Join Date: Jan 2007
Location: NE Tx
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Well, of course with enough money, you can always find SOMEBODY who'll haul your around. But that's not the answer you wanted.
You could rent a van. Consider UHaul as alternative to conventional car rental places. You could return by Amtrak from Rochester, 75 miles, or Syracuse, 180 miles. They will sell you a nice bike box for $15, plus $10 checked baggage fee. You are allowed to use a standard bike box. You could go by bus. Nah. Don't do that.
I recently did the Erie from Buffalo to Rochester. Saw nothing about shuttle services. But then, I wasn't looking for one.
I'd take Amtrak. Just a short, cheap, ride. You might even luck out and find one with bike racks. Would seem reasonable considering the number of cyclists on the Erie.
The bicycle is one of the great inventions of mankind. Delights children, challenges young men to feats of daring, and turns old men into boys again.--Me
Last edited by Cyclebum; 09-28-12 at 01:21 PM.