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From the random sampling of ST journals on Crazyguyonabike, most were east-to-west. Maybe just the luck of my search.No random sampling necessary. Crazyguyonabike will tell you this information directly. Here's the current journal count for the ST:
I am a ultra light minimalist back packer with a base weight of 11 Lbs. I will be using the same gear from my hike while on the bike.You'll need to add some bike parts and tools, but you can subtract some food and water. Good luck. Sounds like a blast.
It does not appear that this service is useful for people doing bicycle touring.Check out www.racedaytransport.comOK, let's see them drive it to Belgium.
It is absolutely the easiest way to transport your bike and gear bag. It travels "fully-assembled", so you don't have to worry about bike boxes, dissassembly or anything like that.