Cycling in the Münsterland
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Cycling in the Münsterland

Bicycle and Fietsen Buses in Münsterland

No matter where you end up at the end of your bike tour, there are numerous bike buses in Münsterland that will take you home. On numerous routes in Münsterland, the buses carry bike trailers for up to 16 bikes on weekends and public holidays. The bicycle buses open up completely new possibilities, because the buses don't just take you home after your cycling tour. You can also use the buses to get to more distant, beautiful cycle routes that you would otherwise not be able to reach so easily. Many cycle buses take you to the most beautiful themed routes in Münsterland, but also to important buildings and real natural treasures. You can find all important information about the bicycle bus es and the routes on offer on this page.

Bicycle bus F1

Beckum - Neubeckum - Ennigerloh - Sendenhorst - Münster

With the F1 bus line, you can flexibly reach several places in the southern Münsterland region between Beckum and Münster, from where you have various options for beautiful cycling tours. Especially for the Werseradweg, the bicycle bus offers several options for extending or shortening the route.

At a glance | Bicycle bus F1

- · Bicycle transport from 1 May to 3 October on Sundays and public holidays

- · 1st bus in Beckum 8.47 a.m.

- · 1st bus in Münster 10.35 a.m.

- · Bicycle transport on the bicycle trailer is free of charge.

- · Groups of 5 or more please call the responsible transport company by Friday/the day before (Tel.: 02521 93030)

- · Unfortunately, recumbent bicycles and tandems cannot be taken along.

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Bicycle bus F10

Osnabrück - Wersen - Westerkappeln - Mettingen - Ibbenbüren - Bevergern - Hörstel-Riesenbeck

The FahrradBus F10 runs between Osnabrück and Riesenbeck on Sundays and public holidays. The bus is perfectly suited to overcome the gradients of the Tecklenburger Land without having to give up taking your bike along. But it is not only cyclists who benefit from the F10 bus line; the bus also offers hikers a good way to get on the Teuto loops.

At a glance | Bicycle bus F10

- · Bicycle transport from 1 May to 3 October on Sundays and public holidays

- · 1st bus in Osnabrück: 10.15 a.m. (1st bus only goes to Ibbenbüren)

- · 1st bus in Ibbenbüren: 8.20 am/ 1st bus in Riesenbeck: 12.07 pm

- · Bicycles on the bicycle trailer are free of charge.

- · Groups of 5 or more please call the responsible transport company by Friday/the day before (Tel.: 05451/942846)

- · Unfortunately, recumbent bicycles and tandems cannot be taken along.

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BikeBus R51

Bocholt - Rhede - Borken - Velen - Gescher - Coesfeld

The FietsenBus R51 transports you in the western Münsterland on the route between Bocholt and Coesfeld in the heart of the region. Thanks to the convenient bicycle transport, you have numerous new combination options for your next cycling tour. Special sights that you can reach with the bicycle bus include Gemen Castle, Velen Castle and the Bell Museum in Gescher. In addition, the bicycle bus offers you numerous entry points to beautiful cycle paths.

At a glance | R51 bicycle bus

- · Bicycle transport from 1 May to 3 October on weekends and public holidays

- · 1st bus in Bocholt: 6.22 am (Saturday), 8.22 am (Sundays and public holidays)

- · 1st bus in Coesfeld: 10.00 a.m. (Saturday), 9.00 a.m. (Sundays and public holidays)

- · Bicycles are carried on the bicycle trailer free of charge.

- · Groups of 5 or more please call the responsible transport company by Friday/the day before (Tel.: 01806 607085)

- · Unfortunately, recumbent bicycles and tandems cannot be taken along.

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BikeBus R61

Coesfeld - Gescher - Stadtlohn - Vreden

With the FietsenBus R61 you can easily reach your destination in the western Münsterland. The charming little town of Gescher is particularly recommendable. Here you will also find cycle paths with many routes, such as the Flamingo Route and river cycle paths along the Berkel, Aa and Slinge. Or you can use this uncomplicated way of getting around to explore the beautiful Zwillbrocker Venn and the surrounding region by bike.

At a glance | R61 bicycle bus

- · Bicycle transport from 1 May to 3 October on weekends and public holidays.

- · The bus runs every two hours

- · 1st bus in Vreden: 7.29 am (Saturday), 9.59 am (Sundays and public holidays)

- · 1st bus in Coesfeld: 8.30 am (Saturday), 9.00 am (Sundays and public holidays)

- · Bicycles on the bicycle trailer are free of charge.

- · Groups of 5 or more please call the responsible transport company by Friday/the day before (Tel.: 01806 607085)

- · Unfortunately, recumbent bicycles and tandems cannot be taken on the trailer.

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BikeBus RVN61

Bocholt - Isselburg - Rees

The perfect bus route to connect the cycle paths in the beautiful Münsterland with the cycle paths along the Rhine. The FahrradBus RNV61 helps you cover the kilometres between the Lower Rhine and the western Münsterland. This way you can easily shorten the distance of your planned cycling tour and get to see two beautiful regions in Germany at the same time.

At a glance | Bicycle bus RVN61

- · Bicycle transport from 1 May to 3 October on weekends and public holidays

- · 1st bus in Bocholt: 6.29 a.m. (Saturday), 8.29 a.m. (Sundays and public holidays)

- · 1st bus in Rees: 7.28 a.m.

- · Bicycles on the bicycle trailer are free of charge.

- · Groups of 5 or more please call the responsible transport company by the Friday/day before (Tel.: 01806 607085)

- · Unfortunately, recumbent bicycles and tandems cannot be taken on the trailer.

BikeBus R74

Borken - Heiden - Groß Reken - Maria Veen - Reken railway station - Klein Reken

If you love unspoilt nature and beautiful landscapes, you should definitely take the opportunity to go on a cycle tour through the Hohe Mark. The R74 cycle bus will take you to exactly this paradise, which is ideally suited for an extensive cycle tour. The perfect place to relax at the weekend.

At a glance | R74 bicycle bus

- · Bicycle transport from 1 May to 3 October to this very paradise.

- · The bus runs every two hours on weekends and public holidays

- · 1st bus in Borken: 8.34 am (Saturday), 10.34 am (Sundays and public holidays)

- · 1st bus in Klein Reken: 9.32 am (Saturday), 9.32 am (Sundays and public holidays)

- · Bicycles on the bicycle trailer are free of charge.

- · Groups of 5 or more please call the responsible transport company by Friday/the day before (Tel.: 02563 93060)

- · Unfortunately, recumbent bikes and tandems cannot be taken on the trailer.

Bicycle bus R76/R77

Borken - Weseke - Südlohn - Stadtlohn - Ahaus - Heek - Gronau-Epe - Gronau

With the FietsenBus R76/R77 you have numerous possibilities to adapt your cycling tour to your individual needs, whether you want to shorten or extend the trip. The bus not only takes you to the most beautiful cycle paths, but also to numerous sights such as Ahaus Castle and Gemen Castle along the way.

At a glance | R76/R77 bicycle bus

- · Bicycle transport from 1 May to 3 October on weekends and public holidays.

- · The bus runs every two hours

- · 1st bus in Borken: 6.32 a.m. (Saturday), 10.32 a.m. (Sundays and public holidays)

- · 1st bus in Gronau: 8.46 a.m.

- · Bicycle transport on the bicycle trailer is free of charge.

- · Groups of 5 or more please call the responsible transport company by the Friday/day before (Tel.: 02563 93060)

- · Unfortunately, recumbent bicycles and tandems cannot be taken on the trailer.

Bike bus R63

Münster - Tilbeck - Schapdetten - Stevern - Nottuln

Ride your bike to the top. The R63 bicycle bus takes you from Münster to the Baumberge. It's a good thing you don't have to cycle the distance from Münster to Nottuln, because you need enough energy for the hilly landscape. From Nottuln you can reach the Longinus Tower. It is located on the Westerberg, the highest elevation in the Baumberge. Take advantage of the fantastic scenery with a wonderful view for a coffee break on your bike tour.

At a glance | R63 bicycle bus

- · Bicycle transport from 1 May to 3 October on Sundays and public holidays.

- · The bus runs every two hours

- · 1st bus in Nottuln: 9.50 a.m.

- · 1st bus in Münster: 10.43 a.m.

- · Bicycles are carried on the bicycle trailer free of charge.

- · Groups of 5 or more please call the responsible transport company by Friday/the day before (Tel.: 02553 93380)

- · Unfortunately, recumbent bicycles and tandems cannot be taken on the trailer.

Ticket Tip | Münsterland Bicycle Buses

With the bicycle buses in Münsterland, you can travel with the WestfalenTarif. The 9.00 a.m. TagesTickets (day tickets ) are particularly interesting for cyclists on excursions. They allow you to travel by bus and train as often as you like throughout the day. With the 9.00 a.m. TagesTicket (1 person), a single person or an adult (aged 15 or over) with 3 children can use the bicycle bus. The 9.00 a.m. TgaesTicket (5 persons) is valid for up to five persons without age restriction.

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