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Providing end to end shuttle service to St. Johnsbury and Swanton. Multi-day tour packages available!

The newly constructed Lamoille Valley Rail Trail is the longest recreation trail in New England at 93 miles and stretches across some of the state's most scenic areas and desirable destinations.  Our shuttle runs 3 days a week on Monday, Wednesday and Friday with advanced rerservations only. Offering east to west bound transportation and back for people, bikes and luggage, whether renting one of our bikes or bringing your own.  Ride to one end of the trail or to one of our trailhead stops and cycle your way back to your car at your leisure.  For those interested in renting a bike and traveling across trail overnight visit our Multi-Day Tours page to book your trail adventure!  


(download printable schedule here)


1 Zone Ride
travel within 1 zone east or west

2 Zone Ride
travel within 2 zones east or west

3 Zone Ride
travel within 3 zones east or west
(the full trail)


  • Pricing for our shuttle is color coordinated by zones of trail.  All prices are per person, one way rates and includes transportation for you and your bike.

  • Pricing is dictated per zone no matter where one is picked up or dropped off within. Travel within one zone of trail = $25. Travel across two zones of trail = $40. Pricing across all three zones of trail (a full trail ride) = $60

  • All shuttle rides must be BOOKED IN ADVANCE. The shuttle does not run without advance reservation or with less than two riders. IF you book the shuttle on a day with less than two riders we will hold a seat and wait for additional riders and will provide a full refund if the two rider minimum is not met. Our shuttle is a comfortable large 14 passenger bus, so it doesn't make environmental or economical sense to operate the shuttle with less than 2 passengers.

  • Our shuttle leaves our Trailside Bike Center in Johnson, VT at the midpoint of the trail and heads east on VT Route 15 and east to US Route 2 , stopping at multiple trailheads along the way for pickups and dropoffs. Please PLAN TO ARRIVE 30 MINUTES BEFORE YOUR DEPARTURE TIME. We are generally on time or within 10 minutes of the scheduled departure and we don't want to leave without you.

  • Our shuttle can accommodate all types of regular acoustic bikes and ebikes 49 lbs and under.  Please contact us if in advance if you are using a non-standard bike such as a tandem, recumbent bike, three-wheeler, electric fat bikes or if you are bringing a luggage trailer or other such accessory with you so that we can be sure it fits. Additional charges may apply for the use of our enclosed trailer. Please contact us to discuss options for  a custom shuttle. 

  • Custom shuttles for groups of 6 or more looking for private shuttle transportation on our off days, outside of our normal operating schedule or to different destinations are possible on a case by case basis. Please contact us directly and we'd be happy to work with you! Due to cost, groups of 6 or more are recommended for custom shuttles.

  • Due to the road route, it's proximity to the rail trail and the convenient accommodations it offers, we have included St. Albans in our stop schedule, though the trail does not go through this town it's proximity with lodging and accommodation make it a desirable LVRT hub.

  • There is usually plenty of parking at the trailheads, however trailheads do not allow overnight parking. The best overnight parking options can be found at your accommodation or at the Park and Ride in St. Johnsbury at the east end of the trail and the Park and Ride in St. Albans on the west end of the trail.

  • Luggage transport - We can accommodate one bag per person on the shuttle during your shuttle ride. We hope to expand upon this service in the very near future.  If you are looking for this level of service for the 2023 season please Multi-Day Tour Packages and we would be happy to assist you with your trip!

  • Bike Racks, Panniers/saddlebags, and pull behind bike cargo trailers are all available for rent as an add on on our booking page. 

  • For more Trip planning information and resources please visit our Rail Trail Info page

For additional information please visit our FAQ's page or feel free to contact us! 

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