Our 5 bike stores are at the following tram stops on the Bibus network:

  • Porte de Plouzané,
  • Fort Montbarey,
  • Place de Strasbourg,
  • Porte de Guipavas,
  • Porte de Gouesnou.

These bike stores are equipped with CCTV and are reserved for cyclists who are Bibus subscribers.

L’accès se fait exclusivement sur présentation, à la borne de validation,

To gain access to a bike store, present your KorriGo card, loaded with one of the following valid packages, at the validation machine : Formule B’, Formule Liberté, 1 month package (Fréquence, FréKence-26, Rytmo, Tango, Tempo), 1 week package, Pro and Liberté Pro annual packages and any of these SNCF tickets: Uzuël + and Pack mobilité (Etudiant and Etudiant + packages).

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Tram stops are equipped with racks where you can secure your bike.(Please remember to bring a lock!).

Taking your bike on the tram

You are allowed to take your bike on the tram at the following times:

  • Monday to Friday: 5.00am to 6.30am, 9.30am to 11.30am, 2.30pm to 4.30pm and after 7.30pm
  • Saturday: 5.00am to 11.30am and after 7.30pm
  • Sunday: all day

1 bike per carriage, which is 2 bikes per tram.

You can take your bike on board the tram through the doors indicated by this image.

In crowded situations, bike access may be temporarily refused.

Folding bikes (maximum of 75cm) may be taken onto the trams and buses.

- Taking your bike on the cable car Bikes are also permitted on the cable cars (1 bike per cabin) at the same times as the trams.All the information on the use of the bike stores can be found in the Bibus terms and conditions here.