La Malle de Bois Japanese Trains are Made for Rides to Bring Bikes Aboard

By: Misel Saban - May 12, 2016
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The 'La Malle de Bois' train in Japan is designed to accommodate the large amount of bike riders travelling from city to city with a bike-touring train. The mode of transportation allows riders to travel from Uno Station to Okayma and several other locations with handy bike storing units that can fit bikes full-sized directly on to the train. This is ideal for millennials that are interested in travelling by bike throughout Japan. The train's architecture makes it easy to bring bikes aboard with a specially designed cycle storage unit.

The trains are modern, spacious and fully accessible to riders looking to bring aboard their bikes. Rather than asking riders to fold or disassemble the vehicles, they can be hung up by the front tire in a series of storage units.