Bastyr Bikes Program Takes Off

A student standing with a "Bastyr Bike"

Our new Bastyr Bikes program is an environmentally sustainable program, allowing students to rent bikes for a nominal fee. Twenty bikes are available for $40 per quarter; dorm students can rent the bikes at half-price. All bikes include locks, reflectors and water holders.

The Bastyr Bikes program joins our shuttle service, car pool discounting and bus pass subsidy in Bastyr's campaign to reduce its carbon footprint. The new classroom space at Bastyr Center for Natural Health in Seattle has also reduced student commuting and is an important dimension of our city-approved commuter trip-reduction plan. With new architectural studies scheduled to be completed in the next fiscal year, we anticipate a major overhaul of the newly acquired space adjacent to our clinic for additional instructional and clinical use.

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