Bainbridge Island Bike Barn Kitsap Transit’s Bainbridge Island Bike Barn is located just outside the ferry terminal. The Bike Barn offers a limited number of secured storage for commuter's bicycles, personal-sized lockers for accessories, and 12 daily use hooks. During the Summer months, there is an on-site service vendor who can provide minor bike repairs, cycling accessories for sale, and bike rentals. If you are interested in reserving a space in the Bike Barn, please see the "Bainbridge Island Bike Barn Agreement" for details and requirements. If you qualify, call for storage availability as some locations may have a waiting list. Complete the "Bike Barn Agreement", include a $75.00 deposit, and mail to Kitsap Transit. For more information, please call 1-800-501-RIDE (7433).Bike Lockers
Kitsap Transit has a limited number of secured bike lockers available for reservation. Most are located at ferry terminals and Park & Ride lots. Currently, there are lockers at the Kingston Ferry Terminal, and at George's Corner and Suquamish Park & Rides. If you are interested in reserving a locker, please see the "Bike Locker Agreement" for details and requirements. If you qualify, call for locker availability as some locations may have a waiting list. Complete the "Bike Locker Agreement", include a $75.00 deposit, and mail to Kitsap Transit. For more information, please call 1-800-501-RIDE (7433).
If you have a suggested location for placement of additional lockers, please let us know.Bike Racks on Buses
You can take your bike along when you ride the bus. All buses in our Routed Service and many of our Worker/Driver buses have bike racks. You load and unload your bike yourself. For safety reasons, the driver can't leave the bus to help you, but can offer verbal instructions. Unfolding the rack and loading the bike safely takes only a few seconds, once you are familiar with it. To unload your bike you simply reverse the loading procedure. There is no extra charge for the bike; you pay only the regular fare.
Click here to view a video demonstration on how to use the bike rack (2.8MB - AVI format).Bikes on Kitsap Transit Foot Ferries
There is good news if you take a bicycle onto any of Kitsap Transit's foot ferries that run between Bremerton and Port Orchard. There is NO extra-fare for taking a bike onboard. Kitsap Transit wants to encourage people to use bicycles and other alternative transportation. When more people begin using alternative transportation, other than driving alone, there will be less air pollution and traffic congestion.
September 1, 2011
Phone: (360) 373-2877 or 1-800-501-RIDE