Join Date: Oct 2013
Location: Calgary AB
Bikes: Modified Catrike Trail (26" rear)
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Originally Posted by punkncat
Hmm, have you found CGOAB yet? There is a blogger there who writes about having his trike shipped across in the hold as he worked his fare. His experience was positive according to the read.
I haven't searched through it extensively yet, I'll have to take a look. That's the kind of arrangement I'm thinking about though. The biggest vessel I've ever been on is the 'Blue Nose 2' for a short ride, its the ship on the Canadian dime. I think it would be awesome !
If I can pack it down into a suitcase as mentioned below, there shouldn't be any freight fees
Originally Posted by cplager
Some recumbents are suitcase packable (e.g., Cruzbike Quest and
its 451 wheels fits in a Samsonite 31" suitcase). For larger bikes, you can bring them along, too. It just costs (a lot) more money.
I'll be getting a 2013 catrike trail, the frame is the biggest part, Ill have to see how far It breaks down when it arrives. Come to think of it, I do have a pretty huge suitcase, I wonder if I could pack clothes and camp gear around it and what would they say at the x-ray machine
Last edited by Atophy; 11-09-13 at 03:04 AM.