Bike tickets for self-service loading of bicycles.
You can buy a bike ticket for self-service loading of bicycles. Bike tickets are valid on SBB, private railways, postbuses and on other transport companies’ services. They may also be used with the transport companies of the Zurich Transport Network (excluding some local bus routes).
Bike ticket prices.
|Prices1/bike ticket||Adult with a GA travelcard, Half-Fare travelcard, STS2, and children up to 16 years of age||
Annual bike pass
(valid for 1 year, not transferable)
|CHF 220||CHF 220|
|1-day bike pass|
Multipack of 1-day bike passes
(6 days to be chosen freely)
|Local bike tickets||½ ticket, 2nd class||1/1 ticket, 2nd class|
|Reservation on ICN||CHF 5||CHF 5|
Discounts and special offers.
- Children with a Junior travelcard and children under six can board with a child’s bike or trailer bike free of charge, provided they are accompanied by a parent holding a valid bike ticket. The same rules apply for the grandchild travelcard and the STS Family Card.
- Those holding an ID card for passengers with a disability may transport tandems, recumbent bikes and three-wheeled bikes for the price of an ordinary bicycle.
Obtain your bike ticket here.
The 1-day bike pass may be purchased online at SBB Ticket Shop (1-day bike pass full fare, 1-day bike pass reduced fare), via your mobile phone, at the ticket counter or at ticket machines. You can buy the annual bike pass or multipacks of 1-day bike passes at the ticket counter or via Rail Service on 0900 300 300 (CHF 1.19/min. from the Swiss fixed-line network).
1 Valid for standard bicycles and bike trailers (unloaded). Non-standard bikes (longer than 2 m or not fitting in normal racks, such as tandems, recumbent bikes, tricycles, etc.) cost double the fares listed. Passengers with an “Identity card for passengers with a disability” may travel with a tandem, reclining bike or tricycle for the fare listed for a standard bicycle.
2 Tickets from the Swiss Travel System range (for visitors from abroad).