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Antoine

I'm from D.C. but go to school in Montreal and I have yet to travel with my bike. For some odd reason the leg of the trip between Montreal and New York has no baggage car (meaning you can't bring a bike).
Anybody know anything similar to Bolt that goes farther north (Bolt doesn't go past New York)?

Anyway, I've been wanting to do this same biking/camping trip for so long. Enjoy.

Josh Kelley

While I've not seen them on commercial bus lines, Sound Transit MCI coaches in Seattle DO have 3-bike racks mounted on the front.

Ted Johnson

Great post!

I lived in the DC area for 10 years--the last four car free.

There are so many great camping opportunities in the area, but trail heads aren't accessible by bus lines or public transportation.

A few years ago, I'd started looking into all of the ways to get to these trail heads, and had grand intentions of documenting all of the best hikes and camping in the area that could be accessed by bus, train, or Metro.

Here are some of the bookmarks from my "Carless Camping" folder: http://tedjohnson.us/url/?wTkQrwVF

(Now I live in Flagstaff, AZ. It's less of logistical issue here.)

wvcycling

Just commenting on the photo: Holy hell that is a ton of stuff to lug on the C&OC. What were you carrying???

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That sounds like a fun trip! I think I would like the "chinatown" bus . It sounds like an adventure.

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It was a bit of a struggle to find bike friendly options and I hope that going forward increased demand will wake some companies up and get them to consider more bike friendly service. It would seem with the number of people riding bikes in major cities that a mass transit company would set itself apart if it advertised as being bike friendly. Some city buses have bike racks on them and I don't see why trains or buses could not install racks that would make it possible to easily carry your bike without having to disassemble it or box it up.

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A few years ago, I'd started looking into all of the ways to get to these trail heads, and had grand intentions of documenting all of the best hikes and camping in the area that could be accessed by bus, train, or Metro

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