Welcome to MSU Bikes!

MSU earned a bronze BFU award in the spring of 2011.

MSU earned a bronze BFU award in the spring of 2011. Click the image to read more about MSU’s bike-friendly features and facilities.

MSU Bikes is dedicated to promoting bicycling as a healthy and  environmentally sustainable transportation option for the MSU community.

Who Are We?

The MSU Bikes Service Center is a full service bike shop on the campus of Michigan State University. We are a university operated department under MSU Surplus & Recycling which is a division of MSU’s Office of Campus Sustainability that oversees programs like the ongoing Be Spartan Green campaign of the university.

Services Offered

SE Draft Lite - the ultimate campus bike

SE Draft Lite – the ultimate campus bike

New Bike Sales

A wide selection of models are available from Fuji, SE, Breezer, and Kestrel. For more information, see our “Buy a Bike” page and our Fuji University page for more information.

Used Bike Sales

Used bikes are available at both the Service Center and the MSU Surplus Store. “As is” bikes have not been repaired and some may only be suitable for parts. Refurbished bicycles have been tuned up to be in the best possible working order.


Bike Rentals

Leasing a bike is a great option for those who do not wish to bring their own bike to campus. MSU Bikes’ rentals are new bikes from Fuji or SE and include maintenance and a lock.

MSU Bikes Service Center's shop area

MSU Bikes Service Center’s shop area

Repairs & Maintenance

MSU Bikes maintains a full service repair shop. Services offered include flat tire repairs, brake and shift adjustments, wheel truing, and tune-ups. We stock a comprehensive line of replacement parts such as tires, tubes, chains, brake pads, wheels, saddles, and seat posts.


Parts and Accessories Sales

Need a rack to carry all those books? A light to see your way home from the library at 1am? We stock a variety of parts and accessories to complete your riding experience. Special orders are also available.

John, Service Manager, showing some students how to true a wheel.

John Bieda, former Service Manager, showing some students how to true a wheel.

Classes & Education
In alignment with our mission of alternative transportation promotion, MSU Bikes hosts a number of classes and workshops. Past lectures have covered bicycle commuting, winter cycling, and basic riding tips. Hands-on repair workshops are held in late winter.

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