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You can also leave the bike boxed and checked, and use a bikeshare bike. Or transit. Our large cities have pretty good transit, elsewhere it's very skimpy.
BTW...If you want to take a day off in Philly to see the historical sites there is a HI hostel that's a pretty easy bike to downtown:
Pain = Quite A Lot of ££££
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I'm looking at flights and Bangor is a real pain to get to from London.
If I fly to Boston and keep my bike boxed up, it looks as though these guys will take my boxed bike and transport me straight up to Bangor.
Anyone ever traveled with Concord Coach?
Couple of things:
1. I did the AC route from Bar Harbor south to my home in Philly back in '99. I wasn't thrilled with most of the riding in "Down East" Maine. I can only imagine that things are the same or worse development and traffic-wise.
2. Unless you are a low daily mileage person, two weeks is a long time to do Bar Harbor to Boston.