We make it easy to ride to Sea-Tac Airport, park, and disassemble or assemble your bike.
Flying with your bike?
Our bicycle assembly station with tools and bike pump provide a place to disassemble or assemble your bike before or after a flight.
The station is located across from Ken’s Baggage and Frozen Foods, baggage claim level, between carousels 12 and 13. Ken’s offers bicycle boxes for sale. Contact your airline about fees for checking your bike on a flight.
Parking your bike at the airport
Four bicycle parking areas, with racks are available at the following locations: Day-use storage
- Fourth floor parking garage (skybridge 1 & 6)
- Arrivals (south-end bus stop)
Baggage claim level (back wall carousels 12 and 13)
Getting to and from Sea-Tac Airport on your bicycle
You can get to the airport via bike trails and shared roadways, or hop on Link Light Rail. Travelers and employees alike can benefit from the airport bike resources.
If you choose to access the airport by roadway, be sure to familiarize yourself with the area and safety laws:
- King County interactive bike map
- Seattle Department of Transportation interactive or print bike maps.
- Pierce County bike map.
- Washington State bicycle laws
- For precise directions try Google maps or Ride the City.
The Port of Seattle is not responsible for injury, damage or theft.
If you plan to leave your bike for more than 30 days, please register it by calling (206) 787-5406. Bicycles that are left for more than 30 days and not registered will be removed.
Safety is paramount! For information on how to commute safely via bicycle, check out King County's safety tips.
- Cascade Bicycle Club
- Washington Bikes