Cycle Train※Paid service and restriction on the number of passengers.

For Cycling Shimanami 2018, the Cycle Train will run. Bicycles can be taken on board without needing to be folded.

1 【JR Fukuyama Station⇒JR Onomichi Station】(Participants in course A)

Operating Date:
Sunday, October 28th, 2018
Operating Route:

JR Fukuyama Station→JR Onomichi Station<one way>

Time:

【Inbound】

JR Fukuyama Station JR Onomichi Station
04:40 05:00
  • ※Subject to change.
  • ※One way trip only
Fares:
410 yen
Reservation period:
mid-June ~ end of July(subject to change)
※Reservation will close when full capacity is reached.
How to reserve:
Applications are only accepted on the reservation website.(open in mid-June)

2 【JR Matsuyama Station ~JR Imabari Station】(Participants in course B~G)

Operating Date:
Sunday, October 28th, 2018
Operating Route:
JR Matsuyama Station~JR Imabari Station<Round trip>
Time:

【Inbound】

JR Matsuyama Station JR Imabari Station
05:16 05:56

【Return】

JR Imabari Station JR Matsuyama Station
17:50 19:04
  • ※Subject to change.
Fares:
Adult(junior high school age or older) 2,000 yen<Round trip>
Child(elementary school student)   1,000 yen<Round trip>
Reservation period:
mid-June ~ end of July(subject to change)
※Reservation will close when full capacity is reached.
How to reserve:
Applications are only accepted on the reservation website.(open in mid-June)

Notes

  • Cycle Train is available by advance reservation only.
  • Once reservation has been received, no requests for change or refund are accepted.
  • Protect your bike while transporting, loading on and off the train. Use at your own risk. You may be asked to use cushioning or to stack your bike with others.
  • After your reservation is confirmed, a ticket will be sent to you. Without the ticket, you cannot board the Cycle Train.

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CYCLING SHIMANAMICYCLING SHIMANAMI

Cycling Shimanami is a cycling event held on the majestic "Shimanami Kaido". Join us to experience the amazing scenery of the glittering ocean and numerous islands dotting the Seto Inland Sea.