PS: I think it is great that you sold your house. You will not regret it.
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Interesting route, I'm just wondering if you'd get bored with too much of the Canadian Shield and the Boreal forest. That's almost 3,000 kilometres, from Kenora to Saguenay, of "rocks and trees and trees and rocks" as the song goes. I get a few cross-Canada cyclists stay with me each year via WarmShowers, and by the time they get through Northern Ontario and into Ottawa they're relieved to be out of the boonies.
A look at a bear distribution map says your route will have at least black bears almost the entire way.
and for 2 weeks it is not worth him transporting his bikeWhy? Out of financial reasons? I think it will cost you 2x50 dollars to bring the bike on a plane.
two feet on the ground pushing the bike up the hill. Make sure you've got cleat covers if you're using road pedals.
Eeeek!!!! I HOPE every bicyclist tourer with clipless pedals is using SPD or Frog or Bebop pedals/cleats. NOT road pedals.