Bicycle routes

Victoria's bicycle network consists of either bike lanes on roads or off-road bicycle tracks.

Resources for bike riders in Victoria:

Bringing bicycles on public transport

Bicycles can be taken aboard metropolitan trains. Do not use the first door of the first carriage as this is a priority area for mobility impaired travellers. Walk your bike along the platform and only mount it after leaving the station precinct.

Bicycles can be taken aboard V/Line trains subject to space availability, as determined by the conductor. Travelling off-peak will provide a much greater certainty of space being available. Bicycles have stricter restrictions on V/Line buses. Further information is available from the V/Line bicycles and luggage information.

Storing your bicycle

Bike hoops are installed at most railway stations across Victoria. Use a lock and chain to secure both the frame and the wheels of your bike to the hoop.

Secure bike cages are available at selected train stations in Melbourne and regional Victoria. They are provided through the Parkiteer program and are free to use, accessible with a swipe card.