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...Does following the canalway slow you down much? I typically ride at about 14 mph without gear on my bike. Fully loaded with camping gear and with rest stops, I probably average 10 or 11 mph, but this is on paved highway surfaces. Did this surface of the canalway slow you down much?
BTW, I avoid going to a UPS store and having them ship. Both times I did that the price was crazy high despite it being the same size and weight as when I paid way less via a bike shop.
My preference is to take my bike on the plane with me (on Frontier or Southwest), assemble it in the airport and ride out the door. On the way home, it depends on whether I have a friend with a car who can drive me to a bike shop to get a box, and then the airport. If I do, I'll bring it home the same way. Otherwise I'll ride to a bike shop, have them do the pack and ship, and take public transportation to the airport.That is my preferred way to get the bike to the start of the tour.