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All train companies allow cycles as long as they can be accommodated safely.
Leeds Cyclepoint offer storage, hire, service and repairs within the railway station. Find out more on the Cyclepoint website
For full information contact either the appropriate train company or National Rail on 08457 48 49 50.
Cycles can be taken free of charge on all CrossCountry services.
All you need to do is make a reservation at the same time as you buy your ticket - for which there may be a charge - to ensure there is dedicated space available for it.
You'll need to place your standard bicycle in designated storage areas, and for safety reasons they're not allowed in aisles and vestibules. If you have a folding bicycle, you can carry it on as personal baggage and you don't have to reserve a
East Coast will carry your cycle free of charge if you have a valid ticket. Only one cycle per customer, space allowing. Please be sure to reserve your cycle on the train of your choice before you travel.
Fully folded cycles are free of charge without restriction, provided they can be stowed as luggage within the passenger accommodation.
Please note that some platforms are too short for the length of train - in these cases you may not be able to take your bike. In Yorkshire these stations are Skipton; Keighley (southbound); Brough and Horsforth. Please follow the advice of staff at these stations.
Cycles are free of charge on all East Midlands Trains services.
On East Midlands Mainline (Route 1 - Leeds/Sheffield - Derby - London St. Pancras), cycle reservations are compulsory as space is limited. Please call 08457 125 678.
Cycles are free of charge on all First TransPennine Express services.
As space is limited, please reserve a space at least 24 hours before travelling. A maximum of two cycles can be carried per train so reservations are subject to availability.
Fully folded cycles are free of charge without restriction.
Cycles are free of charge on all Grand Central services.
Three cycle spaces are available on each train but six can be carried by arrangement. Cycles are to be stored within the luggage compartment which can be entered via the adjacent train crew door. This door will be locked prior to station departure.
On the following routes Mondays to Fridays, cycles cannot be carried during peak hours (0700 - 0900 and 1600 - 1800 hours):
A leaflet produced by National Rail entitled 'The National Rail Guide - Cycling by Train' is produced annually and is available at staffed rail stations.