King's Wheels

What is Kings Wheels?

The KUCSC's bike program is referred to as Kings Wheels. Founded in 2010 by Paul Di Libero, King's Wheels allows Kings students to take out bikes to serve as an alternative way of transportation to and from your destination whether it be to main campus classes, the fitness center, friends houses, or for pleasure. 








King’s Wheels Program:

Welcome to the King’s Wheels Program. This is a program brought to you by the King’s University College Students’ Council. The aim of the program is to provide inexpensive, environmentally friendly transportation that promotes physical activity.

What is the King’s Wheels Program?

  • A fleet of bikes is maintained and organized by the Students’ Council so that they may be available to the student populace at King’s.

  • Membership is open to current part-time and full-time King’s Students.

  • A King’s Wheels Membership costs $10.00 for the fall and spring of the academic year. During winter months, when snow would prevent the safe operation of a bicycle, bicycles will be stored indoors.

  • Each person who has a membership is required to sign a liability waiver and a membership agreement.

  • Any theft or damage must be reported immediately to the General Manager of the Students’ Council. This can be done by emailing or by calling 519-433-3491 extension 4069.

Membership Sign up:

  • A Membership can be purchased at the King’s Connection and is open to current part-time and full-time King’s Students. The King’s Connection is open Monday to Friday from 10:00 am to 6:00 pm.

Rental Procedure:

  • King’s Wheels Members can sign out a bike at the Residence Information Desk in Alumni Court for a 24 hour period.

  • A Membership Identification Card must be presented upon rental.

  • All keys must be returned within 24 hours.

Any questions regarding the program or policy can be forwarded to the

The Regis

What is the Regis?

What is the Regis?

The Regis is a quarterly, student-funded, student-run newspaper published by King’s University College Students Council.  Our goal is to serve student readership by reporting relevant news, entertaining readers and promoting debate on issues involving the King’s and Western community.


Office Hours

Office Hours

As Executives of Students' Council, we are required to be in the office at least 10 hours a week. Obviously, we're students too so our schedules are always up in the air [like many of yours]! This being said, we've set aside some times in which you can be sure to find us in the office. If these times don't work for you [or you just want to see us more often] don't hesitate to email!