Bicycle Network: Where to Ride
Transport systems and your bike
Getting your bike from A to B including planes and public transport.
Cars: carrying your bike
The best way to carry your bike will depend on what sort of car you have, how many bikes you want to carry and how often.
Trains: metropolitan Melbourne
Taking your bike on trains in metropolitan Melbourne. Bicycles can be carried for free on all metropolitan trains at all times.
Buses: metropolitan Melbourne
Taking your bike on metro buses in Melbourne.
Carrying bikes on trams.
Bike pod at City Square
To make riding to the city an even easier option, the City of Melbourne and the Department of Transport have provided a bike pod in City Square.
Combining cycling with public transport
Trains are a great way of increasing the distances you and your bike can cover.
Folding bikes on public transport in Victoria
These bikes comply with the Victorian public transport guidelines . The guidelines define which folding bikes can be taken on buses and trams.
Have bike, will travel
Going on a trip and can’t bear to leave your bike at home? Let Ride On help you plan the most cost-effective and safest transportation of your loyal two-wheeled companion.
Public transport and bikes
Improved connections between the bike-riding network and the public transport system will add tremendous value to both modes.