The trains normally put motorbikes in a separate car (but still connected to your train), I'd assume the same would go for bicycles.
#2 somtam2000 has been a member since 21/1/2004. Location: Indonesia. Posts: 7,706
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Thanks Somtam2000. We've been told that it is possible that the bikes would be put on another train.
That is what we want to avoid; we'd like to feel as certain as possible that there's a baggage car on the train we ride, and that the bikes are riding along with us.
Anyone know for SURE?
#3 bikercj has been a member since 6/11/2008. Posts: 2
I'm sure you've already experienced this situation, but just in case:
Just found this forum/thread and wanted a legitimate answer to your question. My bicycle WAS loaded on another train. I had to wait 2 nights without my bicycle. I worried the whole time through! In the end, my bicycle made it through in one piece
Actual travel cost: 27,000DNG
Cost for cover (H.D. Sack): 23,000DNG
#4 marmar has been a member since 1/4/2014. Posts: 1