyone who uses a bike store has a part to play in upholding the security of these facilities to protect their own and other people’s bikes:

  • Always ensure the door is fully shut and locked behind you
  • Never let other people follow you in.
  • Report all maintenance issues to so we can investigate and arrange repairs.
  • Report suspicious activity to Security on 0131 650 2257

The University provides bike stores across the Central Area.

The University provides bike stores at the King's Buildings.

There are several bike stores at BioQuarter.

The University provides two bike stores at the Easter Bush Campus, as well as general open-access bike racks.

The University provides several bike stores across the Pollock Halls site.

The University provides a secure bike store at the Western General Hospital for staff and students with card access to the Institute of Genetics and Cancer only.