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Another option is to ship your bikes aheadAlthough a great option within the U.S., I think the complexities and costs of international shipping may sink this idea.
there is one small town (Del Bonita) between Cut Bank and Magrath, ABTown? That's quite generous.
Which is why every tourist or other serious rider should have at least two bikes!Agreed. It can be a bit slow. It was a month before my bicycle arrived home from Bar Harbor. I was beginning to think the bike shop had lost my bike. So don't pack your only bike shoes and helmet in the box, and have another bike at home. The bike shop in Astoria was faster--it only took a week. Also, the bike shop in Astoria told me where I could buy a giant duffle bag just down the street for only $12. That was big enough for all my panniers and gear. I reused that same bag in Bar Harbor by having it sent to me care of general delivery at the Bar Harbor post office.