RMIT Bicycle Information

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Ride your bike to RMIT.

Ride2Uni Day - 12 October

RMIT is a proud supporter of Bicycle Network’s National Ride2Work program, a program aimed at normalising the idea of riding to work (or Uni). Each October the University rallies students and staff to join the commuter community by encouraging them to give riding to Uni a go on Ride2Work Day. Find out more about this year’s event.

By riding to uni, not only do you get to start your day in a healthier way, you can also improve your overall fitness, learn more about Melbourne’s fastest growing transport mode, save money while doing your bit for the environment.

In 2016, RMIT will be celebrating Ride2Work (Ride2Uni) Day by hosting a breakfast event at each campus.

Bike parking locations

For students and staff who ride their bikes to RMIT, secure bike parking facilities are located at the following locations:


  • Behind Building 514 (with lockers in Building 514 foyer). Open: 6am-10pm, Monday to Friday.


  • Building 222, multi-storey car park. Accessible via car park entrance, Bundoora West campus. Open: 24 hours/7 days a week.
  • Adjacent to Building 253, Bundoora East campus. Open 24 hours/7 days a week.


  • Building 51 Bike Hub (corner of Victoria and Cardigan Street). Open 7am -7pm, Monday to Friday. After hours swipe card access via the roller door: 6am-11pm, Monday to Friday.
  • Building 80 (Swanston Academic Building), Level 1, 445 Swanston Street. Accessible via Stewart Street. Open: 7am-10pm, Monday to Friday.
  • Building 100 (Design Hub), Basement, 150 Victoria Street. Accessible via Victoria Street.

How to get RMIT bike cage access

The following application process must be followed to add secure bike parking access to student/staff cards:

  1. Fill out a Security Access Card – Bicycle Parking form (now a Google form)*
  2. Complete and hit ‘send’ – your information will be sent to RMIT Security to process.
  3. Students and staff should expect to receive access within five days of RMIT Security receiving the application.
  4. If you are on City campus, you have the option of taking your student card directly to RMIT Security and asking for Bike Cage access.

*Please note that students and staff are not required to have their applications for bike cage access signed off by the staff member in their School/Department.

How to lock your bike

Bicycle Lock Flyer

Please report bicycle thefts or any suspicious behaviour to RMIT Security.

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