Traveling by train with your bike is increasingly common, for professional reasons or for leisure. These two modes of transport are completely complementary and part of a responsible mobility approach. The companies have understood this well and all offer solutions, more or less practical or restrictive, for taking your bike with you.
In this article we will see how this works with the SNCF but be aware that all companies display all the details concerning the transport of bicycles on their websites.
Here is what it says on the SNCF website:
The golden rule: a bicycle disassembled and stored in a specific
bagwith maximum dimensions of 120x90 cm (85x85 for Eurostar) is considered hand luggage. It does not require no reservation, and it does not incur any additional costs (except with Ouigo: additional baggage option).
Considered as hand luggage, the bicycle under
bagmust be labeled and must not exceed the maximum authorized dimensions: 120 cm in height by 90 cm in width.
It is therefore essential that the bike is dismantled and stored in a
Based on the observation that there was no truly satisfactory solution for transporting bicycles on the train, we decided to create the first complete range of
This is the TRAINBAg range, made up of 4 models, all compatible with road bikes and mountain bikes, perfectly adapted to 29" and meeting everyone has specific needs:
The TRAINBag Light is the
The classic model, with integrated pockets for storing the wheels. The TRAINBag Original is made of PE600D, an extremely resistant material.
The TRAINBag Race is the most versatile
The TRAINBag Travel is the padded
The universal fork protection, an essential complement to the TRAINBag
The universal support to protect the transmission by isolating the rear derailleur from the ground and preventing the bike from resting on the large chainring.