Bicycle Registration

Here is the editable bicycle registration form. Please fill out all you can on the computer. Also, you MUST bring two copies of this form to the parking services located at the JKB: 

Bicycle Registration.pdf (290.47 KB)


  • Bicycle regulations are in force 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
  • Bicycles should be licensed with a Utah County municipality before being operated or parked on campus


  • Provo City licenses are available at the BYU Parking Services Office. Provo licenses are valid for as long as the licensee owns the bike. Licenses should be attached to the frame--preferably below the seat.
  • Bicycles may not be ridden on campus sidewalks during class breaks, nor may they be ridden at any other time or place when or where prohibited by posted signs or regulation.  Police officers on bicycles are exempt from this regulation when performing official police duties.
  • Bicycles must be parked in bicycle racks.
  • Abandoned bicycles and bicycles parked in buildings, attached to railings, poles, or trees, or otherwise hampering BYU from maintaining grounds and facilities, creating a hazard, or hindering people access to buildings and facilities, will be impounded and an impound fee assessed.  A bicycle is considered abandoned when it is parked for 72 hours on campus property without  being moved  or with out authorization from the Parking Services Manager.
  • When impounding locked bicycles, BYU maintains the right to cut locks, chains, or cables and will not be responsible for the cut items.  Bicycle locks, cables, or chains may not be cut or removed without uniformed Police personnel present.
  • Bicycles must be equipped with brakes and lighting equipment as required under Sections 41-6a- 1113 and 41-6a-1114 of the Utah Code.

Bicycle riders are subject to operating bicycles in accordance with these regulations and in accordance with state laws enumerated under Sections 41-6a-1102 through 41-6a-1114 of the Utah Code.


  • Park in bike racks
  • Yield to pedestrians
  • Be particularly alert for visually or hearing- impaired people
  • Obey all traffic laws, signs, signals, and speed limits
  • Ride with the flow of traffic
  • Ride as close to the curb or edge of the roadway as possible
  • Have at least one hand on the handlebars at all times
  • Use hand signals to indicate turns
  • Use a headlight and rear/side reflectors for night riding


  • Ride on sidewalks during class breaks
  • Ride where prohibited by signs and markings
  • Ride more than 2 abreast
  • Carry more persons than the bicycle is designed for