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Bikes on SeaBus

Man getting on SeaBus with bike

While on board remain near the doorway and keep the aisles free.

Take your bike on the SeaBus and cross the Burrard Inlet without the hassle of bridges or traffic; electric and folding bikes are also allowed on board. It's fast, easy and gives you a scenic ride over the water too.


There is no additional cost to take your bike on SeaBus. It’s free.


Maximum of six bikes per sailing during rush hours.

Times Allowed

Bicycles are allowed on board the SeaBus at all hours.


  • Bikes with trailers of any kind are not permitted.
  • Bikes must be less than 185 centimeters (73 inches) long.
  • Trailers or other obtrusive attachments are not allowed.
  • Bicycles are not allowed on escalators.
  • Two-wheeled electric and gas-powered scooters are not permitted.


Play it Safe

  • Dismount at all times in stations, platforms, elevators, stairs and on board. You must not ride your bicycle anywhere inside stations or on the SeaBus.
  • When boarding or leaving the SeaBus, use caution to avoid bumping into other passengers. Please be courteous and allow other passengers to board and exit the SeaBus first.
  • Give priority to wheelchairs, scooters, baby carriages and passengers with service animals such as guide dogs.
  • Hold on to your bike at all times while on board and in stations.
  • While on board remain near the doorway and keep the aisles free.
  • Bicycles must be clean and have no projections that might damage the SeaBus or injure other passengers.
  • Slip-covers are recommended for folding bikes.

    Bike Parking

    Photo of inside of bike parkade

    Keep your bike safe while riding transit. Register to use our indoor bike parking facilities.

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