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Bikes on board

Touring across Europe or bumbling around the wine regions, we’ve got you covered.

Travelling with your bike on Eurostar


We know that many of you are keen for us to relaunch our bike service. We’re sorry that it’s taking us longer than anticipated. We’re working as hard as we can to relaunch it before the end of January.

In the meantime, if you’d like to take a fully assembled or boxed bike on your trip, we’d recommend booking a courier service. We’re sorry for the inconvenience.


You can still bring a folding bike or children's bike on board as long as it's no longer than 85 cm in length and it's carried in a protective bag which covers the whole bike. This is to protect your bike, other people and their luggage both at the station, on board and going through security.


E-scooters and hoverboards

While we’re on the subject of two-wheeled transport, you won’t be able to travel on Eurostar with an electric scooter (e-scooter) or hoverboard.

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