If you plan to bring a bicycle with you when traveling, we suggest you reach out to the carrier you will be or would like to travel with, as additional fees may apply.

Each bus and train carrier has their own bicycle policy. 

A few examples are: 

Amtrak: Fees may apply when traveling with a bicycle. Standard full-size bicycles may be carried on and stored onboard in bicycle racks on select trains. Bicycle reservation required for some trains. See more information here, and reserve a spot for your bike by calling Amtrak at 1 (800) 872-7245.

Greyhound: Bicycles, golf clubs, skis, and ski poles must be packed in a wood, canvas or other substantial containers, and securely fastened (you’ll need to pay an oversized item charge too). Contact Greyhound at +1 (800) 231-2222 for more information.

Peter Pan: Unpackaged bicycles may be transported in the luggage bay bin on a space available basis. Bicycles are part of the free baggage allowance; if the number of bags with the bicycle exceeds the allowance, additional baggage fees may apply.  

Go Buses: Bicycles and skis can be stored below the bus as long as room exists. Please speak to a customer service agent before boarding.

Bolt Bus: Bicycles are allowed as long as space is available in the baggage bin. The bike will count as your one bag allowed under the coach.

Best Bus: You may bring your bike with you, however you should arrive early because it will depend on available luggage space. 

Via Rail: Via Rail accepts 1 bike per passenger. The fees for the transportation of a bicycle are $25 plus taxes, per direction. Not every train can transport bicycles; see here for more information.

For more information, or to add a bike to your reservation, please contact the carrier directly. For your convenience, you can find the contact information for all carriers available on Wanderu here:

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