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Jacob Adams
Campus Bicycle Program Coordinator

Jacob Adams is UF’s first Campus Bicycle Program Coordinator. He has been cycling his whole life and has experience ranging from race organizing and running a local bike shop to safe cycling education and daily commuting. He has been a member of the Office of Sustainability since 2014 and helped to launch UF’s Gator Gears student bike rental program and UF’s Bike To Campus Day events. Jacob believes that safe cycling education can empower cyclists to ride safely anywhere and brings his expertise as a League of American Bicyclists League Cycling Instructor and Cycling Savvy Instructor to campus education efforts for students, faculty and staff. In his role as Campus Bicycle Program Coordinator he provides input on relevant infrastructure projects, develops outreach and education campaigns, plans events and works to make cycling better for everyone on campus. Jacob holds a Bachelor’s Degree in History from the University of North Florida. He is also an active member of Gainesville’s vibrant cycling and music scenes.