Curtin wants to ensure that your bike ride to and from Curtin is safe and enjoyable. So remember that all road rules apply on campus, which means giving way to pedestrians and wearing a helmet.
Keeping your bike secure while it’s on campus is also important, so here’s some tips:
Always use the secure racks, where possible
Ensure you use a good quality lock at all times
Report any suspicious activity
Photograph your bike with its serial number
Engrave your driver’s licence number onto your bike to enable easier identification of ownership
Contact our Security team on +61 8 9266 4444 to report all incidents of damage or theft.
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