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it seemed much less fun when there wasn't someone there suffering with youSuffering? There's not supposed to be any suffering on a tour!
I had my bike in a regular bike box.
Flying into Sea-Tac might be cheaper.I just checked Frontier, and flying into Bellingham is 25% cheaper for me than flying into Seattle, both non-stop (although flying into Seattle offers more choices of flight time).
I know that some of you will call this upright stupid ... On my last trip I had 1000 dollars in hard cash in my wallet.I don't think that's stupid at all. You chances of getting robbed on the TransAm are probably less than one in a thousand, so this tactic is only costing you a dollar, assuming you are careful not to flash the wad around and assuming you're not the kind of person who loses things.