Previous research has demonstrated that practicing a movement in one limb can result in improved performance of the action in the contralateral, untrained limb. However, most studies of inter-limb transfer have focussed on transfer of strength and model-based motor learning. The current study assesses the transfer of use-dependent bias, thought to be a form of model-free learning. Use-dependent bias was created in one hand in a task requiring bilateral ballistic movements, though there was no evidence of transfer to the opposite hand. This supports the bilateral access model of transfer, though future replication of results is needed to confirm this conclusion.