Travelling with your bike
In tourist areas during the summer season (from May until October), Postbus operates with convenient rear bike racks for 5 – 6 bikes and trailers for 16 – 20 bikes. There are a limited number of spaces for bikes.
On other routes, bikes can be transported at any time of year in the luggage area or passenger compartment of the vehicle.
Rules and regulations:
- Wheelchairs and prams have priority.
- Bicycle transport may be restricted during peak hours. Please observe any notes in the timetable.
- The safety of other passengers must be guaranteed at all times.
- Passengers must load bicycles onto the vehicle themselves.
- If your bicycle cannot be taken because of limited capacity, you will have to switch to a later journey.
- A reservation must be made on some routes. Please observe the general information in the timetable.
The travelpass for bikes and the bicycle pass (GA) from the SBB and other transport companies are also valid on the entire PostBus network. You do not have to purchase any additional ticket to take your bicycle with you on the Postbus.
- Folded bikes and bikes packed in carry bags count as hand luggage and are carried free of charge. Special transport cases are recommended for this, such as the TranZBag, which is available from the baggage check-in counter at some railway stations or online from SBB.
- A maximum of two e-bikes per rear carrier can be carried in addition to "normal" bikes without motors.
- Special bikes (such as tandem bicycles, recumbent bicycles or tricycles) that do not fit into the normal bike racks or are longer than 2 m cannot be transported. This also applies to bicycle trailers that are wider than 60 cm.
- Scooters for adults count as accompanied unpacked bikes and are therefore subject to a fee.