Carry-On Bicycle Service Now Available on the Wolverine
Effective July 26, 2018
Amtrak will begin offering carry-on bicycle service aboard the Wolverine Service at all stations for only $10, beginning July 26, 2018.
Bicycle reservations are required, and bike tickets must be presented to the conductor when boarding the train. Passengers can reserve space for their bikes by selecting “add bike” when they book their train travel on Amtrak.com, by calling 800-USA-RAIL (1-800-872-7245) and at Amtrak ticket offices. Only four bicycles are permitted per train.
Passengers will be provided a bike tag by station employees and by the train crew at unstaffed stations. Passenger must present their bike tag to retrieve their bike from the train crew at their destination.
Passengers carrying on bikes must arrive 45 minutes prior to train departure to allow sufficient time to obtain their ticket and baggage tag, and to get their bike onto the train.
Only one standard size bicycles will be permitted per passenger. Large seat/saddle bags must be removed from the bikes. These items can be carried on the train and will count as a carry-on item.
Passengers must be physically capable of lifting their bicycle up to shoulder height to an employee standing in the vestibule. Passengers may stow their bicycle in open spaces at the ends of the car. They may not be stored in the vestibule.
Passengers will be responsible for preparing their bicycle prior to detraining. Bicycle should be positioned in the doorway, so the passenger can lift it off the car with the chain facing away.