1. Bicycles must be registered when brought to campus. This is completed at the Office of Campus Safety. There is no charge for registering your bicycle. The registration will be valid until the year of graduation or leaving the College.
2. When registration is completed at the Office of Campus Safety, a decal will be issued which must be affixed to the center post of the bicycle frame. Students are encouraged to bring locks for their bikes and to have bikes insured in case of damage, loss, or theft. Printed copies of Kenyon College's Bicycle Regulations may be obtained at the Office of Campus Safety.
3. Bicycles must be stored in the shelters provided or in students' rooms. Bikes are not allowed in hallways, stairwells, residence-hall storage areas. Bicycles found in violation of regulations will be impounded by Safety and you will need to provide proof of ownership to claim it.
4. On the Monday following Commencement, all bikes must be removed from campus. All bicycles left on campus after that date will be considered abandoned and will be confiscated by the College. Confiscated bikes will be donated, sold, or discarded.
IF YOUR BICYCLE IS MISSING OR STOLEN:
1. Contact the Office of Campus Safety immediately.
2. Complete a Bike Theft Report.
3. Be on the lookout for your bicycle. If you locate it, contact the Office of Campus Safety.
SOME CYCLIST SURVIVAL RULES TO KEEP IN MIND:
(Rules for the operation of bicycles on campus coincide with the regulations of the state of Ohio)
There is a wonderful 14-mile bike path that winds through Knox County, going through the Gambier area. Please feel free to check it out at:
Kokosing Gap Trail