New rules for bicycles from 1 July 2022

In Danish

From 1 July, there will be changes to the rules for bringing bicycles in buses, trains and the Metro.

Bicycle in InterCity and regional trains

You need to buy a Bicycle Seat Ticket for your bicycle, if you want to bring your bicycle in DSB InterCity, InterCityLyn, Lyn+ and regional trains.

The Bicycle Seat Ticket costs 20 kr. and covers both the bicycle's journey and secures a seat for it, no matter how far you travel.

You can purchase the ticket in the DSB app, in ticket vending machines on the train stations, in DSB 7-Eleven or in the DSB ticket office (Salg og Service). 

Read more about Bicycle Seat Tickets here: https://www.dsb.dk/find-produkter-og-services/cykelbillet/nyt-om-cykelbillet/ (in Danish)​

Bicycle in buses and local trains

In a trial period from 1 July 2022 to 30 June 2023 you can bring your bicycle free of charge in all Movia's buses and in all local trains.

The restrictions for bicycle admission are unchanged: In some buses you are not allowed to bring a bicycle during rush hour or on the night before Saturday and Sunday, and the bicycle is not allowed in minibuses - read more about the rules for bicycles here

Bicycle in the Metro

You need to buy a ticket for your bicycle, when you bring your bicycle on the Metro.

The Bicycle Metro ticket costs DKK 14 and can be purchased in the DOT Tickets app, in ticket vending machines on the Metro stations, as an SMS ticket or on your rejsekort.

Remember that you cannot bring your bicycle in the Metro on weekdays between 7:00 and 9:00 and between 15:30 and 17:30.

Bicycle in the S-train

It is still free of charge to bring your bicycle on S-trains, and therefore no Bicycle Seat Ticket is required. The same applies to Øresundstog on Kyst- and Kastrupbanen.