Currently sold out. New season will start March 1, 2023.
Cycling is one of the best ways to commute to and from Concordia. The university provides several outdoor bicycle racks on both campuses. A limited number of annual access passes for the indoor parking spaces inside the LB garage are also for sale. These passes include access to handy bike tools and a locker.
Pay only $60 for a 4-month gym membership by showing your bike pass when you register in person.
Located in the underground parking of the Library building (LB), the direct entrance to the underground parking garage is on Mackay Street. The bike parking facility is at the back, on the first level of the parking lot with direct access to the university.
Terms & cost
Begins March 1 and expires February 28
$85 (plus tax) flat rate regardless of the purchase date
A one-time $25 Access Card fee applies to all new permits (non-refundable and non-taxable)
Fee is not pro-rated and non-refundable.
What you get
An Access Card pass to the indoor bike parking (locked cage in the LB garage)
Access to bike tools in the facility and a small individual locker (lock not included)
MasterCard, Visa, AMEX, Interac.
Bike parking rules
Electric bicycles are accepted in the indoor bike parking facility ONLY if they fit the description of “power-assisted cycles” from the SAAQ. In short, if your bike has pedals and muscle power that can propel it, it is accepted.
Electric scooters that do not fit the SAAQ definition are not authorized.
All gasoline-powered vehicles are strictly forbidden.
Unauthorized bikes found in the indoor bike parking facility will be removed. Bike pass holders not respecting the indoor bike parking agreement terms risk having their bike pass cancelled.
Concordia University is not responsible for any loss, theft, or damage to contents stored in the indoor bike parking facility, including contents stored in the lockers. Concordia University is not responsible for replacing any contents discarded from the indoor bike parking facility if they remain there past the end of the bike parking term.