Saxon Bike Hub
Welcome to Alfred University - now go enjoy our great outdoors! The Bike Hub at Alfred University launched in the Fall of 2009 and is entirely run and staffed by students. 20 hybrid bikes are available for rental by students, faculty and staff, along with helmets and bike locks. You can also get your bike repaired and store your bike over the breaks, for a nominal fee.
Come visit us at our new location in Powell Campus Center!
The Bike Hub will be closed over the summer. Have a nice summer break!
If you need to return a Bike that was rented during the semester, please stop in at the Student Affairs Office , 2nd Floor Powell.
Rental fees: $3 for 1 day, $8 per week, or $25 per month.
A bike lending agreement form will required by each lender to read and sign. You are welcome to fill it out in advance and bring it with you.
Want to work or volunteer at the Saxon Bike Hub? We are seeking work-study students to check out bikes and perform some light maintence (training provided); click here for the job description and application. Volunteers are also welcome! We hope to have lots of students who are interested in the program and want to see it succeed.
Bike Storage: We offer storage for the winter and summer breaks for $20 to students, which includes a FREE tune-up! Please stop in or email email@example.com for information.
Basic bicycle service: We offer free basic service to students. Parts are not included, and more detailed service is subject to fees. Email or stop by for information or an estimate.
Cycling Routes Around Alfred:
Want to donate a bike? We are happy to accept used bikes in good condition. Donations are tax deductible and you will be mailed a gift receipt.
News about the Saxon Bike Hub:
Alfred University press release (November 2013)
The Saxon Bike Hub was created through the initiative of student co-founders, Senior Ian Cramer and Sophomore Jay Price, and was funded by AU Student Senate. Thanks also to The Bicycle Man, our local resource for great bikes and maintenance, and all the great faculty and staff who support the program.