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Green Bike Fleet Program
JCU's award winning Green Bike Fleet program repairs second hand bikes and sells them at low cost to JCU students. The program provides affordable and convenient transport, saves energy, reduces carbon emissions, improves health, improve resource efficiency and reduce waste. To date the project has refurbished and sold over 400 bikes.
Watch our video below to learn about our Internationally recognised, award winning Green Bike Fleet program.
How do I buy a Green Bike?
Due to the popularity of the program bikes are often in short supply. At the start of each semester a fleet of bikes are sold with first preference given to new International students as the program is an International Office initiative. Students wishing to purchase a green bike should visit the JCU Bike Workshop during opening hours.
Current opening hours are 2pm-5pm, Tuesday to Friday.
The Green Bike Fleet program is now available in Cairns in 2017. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information on bike sales for the Cairns campus.
How do I donate my bike?
If you would like to donate a bike to the program please contact email@example.com. Students wishing to return their Green Bike are eligible for a $20 reimbursement provided the bike is in good working order. For details on how to obtain a reimbursement please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
The JCU Green Bike Fleet project is a collaboration between James Cook International, TropEco and the Bicycle Users Group and was made possible through the JCU Action for Sustainability Fund.