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Our bike boxes are Trico Sports Iron Cases (http://www.tricosports.com/iron_case.html).

I have the bike boxes as of 9/7/2014. Email me if anyone needs to use them.

Pat

pmcunningham@charter.net

Cote family is in possession of the club's trainer. Please e-mail me if anybody would like to use it.

FYI - I have the club tent. The club has a tent? Yes it does, and that was news to me as well :)

Email me if you ever have need of it or the bike boxes (pmcunningham@charter.net).

Hello, was asked today about bike shipment and cases/boxes - $$ and options. My Neighbor going to AZ for a month and wishes to bring his bike. He is traveling Southwest (they have free ski,golf club shipping). Not sure they just charge overweight for a bike box or case? and if so, cheaper to ship direct to address? He is NOT a club member - but if a cost effective and easy option could have him join, plus he'll love the socks.... (He leaves Tues. I believe), not a lot of time

Thanks for input! Tom Q.

In reply to maritom

Hello, was asked today about bike shipment and cases/boxes - $$ and options. My Neighbor going to AZ for a month and wishes to bring his bike. He is traveling Southwest (they have free ski,golf club shipping). Not sure they just charge overweight for a bike box or case? and if so, cheaper to ship direct to address? He is NOT a club member - but if a cost effective and easy option could have him join, plus he'll love the socks.... (He leaves Tues. I believe), not a lot of time

Thanks for input! Tom Q.

I flew Southwest with a bike last March. The charge was $100 each way. Shipping is a better/cheaper option if you have the lead time and know that someone will be on the receiving end when it arrives. I shipped my bike to Alabama two or three times via FEDEX for about $50 each way.

In reply to TomWing

Thanks Tom, I'll let him know, he has an address/person to ship to so this will work