Downtown Bike Parking Map and Information

Bike Repair Stand Locations

  • Lawrence City Hall , 6 E. 6th St, Lawrence
  • The Merc, 901 Iowa St, Lawrence
  • KU Ambler Student Recreation Fitness Center, 1740 Watkins Center Drive, Lawrence (by outdoor basketball courts)
  • Eudora Community Center, 1630 Elm St, Eudora
  • Rock Chalk Park, 6100 Rock Chalk Dr, Lawrence
  • Rotary Arboretum Trail parking for SLT, 27th & Wakarusa, Lawrence
  • North Lawrence Levy Trail Head Parking Lot, 2nd & Locust, Lawrence
  • Burroughs Creek Park (near playground), 15th and Burroughs Creek Trail, Lawrence
  • Lawrence Public Library (near parking garage and bicycle parking), 707 Vermont St, Lawrence

Report Bike Repair Stand Damage

The City of Lawrence is only responsible for bike repair stations listed.  Any bike repair stations located elsewhere are not maintained by the City of Lawrence.

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Bike Classes

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Confident, Capable, Commuters Bike Class

Ages: 16 and Up. Enrollment Min 3 / Max 16. Do you want to take advantage of all the benefits of commuting by bicycle but aren’t sure how to get started? Have you been riding for years but never received any instruction on the rules of the road? This class, taught by instructors certified by the League of American Bicyclists, is designed to be beneficial to all levels of riders. Participants will learn how to ride safely in traffic and on the sidewalk, basic bike maintenance, and group riding skills. This course will have two class room sessions in the evenings and a Saturday morning outdoor session. Participants must provide their own bicycle and helmet.
Find out when it’s available and enroll online this summer

Pre Drivers Ed Camp

Ages 12-16. Enrollment Min 4 / Max 10. Is your teen itching to get out of the house? Eagerly anticipating the freedom of a driver’s license? Show them the opportunities traveling by bicycle can offer! Pre-driver’s Ed will introduce the rules of the road and teach participants the skills needed to safely and effectively use their bike as a form of transportation. Each day kids will learn and practice new skills before going on a group ride to a popular destination. On the final day all the participants will enjoy a movie at Southwind Theaters! Participants will ride on sidewalks as well as roads and must provide their own bike and helmet. Participants are also encouraged to bring spending money for snacks at various destinations. For more information, please call Stephen Mason at (785) 832-7950.
Find out when it’s available and enroll online this summer


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