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Bikes on board

Bikes are not allowed on buses or trams. However, they can be carried on trains during the following times: 

Monday to Friday before 9:00am and after 3:00pm: If you are travelling with a bike on trains during these times you must hold a validated concession Metrocard or metroticket for your bike. During peak travel times space may be limited on services making it impractical for bikes to travel safely. Adelaide Metro asks that you please wait for the next available service with enough space to safely board and secure your bike.  

Bikes can be carried for free on trains Monday to Friday between 9.01am and 3pm or between 6pm and the last service when space is available. 

Bikes can be carried Free Saturday, Sunday & public holidays all day when space is available. At all other times a peak concession fare must be purchased for your bike.

It's free to take a fold up bike or foot-powered scooter on-board which are fully enclosed in a bag up to 90cm long x 60cm high x 40cm if space permits.

Secure bike cages
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From 3 April 2018 the $10 bike cage fee for initial purchase and $10 annual renewal fee will be removed. 
Call the Adelaide Metro InfoLine to add the 'bike cage product' to your registered Metrocard.  An identification check is required before the product can be added to your Metrocard account.
Existing registered customers will need to attend an Adelaide Metro InfoCentre when their current bike cage product expires to have it replaced with the new product.

Secure bike cages are available for use by those with a registered metrocard at some of Adelaide's most popular public transport locations.

  • Adelaide Airport - new location on the ground floor of the multi-storey car park, next to the car rental area
  • Elizabeth Station
  • Gawler Station
  • Hallett Cove Beach Station
  • Klemzig Interchange
  • Mount Barker Dumas Street Park 'n' Ride
  • Munno Para Station
  • Noarlunga Interchange
  • Paradise Interchange
  • Seaford Station
  • Seaford Meadows Station
  • Tea Tree Plaza Interchange

Once your Metrocard is enabled with the bike cage fare product just touch it to the Metrocard touchpad to open the bike cage door, lock your bike to one of the rails, and then hop on board public transport.

Bike lockers

Individual keyed bike lockers are available at other locations across Adelaide, including;

  • Aberfoyle Hub Interchange
  • Alberton Train Station
  • Blackwood Train Station
  • Brighton Train Station
  • Coromandel Train Station
  • Crafers Park n Ride
  • Dry Creek Train Station
  • Dudley Park Train Station
  • Eden Hills Train Station
  • Evanston Train Station
  • Gawler Central Train Station
  • Glanville Train Station
  • Golden Grove Interchange
  • Goodwood Tram Stop
  • Grange Train Station
  • Hallett Cove Train Station
  • Hove Train Station
  • Islington Train Station
  • Klemzig Interchange
  • Lynton Train Station
  • Marion Road Tram Station
  • Mawson Lakes Train Station
  • Mitcham Train Station
  • Morphettville Tram Station
  • Mount Barker Dutton Road Park 'n' Ride
  • Oaklands Train Station
  • Old Reynella Interchange
  • Panalatinga Park n Ride
  • Paradise Interchange
  • Salisbury Train Station
  • Seacliff Train Station
  • Smithfield Train Station
  • Woodlands Park Train Station
  • Woodville Train Station

To find out if bike storage space is available in your location call the Adelaide Metro InfoLine on 1300 311 108.
For more information on the Metrocard bike cage fare product please view Metrocard Conditions of Use, or call the Adelaide Metro InfoLine on 1300 311 108. 

Cycling instead

Do you like the bike? Cycle instead. The Cycle Instead Journey Planner generates cycling routes using Adelaide's Bikedirect network of main roads, bike lanes, local streets, off road paths and some unsealed paths.