UREC Bike Shop

UREC Outdoors offers a full service bike shop, bike rentals, and offers maintenance clinics and standtime for do-it-yourselfers.

The full-service bike shop at UREC Outdoors, HPER 102, offers everything from tube changes to complete overhauls. Visit the shop for a full list of parts and labor prices.

We also offer "open stand time" for the do it yourself bike owners.  Open stand time is offered during normal hours of operation. 


Our mechanics can get your bike rolling again with a fast turnaround and affordable prices. How much will fixing your bike cost? Click here for a list of standard prices on bike labor. Costs may vary.

Swing by the UREC Outdoors bike shop in HPER 102 to get a free assessment and safety check-up from one of our staff. In this inspection, we will assess every part of your bike for wear, damage, and safety issues, and recommend any repairs that are necessary to get your bike in running condition again.

No matter what type of cycling you want to do, UREC Outdoors has a bicycle for you. We offer high-quality Marin Pine Mountain 27.5+ mountain bikes for hitting the local trails and Marin hybrid bikes that are perfect for long rides around town or on the Razorback Regional Greenway. To learn about bike rentals in Fayetteville, Arkansas, visit Equipment Rentals.


We allow customers to watch and even participate while the mechanic works on your bike. If interested, please let your mechanic know when you drop off your bike, and we can schedule a time.

Due to heavy schedule demands, mechanics may not be available at a requested time. We will try our best to find a time that works for you.

Want to work on your own bike? Come in during UREC Outdoors (HPER 102) normal hours of operation, and use our professional Park Tools to wrench on your own bike.  Cost is $3 per visit, or get a semester-long pass for $15. 

A free bike permit is required to park on campus.

Please park your bicycle at a designated bike loop or rack. If no rack is available, please park your bicycle in an area that does not restrict access to others. Avoid green spaces and trees to prevent causing unnecessary damage to the natural environment. Bicycles creating safety hazards or blocking building access may be impounded.

For more information on the bike shop and its services, e-mail our bike mechanics or contact UREC Outdoors at 479-575-CAMP (2267).


UREC Outdoors is dedicated to making the University of Arkansas campus and the City of Fayetteville more bicycle friendly. Please join us in keeping our campus, city trails, and roadways safe and open to cyclists. Ride responsibly.

Interested in cycling events and programs outside of UREC Outdoors? Check out the Office of Sustainability's Guide to Bikes on Campus.