Using Bikes on the Transit System

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Important safety tips to remember when using bike racks on B.A.T.S. buses:

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  • ALWAYS tell the operator that you will be loading/unloading your bicycle.
  • Before the bus arrives, remove any loose items (water bottles, zipper pouch, bike pump, etc.) from your bike.
  • Remember, the operator must stay on the bus and will not be able to assist you with the rack.
  • Like other transit systems, the Bullhead Area Transit System assumes no liability for damage or injury incurred to bikes, personal property or persons using the bike racks.
  • Bike racks can only carry two bikes at a time. They are available on a first come, first served basis. Please wait for the next bus if the rack is full. Bikes are not permitted inside buses.
  • The racks support bikes with 16" and larger wheel dimensions. All recumbent bikes, tandem bikes and three-wheeled bikes are not allowed on bike racks, as they do not fit safely in the racks. The bike racks are not designed to accommodate motorized bikes.
  • Remember your bike! Remind the driver that you need to unload your bike when you are getting off the bus.

 

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