Bike Hire - Mountain Bike (1 Semester Hire)

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The RGU Go Green cycle hire scheme, run by our fantastic volunteers, will get you to campus in time for that early morning lecture without the hassle of overcrowded buses or overpriced tickets! For just a small deposit and staggeringly low rental price, you can pick up a Go Green bike stress-free and give cycling in the Grantie City a shot.

How it works:
In order to hire the bike, you must be a current student or staff member, and you'll need to pay a booking deposit of £40 (shown as a "booking fee" on your receipt) which will be returned in full at the end of your rental period, provided the bike hasn't been damaged in an way. Currently bikes can be booked online for two semesters. If you are an Erasmus student and require a bike for one semester only, please contact our Bike Hire team to discuss your arrangements.

We'll check that the bike is safe to ride and provide any maintenance support that you may need during your rental period. We'll also set you up with a helmet, U-lock, hi-vis jacket, lights, reflectors, a bell and a city cycle map, so you can be road-ready from day one!

To find out more before confirming your booking, email our Bike Hire team at bikehire@rguunion.co.uk

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