Racks are located conveniently throughout Vanderbilt’s campus for parking bikes. There are also showers and repair stations available for use throughout campus. See a map of all of these facilities here.
Visit Health Plus for more information including route planning, biking resources and local bike shops!
Vanderbilt University Police Department recommends registering bicycles that will be used on campus and locking bikes when they are not in use.
Nashville is expanding its bike-share program to include a fee-based, automated kiosk system called Nashville B-cycle. Two kiosks is conveniently located near the Vanderbilt campus at the corner of 21st Avenue and Wedgewood and at the corner of 21st Avenue and Broadway near the Vanderbilt Law School. Click here for more information about the B-Cycle program!
Nashville GreenBikes is an easy-to-use bike-share program that gives residents and visitors a healthy, and decidedly different way to experience Nashville. Riders can enjoy Nashville’s downtown, as well as the city’s extensive system of greenways, bike lanes and parks, on comfortable, cruiser-style bikes. Registration and more information can be found at the GreenBikes website.
Metro Nashville established a one year pilot program allowing multiple dockless bike, electric bike (e-bike) and electric scooter (e-scooter) companies to operate on public rights of way in Nashvillle if they apply for and obtain a certificate of public necessity and convenience.
Vanderbilt University is aligning with the city and will allow bike, electric bike and electric scooter companies to operate on campus. Read more here.