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I will fly out of Amsterdam to Washington with KLM (May 17) and return from Portland (also direct flight). In Washington I will rent a car and drive to the start and from the finish I plan to do the same. The bike will go with the same flights. Shipping it earlier is pretty expensive and I'm allowed to take extra luggage for free.I'm not sure where you are finishing, but if you finish in Astoria, there is very nice bus service to Portland, and you can take light rail directly from the Portland bus station to the Portland airport. The light rail even has hooks for bicycles. It's all very easy.
What I would really like to add to the kit are waterproof glove covers. Does anyone use or know of any? I find nothing on the market.You can get SealSkinz gloves. I don't use SealSkinz gloves, but I do use SealSkinz socks. They felt really good on that long, cold, wet day on the Blue Ridge Parkway.
Lately, I've soaked the saddle in hot water several times. That seems to be bringing out some of the dye. I guess I'll keep doing that until the bleeding stops.I do everything I can to keep my saddle dry. I think you are taking the risk of ruining your new saddle.