All Marin Transit vehicles except the Muir Woods Shuttle are equipped with bike racks.
Racks have space for at least two bikes and are available on a first-come, first-served basis. Marin Transit assumes no responsibility for bikes that are lost, stolen, damaged, or left on racks.
How to use bus bike racks
Riders are responsible for loading and unloading their bicycles.
- As the bus pulls up, make eye contact with the driver to signal that you want to load your bike
- If the rack is in its upright position, release it by squeezing the center handle and carefully lower it down
- Remove all loose items from your bike
- Load your bike into one of the available slots
- Pull the support arm up and out and hook it securely over the top of your front wheel
- When you get off, tell the driver you are unloading your bike
- If you are the last person to unload your bike, return the rack to its upright position
Rules for bikes
- Bikes are NOT allowed inside buses, even if the rack is full
- Gas powered bikes are not allowed on any bus bike racks
- Electric bikes are allowed under the following conditions:
- E-bike batteries must remain on the bike and cannot be brought on the bus.
- E-bikes must not weight more than 55 pounds.
- You are responsible for loading and unloading your own bike
- Bicycles with front-mounted horizontal racks or baskets will not fit securely in the transit vehicle bike racks and are NOT permitted. Bikes with rear-mounted racks, baskets, and child seats are permitted
- Do NOT lock your bike to the rack
Park your bike
Bicycle racks are available for you to park your bike free of charge at the following locations.