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Walk on the wild side for sure! I didn't even know they let you ride over that bridge. We walked our bikes all the way across on the sidewalk.Yes, you can ride across. They even have "Bikes on Bridge" flashing lights with a button at each end for cyclist to press to activate the lights. According to the sign, the speed limit is reduced to 30 MPH when the lights are flashing. IMO, the bridge is too long to walk across, and the sidewalk too narrow to safely ride on.
If you decide to start in Florence, nobody seems to know that United flies to North Bend, OR, 45 miles south of Florence on the coast. You can ship your bike to Moe's Bike Shop in North Bend:Also, this way you can start your trip with excitement--by riding across the Coos Bay Bridge right out of the gate!
They can reassemble it for you. Take a taxi from the airport to the Parkside Motel right across the street from Moe's:
is it best to ride East to West or West to East?? (im in Kansas).....seems more people ride East to West
I guess that i would UPS my bicycle to bike shop in same city that I fly in to........but how the heck do i get my bicycle and me to Yorktown or Florence?....from the airport city? bus service? rent car? taxi? ride my bicycle to the start and turn around?
should i carry canned foods in my pack.....for those times when there is no restaurant
cooking seems like a big hassle if im traveling solo.
Is it common to find other TransAM riders to ride with briefly.......or there are just too few riders??
how many water bottles should i take?
isn't it difficult keeping cell phone charged?.....hard to find plugins?
TransAM ride Definitely wlon't be a "walk in the park"....lol