The Referees

  • Dennis Gäbler
  • Judith De Vries
  • Michael Häußlein
  • Sascha Pfeil

The bicycle workshop

Corona

We had to take a few measures to reopen the workshop during the corona pandemic:

  • You need to make an appointment via email (stuve.fahrrad(at)uni-ulm.de) to come during the opening hours. Please include a detailled description of your problem and the time you want to come in your email. We'll reply if and when you can come.
  • A face mask (covering mouth and nose) must be worn and the usual rules of distance and hygiene apply. Before you enter the workshop, you need to desinfect your hands (desinfectant will be available at the entrance).
  • You can't enter the workshop if you show any symptoms indicating infection with COVID-19 or if you had close contact with an infected person.
  • We need to record your personal data (name, address, phone number).
  • Only two students can work at the workshop at once. One of the workspaces is outside so it can't be used during bad weather.
  • Tools used by students need to be sanitized after use, so we'll do some of the work ourselves.

Self Help Workshop

Is your bike broken? We'll help you get your bike back on track and provide you with the necessary tools. Help is for free and spare parts are available. You can find us in the former kindergarden near the bus stop "Kliniken Wissenschaftsstadt". The entrance is through the garden. If you can not come during this time, write us an email or call us by phone during opening hours. We will surely find an alternative date!

Public Air Pumps

Have you ever had no air in the tires and the bike repair shop is closed? You can use our public air pump at any time. There are two air pumps available at these places:

  • South entrance: it is in the back corner of the covered bike stands at the entrance of the student union (Studentenwerk), in front the bicycle cellar (University South).
  • Uni-West: at the bike stands in front of the library

Bicycles To Self Repair

Sometimes we have used bikes from scrap or from clean-up actions in the workshop. We can give these bikes away to students, who repair them, bringing them into a safe ride condition.