Bikes on BART
More BART riders are biking to and from stations every day. It’s a healthy alternative and like walking it’s easy on the environment. Almost all BART stations have bike racks, over half of BART stations have bike lockers and four stations now have Bike Stations. Details are included below and on each station page on bart.gov.
If you are taking your bike on BART, it's your responsibility to know and follow the bike rules. Bikes are never allowed on crowded cars. Folded bikes are allowed in all cars at all times. Use your good judgment and only board cars that can comfortably accommodate you and your bicycle. Bicyclists must yield priority seating to seniors and persons with disabilities.
If you are leaving your bike at a BART station make sure it is locked well. Whether you’re taking your bike on board or parking it at a station, make sure you record your bike’s serial number along with a description of the bike. This will greatly increase your chance of recovery if it is stolen.
Find out more tips and rules at BART.gov