Biking is another great (and green) way for students, faculty and staff to get around campus. Beyond our campus, the rail trail is a great way to explore Morgantown and the surrounding area by bike. The rail trail also allows you to travel between the Downtown and Evansdale areas of campus.
Biking on Campus
Yes, we admit that biking the hilly WVU campus can be challenging, but with a little bit of bike know-how and information about WVU’s bike-friendly facilities and activities, you can introduce a new way to commute!
NOTE: The WVU campus map lists bike rack locations. Once you’ve located a specified building on campus, click ‘What’s near here?’ on the lefthand menu and rack locations will pop up!
Commuter Showers on Campus
Included at the Mountaineer Station Intermodal Transportation Center are covered bicycle storage racks as well as showers and a changing room for bicyclists, runners, and pedestrians that need a shower before going to work or class (located on 1st floor near elevators). Storage lockers are also located adjacent to the racks as well as in the Commuter Student Lounge located on the 2nd Floor of Mountaineer Station. The Commuter Student Lounge includes comfortable chairs and sofas, television, and University wi-fi.
Biking Around Town
The hills are alive! Alive with bikes! Biking in Morgantown is becoming more popular by the minute. Use the information on this page to find bike-friendly information, including ways to provide feedback to the city bike board and how to use the city bus system with a bike!