Rail & Bike
„Thanks to RhB I can shorten the tours as I wish.“ Manuela Gallati, 28, started working at RhB in January 2013. She lives in Davos and often goes mountain biking there.
May we be of assistance?
Everything is fine thank you. People can also travel with their bikes on the new trains.
Which biking route do you use most frequently?
I like the tour through the Zügen Gorge because it is varied and there are lots of splendid views. I can also make a pit stop at the restaurant „Statiönli“ in Wiesen for home-made flan. Unfortunately I have to do without the Monstein beer as I have to drive later on.
Unless you take the train back ...
Exactly – and that happens from time to time.
What do you particularly like about RhB when you are using your bike?
I think it is wonderful that me and my biking friends from the lowlands can travel free in Davos/Klosters between Klosters and Filisur on RhB thanks to the All-inclusive Card. We only have to pay for the bike transport.
Do you always sit close to your bike?
It must be visible at least. This means you have an overview. I usually have more stuff with me, especially if I am travelling to Klosters fully equipped with protectors for the Freeride Piste. That is when I really value travelling by train – especially on the way back because it is going upwards (laughs).
And what about when you are going downwards?
Then I use one of the beautiful routes in Prättigau. Thanks to the train I can cut my tours short where I want so that I can also get on the bike after work. For example to Davos Glaris and then onto the Rinerhorn – upwards, of course.