In 2017, the Acadia Students' Union and the Acadia Sustainability Office piloted a bike share program, called Book-A-Bike in partnership with the Vaughan Memorial Library. The pilot has now ended, and was well received by students, staff and faculty. We are currently reviewing results from pilot to determine future program developments. Check back for updates in the future.

2017 Bike Share Pilot Program

No wheels? No problem. The Acadia Book-A-Bike program is Acadia's answer to active transportation on campus and in the community.

At the Vaughan Memorial Library you can now check-out a bike like you check out a book. Just show your Acadia ID card at the circulation desk during open hours to check-out a bike and helmet for up to 24 hours. There are four donated bikes available on a first-come-first-served basis.

The Acadia Book-A-Bike program launched on Earth Day April 22nd, 2017 and will operate until the end of October.


This program promotes health and wellness and provides an alternative to motor vehicle use, which produces greenhouse gas emissions and contributes to climate change. 

The Acadia Book-A-Bike program is open to all staff, faculty and students with a valid Acadia ID card. Participants must agree to sign a waiver and be at least 18 years of age to participate. Those under 19 must have a parent co-sign the waiver.

Acadia Book-A-Bike Agreement/Waiver

Acadia Book-A-Bike is a partnership between the Acadia Sustainability Office, the Acadia Students' Union and the Vaughan Memorial Library. Funding is provided by the Acadia Student Wellness Fund and the Acadia Sustainability Office with support from the County of Kings and the RCMP.

Bicycle Safety

In Nova Scotia cyclists have the same rights and responsibilities as motorists. Participants must learn how to cycle safely and obey the rules of the road. Nova Scotia Bicycle Safety Guide

Cycling in Nova Scotia

Experience the beauty of cycling in Nova Scotia. The Annapolis Valley is one of most scenic areas of the province featuring fantastic farms, orchards and outstanding historic places and natural wonders.

Wolfville and Area Rail Trail


Please contact for more information about the program.