With WeGo's bike racks, we're making commuting easier for bike riders. So, if steep hills, hard-to-negotiate bridges and tunnels have kept you off your bike, it's time to get back on. Every day you leave your car in the garage is a day we all breathe a little easier.
Whether your bike is your primary method of transportation or your favorite way to exercise, riding around Nashville is easy. That's because every bus in the WeGo fleet is fitted with an easy-to-use bike rack. In just a few seconds, you can securely store your bike and ride in comfort. Each bike rack can accommodate two bikes and are available on a first-come, first-served basis. WeGo buses operated by Gray Line of Tennessee also can accommodate bikes in their luggage compartments. Motorized bikes are not allowed on WeGo buses at this time.
There are more than 30 bus routes in Middle Tennessee. Chances are you'll find one near your work or your favorite bike trail. For a complete list of maps and schedules, click here.
Download our bike and ride information here.