As part of its green initiatives program, Metrolink has added Bike Cars to accommodate more bikes on select trains. The lower levels of the new Bike Cars are equipped with multiple stalls that are designed to hold three bikes each. Bike Cars are identified by a yellow “Bike Car” decal on the side of the train or bike train wrap.
Bikes are allowed on ALL Metrolink train cars.
Each train car is designed to hold three bikes. The special Bike Cars are designed to hold 18 bikes on the lower level.
Burbank-Bob Hope Airport Line
San Bernardino Line
303, 307, 311, 319, 327, 335, 387, 302, 310, 318, 320, 322, 324, 328, 386, 357, 369, 362, 368
Orange County Line
605, 683, 607, 685, 687, 641, 643, 645, 682, 684, 602, 640, 604, 642, 644, 661, 665, 663, 667, 660, 662, 666, 664
Inland Empire-Orange County Line
850, 804, 808, 803, 805, 807, 851, 858, 860, 857, 859
Rail2Rail riders should be advised that starting Saturday, June 1, 2013, a valid Amtrak ticket and a complimentary bike reservation will be necessary in order to bring a bike on board Pacific Surfliner trains. Metrolink monthly pass holders will not be allowed to board with a bike without purchasing an Amtrak ticket and reserving the bike slot space in advance. Amtrak tickets and bike reservations can be obtained by visiting Amtrak.com, at Quik-Trak ticketing machines, from station ticket agents, or by calling 1-800-USA-RAIL. Please use Metrolink trains if your journey requires bicycle transport. Metrolink has specially retrofitted bike cars on select trains and all passenger cars can hold up to three bikes per car.
Most Metrolink stations offer bike racks or bike lockers for passengers. Please refer to the Metrolink website at www.metrolinktrains.com under “Stations” to verify if bike amenities are available.
Easily travel throughout Southern California on a Bike Path created specifically for bikers. Check out the links below and begin planning your bike excursion.
Violating the bike rules may result in removal from the train.