We are an on-campus bicycle repair shop designed specifically for the PSU Community.


Updated Hours:

Wednesday-Saturday: 10:00am-6:00pm

Holiday Hours:

11/26-11/28 CLOSED

12/25-1/2 CLOSED

Memorial Day, Monday, May 25, Closed Independence Day (Observed), Friday July 3, Closed Labor Day, Monday September 7, Closed Veteran's Day, Wednesday November 11, Closed



Phone: 503-725-9006

ASRC Building

1818 SW 6th Ave, Portland, OR 97201


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Department Contact List


Dan Penner, Bike Hub Manager

  • PSU Bike Hub Retail and Service
  • Bicycle Rental Programs



Brandon Meinke, Bike Hub Lead Mechanic

  • PSU Bike Hub Service
  • Classes and Clinics



Clint Culpepper, Transportation Options Manager

  • Transit Programs
  • Carshare, Bikeshare, Carpool Programs
  • Bicycle Encouragement Programs
  • Bicycle Parking Program and Facilities



Our Mission

The Bike Hub is a "do-it-yourself" environment where we provide the tools, resources, and instruction to enable you to maintain your bike. We teach basic bicycle repair and maintenance techniques that will keep you rolling safely and smoothly.

We also offer pay-for-service repairs by our trained staff, for those who may not have the time to do their own maintenance. Our retail selection features carefully chosen parts and accessories that balance high quality with affordability and meet the essential needs of the modern commuter.

Please take a look around our site for more information about our services, workshops, bike rentals, and tips for making your commute safer and more enjoyable.

To get the most out of the PSU Bike Hub, save money on your purchases, and participate in our growing community of bike riders, please consider becoming a Bike Hub Member.

Our History

In 2003, a group of motivated PSU students with an interest in promoting bicycling began collecting signatures of support from PSU students and employees for creating an on-campus bicycle resource center. This group initially envisioned a student fee-funded bicycle co-op that would be operated entirely by PSU students. After realizing the extensive time and process that would be required to follow that path to their goal, the group met with administrators from PSU Transportation & Parking Services to discuss options for creating a bike co-op as an official alternate transportation program.

In Fall 2004, Transportation & Parking Services opened the PSU Bike Co-op in an unused office space inside the University Center Building Parking Garage. With just 200 sq. ft of indoor space and a small fenced area out back, the Bike Co-op began offering a simple self-service location where students & employees could repair their bikes, get repair and route planning advice, and buy basic repair parts. The Bike Co-op quickly out grew this space and would struggle to meet the needs of its 300+ members for the next 5 years.

In January 2010, after an extensive planning process, the Bike Co-op was transplanted and transformed into the 2000 sq. ft PSU Bike Hub at the new PSU Academic & Student Recreation Center. Within the first year, membership grew to over 1500 riders and continues increase each year. Best of all, the overall use of bicycles as transportation to and from our campus has also been on the rise. In 2003, just 4% of trips to PSU were taken by bike. As of 2014, that number had doubled to 8% of all trips taken by students and staff. Through the support of the PSU community, the Bike Hub continues to inspire more riders through education, quality and convenient service, and a commitment to cycling.