Train Glasgow Fort William Scotland
Take your bicycle to you for a trip when you look at the country or even to accelerate getting house whenever you travel with ScotRail.
We now have cycle rooms on our trains where you could store your bike free of charge. You'll need to reserve a cycle area on several of our tracks.
Where reservations are not readily available, it really is on a first come very first serve basis and be aware that commuter solutions often have not a lot of space.
Reserving a period area
To produce a pattern booking:
- Phone our telesales team on 0344 811 0141
- See our staffed stations
Pattern bookings are needed on services between:
|Glasgow, Edinburgh and Aberdeen|
|Glasgow, Edinburgh and Inverness|
|Glasgow, Oban, Fort William and Mallaig|
|Aberdeen and Inverness|
|Inverness, Wick, Thurso and Kyle of Lochalsh|
It is possible to bring a totally folded bicycle on any of our trains without a reservation as long as the wheels are not any a lot more than 20 inches in diameter.
Trains without cycle spaces
Electric trains in central Scotland cannot always have dedicated cycle rooms, but you can keep your cycle into the vestibule location if you regularly check it's not blocking just how. This relates to services between:
|Glasgow Central, Cathcart, Neilston and Newton|
|Glasgow Central, Gourock and Wemyss Bay|
|Glasgow Central, Ayr, Ardrossan and Largs|
|All trains via Glasgow Central Low-level|
|All trains via Glasgow Queen St Low Level|
|Edinburgh, North Berwick and Dunbar|
|Glasgow Central and Paisley Canal|
|Glasgow Central and Edinburgh via Carstairs|
Could I simply take other styles of bicycles on ScotRail's trains?
You are able to deliver a fully folded bicycle on any one of our trains as long as the wheels are not any more than 20 inches in diameter. Oftentimes you may be expected to fold down your cycle before going into the platform.
We do not allow motorcycles, mopeds or other sort of motorised pattern. We also don't allow tandems, tricycles and non-folding cycle trailers as they take up too much space.
Getting off the train
If you are travelling from the Glasgow to Gourock, Wemyss Bay, Ayr, Ardrossan and Largs roads, some peak trains tend to be more than the platform. Make sure that your cycle is in the right location and that means you get-off the train eventually.