BUMC Bike & Scooter Registration and Secure Cage Access

Registration & 710 Albany Street Bike Cage

Gas-powered bikes or scooters are not permitted to park inside the bike cages. Any violation of this rule will result in immediate removal of bike cage access.BUMC-BMC is not responsible for any loss, theft or damage to bicycles or belongings inside the bike cages.

To register your bike or scooter and apply for bike cage access, fill out the form below:


Proper Rack Use

Please watch this video for an explanation of proper locking technique for the racks in the 710 Albany Street Bike Cage.

Proper Bike & Scooter Locking

Please do not lock your bike/scooter to anything other than a bike rack or the bike cage. Public Safety will have bikes/scooters that are improperly locked removed.

We highly recommend using a U-Lock at all times.

What NOT to do:

More Theft Avoidance Tips

While many types of property theft have declined in recent years, bicycle theft is on the rise on most campuses according to FBI statistics. The increasing popularity of bicycling as a healthy sport and a means of transportation has made bicycles an easy target for thieves.

  • Lock your bike in a secure bike cage or at a bike rack. Do not attach your bike to parking meters or street furniture as they are easy targets for thieves and also may cause hazards to pedestrians.
  • Your first line of defense is a good lock, properly used. Be sure to lock your bike at ALL times. The best choice is a strong, reliable U-lock or a heavy cable. After you secure your U-lock to the bike rack, thread a cable or chain lock through your tire spokes to secure both tires to the frame. Lightweight cable or chain locks are easily cut and offer little protection.
  • If you have a multi-speed bike, leave it in highest gear. This makes it that much harder for a thief to shift quickly and get away. Always secure your components and accessories especially those that can be easily removed.
  • Do not use a lock larger than needed for the job. The extra space between the lock and the bike might help a would-be thief. Before leaving your bike, always give the lock a tug to ensure that it is secured.
  • Your best ally is the bicycle professional who sells you a locking system. Don’t leave the store without a thorough demonstration. Inquire about warranties and guarantees.
  • The National Bike Registry database is accessible to law enforcement throughout the country. There is a fee for this comprehensive service. For more information, visit: www.nationalbikeregistry.com