BIKE AND RIDE
Bring your bike along! All of NCTD’s transit vehicles can accommodate bikes. Here’s what you need to know to plan your transit biking trip:
Mainstream bicycles are all welcome!
These types of specialty bikes are not allowed due to space and other constraints:
- tandem bikes
- pull-along trailers
- recumbent bikes
- gas-powered or electric bikes
Bikes must not exceed six feet in length, must not have any protrusions and must not block seats, aisles, doorways or exits.
- There are bike areas on each COASTER car.
- Enter the train car through doors marked with a bicycle emblem and store your bike in one of the spaces provided in the lower level of each car.
- Secure your bike’s front and back wheels using the black velcro straps.
- Bikes must not exceed six feet in horizontal length, must not have any protrusions and must not block seats, aisles, doorways or exits.
- During your travel, stay with your bike to ensure it does not tip over.
- Unsecured bicycles are subject to removal from the train.
SPRINTER and BREEZE
Reminder: On the SPRINTER, bikes are not allowed in aisles or the ADA seating area and cannot block doors.
|Enter SPRINTER trains through the doors
marked with a bike symbol.
|A clearly delineated area in each car is
available for bike storage. Keep the
wheels of the bike in the designated
|Bikes must be attached with the provided
straps. Stay with your bike while on board
|Every BREEZE bus has a bike rack
capable of handling two bikes. Bikes are
accepted on a first-come, first-served
|Tell the bus driver that you are loading or
unloading a bike before you approach the
bike rack. BREEZE bike racks are
designed to accommodate standard
bike tires (max 26” or 700 cm). Bikes
with protrusions, such as long
handlebars, that extend up into the bus
windshield are not allowed.