Bike & Go
Step off the train and onto a bike – the perfect way to explore the city and countryside.
Bike & Go is a flexible bike hire scheme available at 12 stations in Scotland and across the UK. It’s perfect if you only need a bike sometimes – so you can pedal off to the shops, the park, or out on a full-day adventure.
How does it work? You’ll need to register, and pay a £10 annual membership fee. Then it’s just a low daily hire rate of £3.80 a day. Pick up the bike at the station, and drop it back when you’re done.
Bike & Go is available at 12 stations across the ScotRail network – from Glasgow and Edinburgh to Aberdeen and Inverness.
Watch the video to find out more.
How does Bike & Go work?
You’ll need to register with Bike & Go, which costs £10 a year. You’ll get a membership card in the post, which you can use at any Bike & Go station across the UK. When you sign up you’ll also receive a unique reference number, which you can use to hire a bike while you wait for your membership card to arrive.
Head to the ticket office to get your card scanned (or show your unique reference number) and pick up a bike key. Bikes cost £3.80 for 24 hours, and you can hire one for up to 72 hours.
Unlock your bike and go! Bikes come with two locks so you can keep them safe while you’re out and about.
Return your bike to the station you hired it from and hand the key back into the ticket office.
Travelling by train with your own bike?
Our cycling page includes information on cycle parking at ScotRail stations, taking your bike on the train, cycle hire partners, and advice from the British Transport Police on keeping your bike safe and secure. Find out more here
Ready, steady Bike & Go...
Watch our video and see how easy it is to use Bike & Go across our network.
Bike & Go is available at 12 stations in Scotland:
- Edinburgh Haymarket
- Falkirk High
- Glasgow Central