Buses offer free rides for bicyclists during Bike Month

May 3, 2012

By Staff

NEW — 2 p.m. May 3, 2012

May is National Bike Month, and to mark the occasion, bicyclists loading a bike onto local buses can ride for free.

Bicyclists using King County Metro Transit and Sound Transit ride free from May 14-19.

The offer applies to any Metro Transit bus or ST Express bus operated by Metro Transit, including routes 554, 555 and 556 from Issaquah.

Each bus has three spaces on a bike rack available on a first come, first served basis.

If the bus’ bike rack is full, cyclists should be prepared to wait for the next bus or consider leaving the bike parked in a bike rack at a transit facility.

Many Metro Transit and Sound Transit facilities also offer bike lockers.

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One Response to “Buses offer free rides for bicyclists during Bike Month”

  1. Jordan on May 16th, 2012 9:32 am

    I am pleased buses are offering free rides for bikers for the week. Few people realize the benefits of biking and taking public transportation to and from work. This is an excellent way to spread the word about going green, getting fit and taking advantage of both biking and public transportation.

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