Bicycling is perhaps more popular than ever and nowhere is that more apparent than on Florida's university and college campuses.
The University of Central Florida is no exception. On a flat campus that enjoys sunny weather much of the year, bikes are everywhere. But students do not often have a lot of cash flow.
So when something goes wrong with their two-wheeled, people-powered transportation, it can be a devastating because repairs are often very costly.But a new, school sponsored, service on campus gives students' wallets a break when their bikes need some TLC.
FOX 35's Tom Johnson shows you how it works Wednesday at 5 p.m.For more information visit: http://studentunion.ucf.edu/spaces/service