Bike & Ride Transit
All Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada (RTC) vehicles serving the Las Vegas Valley are equipped with a bicycle rack that can accommodate up to two or three bikes and there is no additional cost to bring a bike along for a ride.
Sorry, no tricycles or tandem and gas powered bicycles can be placed in the racks and riders are responsible for the loading and unloading of their bikes. The RTC is not responsible for loss, damage or theft.
Loading Your Bicycle on Transit Vehicles (Photo demonstration)
As the bus approaches, please have the bicycle ready for loading. Remove water bottles, pumpsor any loose items that might fall off and inform the bus operator before putting the bicycle on the rack. Prior to departing, also inform the bus operator a bicycle will be removed from the rack. For safety reasons, the operator may not get off the bus to assist.
Please note, loading your bike on the Metropolitan Area Express (MAX) and Wright vehicles requires you to bring your bike into the vehicle.
Bicycle Racks on RTC Transit
1. As you lift the metal handle, pull down on the bicycle rack.
2. Before loading your bicycle onto the rack. Position your bike in the slots closest to the vehicle when available.
3. Lift your bicycle onto the rack. Position your bike in the slots closest to the vehicle when available.
4. Fit both the front and back tire into the appropriate slots labeled “front wheel here” and “back wheel here.”
5. Pull the hold down bar out and place it over your front tire to secure your bicycle on the rack.
Bicycle racks are located at the middle door of the Streetcar and hold up to three bicycles.
Bicycle racks are located at the rear door inside the MAX vehicle and all MAX vehicles hold up to two bicycles.
Unloading your bicycle
For safety reasons, it is very important to tell the operator before unloading your bicycle. Riders are responsible for the loading and unloading of their bicycles and the RTC is not responsible for loss, damage or theft.