Bike transportation is offered through services like Niagara Airbus, GO Transit, VIA Rail and WEGO. if you are flying with your bike, airlines typically require advance notice, specific packing instructions and a handling fee. It is recommended you check with the airline at the time of booking.
For those travelling from Toronto, GO Transit is the perfect bike friendly solution to come to Niagara with you bike. GO Bus Service is available year round, with space for two bikes available at the front of every bus. During the summer, seasonal GO Train Service is provided between Toronto's Union Station and the Niagara Falls Train Station. Beginning over the May Long Weekend (May 18-21) and then reoccurring every Friday, Saturday and Sunday from June 22 until the Labour Day Long Weekend, visitors can ride the GO Train into Niagara Falls. Every train is equipped with 2-3 bike cars, that each can hold up to 18 bikes!
The Niagara Falls Train Station is ideally located just one block from the Niagara River Recreation Trail giving you an easy starting point to #ExploreNiagara on two wheels!
WEGO offers bike racks on the front of all of its buses, making it easy to transport your bike across Niagara Falls and Niagara-on-the-Lake if your legs get tired of peddling.
If you are planning to take the GO Train, you'll also want to make sure to take advantage of the Niagara Parks and GO travel package. For $30 you'll receive round-trip GO Train fare from Toronto plus a connection WEGO bus pass.
Port Robinson Ferry
The Port Robinson Ferry is a free service for cyclists and pedestrians providing a convenient crossing point at the Welland Canal Trail to connect Thorold to Niagara Falls utilizing the Greater Niagara Circle Route. The Ferry runs every day from 9 am to 8 pm during June, July and August, with reduced hours during September and October from 9 am to dusk.