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Also, with Alaska and now finally Delta, considering a bike to be another piece of luggage like skis and golf clubs, it's much easier to take it with you on vacation on your flight.
I am fully cognizant of how it works thank you. The point is that whoever the carrier or the agent is, damage is possible.You do understand that bikeflights doesn't actually do the shipping or handling, right?
I am fully cognizant of how it works thank you. The point is that whoever the carrier or the agent is, damage is possible.
Since I take a non-stop flight I will now endure the hassle of bringing it with me rather than risk damage or delays.
I've used them several times. Excellent, and the cheapest way I found.Anyone know anything about shipbikes.com? Heard they’re cheaper than bike flights.
I wanted to provide a quick update. I just sold my first frameset in years on eBay. Not a complete bike, but a frameset plus stem and seat post. I paid $65.75 to ship it standard USPS ground from NC to Washington. Basically coast to coast. So I guess approximately $100 for a complete bike is very common.