Grab your bike
Kick start your journey the sustainable way – just grab your bike and go! We’ve got designated bike parking, bike-friendly transport links and access to cycle network paths to make sure that your journey is as safe and easy as possible.
Park up right outside the main terminal – we’ve got bike shelters opposite the entrance to International Arrivals 1.
Motorbikes require purchase of parking in all our public car parks, either by pre-booking online or subject to the Drive up & park rates.
Our terminal building is linked to the local cycle path network by Eastfield Road. Other than this 1km link road, you can use cycle paths and quiet routes almost all the way into the city centre.
Need help planning your route? Cyclestreets route planner is a great tool available both online and on their app.
More handy info on cycling is also available at Sustrans and Visit Scotland.
Taking bikes on public transport and flights
ScotRail trains carry bikes for free! It’s worth bearing in mind you might need to pre-book on certain services though.
Travelling on a LNER train? You’ll need to reserve a bike space with them.
Buses normally won’t carry bikes unless they’re foldable – your best bet is to check with the company direct!
You can usually take your bike on the tram unless there isn’t space during peak hours, the guard will keep you right for this one.
Most airlines carry bikes, just be sure to check the packing requirements on their website.