The bike shop is located in the OCC on the first floor of the HPER Building, Room 102. Hours of operation for the fall semester: Tuesday - Thursday 12 pm - 6 pm. For more information on the bike shop and its services, please call 479.575.2267.
Full Service Repair Shop
The bike shop at the OCC offers a full service repair shop for all of your bicycle’s needs. We offer everything from tube changes to complete overhauls. Come on in for a full list of parts and labor prices. (Labor and parts are taxed).
Bike Stands and Tools
Students and HPER members can make use of our full line-up of Park brand professional tools during bike shop hours. Use this time to learn and practice bike skills without the cost of labor! Stand time is $3 per session.
Free Bike Assessments
Swing by the OCC bike shop to get a free assessment and safety check-up from one of our staff. In this inspection we will assess every part of your bike for wear, damage, and safety issues, and recommend repairs that are necessary to get your bike in running in perfect condition again.
No matter what type of cycling you want to do, the OCC has a bicycle for you! We rent high quality Raleigh mountain bike for hitting the local trail, KHS road bike for a grueling workout, and cruiser bikes for hitting the town. Click Here for a list of rental prices.
Learning About Your Bike
If you are passionate about learning more about your bike, the OCC is the place to be! We allow customers to watch and even participate while the mechanic works on your bike. If interested, please let your mechanic know when you drop off your bike, and we can schedule a time.
Note: Mechanics are often very busy and cannot plan around your schedule. We will try our best to find a time that you will be available.
Campus Bicycle Permits
If you are going to park your bike on campus this semester, you need a bike permit. These are free, easy, and fast to get, and your bike may be impounded if you do not have one! As a reminder: Please park your bicycle at a designated bike loop or rack. If a rack is not available in the desired area, please avoid placing the bicycle in an area that restricts or hinders accessibility. Also, avoid green spaces and trees that cause unnecessary erosion and damage to the natural environment. Bicycles creating safety hazards or blocking building access may be impounded.
The Outdoor Connection Center is trying to make the University of Arkansas campus and the City of Fayetteville more bicycle friendly. Please join us in keeping our campus, city trails and roadways safe and open to cyclists. Ride responsibly!