There are some fantastic benefits to travelling by bike or foot, from being fun and saving you money, to lowering your carbon footprint and helping the environment. This page contains some helpful information should you choose to walk or cycle part or whole of your journey.
Sustrans is the leading sustainable transport charity in the UK, providing information on how to travel by bike or on foot as well as working to improve infrastructure such as the National Cycle Network, to enable people to travel in more sustainable ways. You can visit the Sustrans website here.
Bikes on Buses
Whilst every effort is made to maintain the information on our website, we would advise you to check with the bus / rail operator that you can take your bikes on particular services before making your journey.
First Cymru: Only fold up bicycles that can be put into the luggage pen can be taken on First Cymru bus services.
Cardiff - Swansea Shuttle: Bicycles can be carried on the Shuttle operated by First Cymru.
Silcox Coastal Cruiser 387 (Pembroke Dock - Pembroke - Angle - Freshwater West - Castlemartin, Bosherston, Stackpole and Freshwater East) can carry up to 2 bicycles (and surfboards!)
Beacons Bus B1 (Brecon - Cardiff) and B4 (Brecon - Abergavenny) carry bicycles on Sundays and Bank Holiday Mondays from May – September.
Bikes on Trains
Bikes can be taken free of charge on most Arriva Trains services. Booking is essential on some services. Please call our Contact Centre on 0871 200 22 33 for further information.
Bikes on National Express Coaches
Bikes can be carried on National Express Coaches if they are wrapped or packed in a purpose built case or bag. For more information contact National Express by calling 08717 818181.
Please see the links below for further information on cycling in Wales:
Please see the links below for information on walking in Wales:
Local Authority Cycling / Walking Links
Please see the links below for cycling and walking information from local authorities.