Bikes on Buses

Bikes on Buses

Most connecting buses can accommodate a limited number of bicycles on a first-come, first-served basis. Storage on most buses is underneath the motor coach in the luggage compartment, and some buses also have front-end bike racks. Amtrak and the Capitol Corridor do not assume responsibility for your bicycle. As on the train, passengers must load and unload their own bikes.

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