Transporting a front cargo bike from the states

Hi, thank you for ALL of the information you've provided on this sight. I've been pouring over it since early this morning. Very grateful you took the time to share everything you've learned.


Now here's my question :) Can you tell me if you know what the process would be to bring a front cargo bike from the states to DK? And a ball park price range for transport?

Thanks in advance, -Future Expat

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by: Charlie

Answer: Since I do not know what type of bike it is, the dimensions, weight, etc. I could not even hazard a guess. Are you shipping it by air or sea? Taking it with you on the plane when you travel? Since you do not even leave a name or place where you are traveling from, this is just unanswerable. Suggest you get all the relative information together and than contact the airlines, freight companies, moving companies and they can tell you. I am not even sure why you would ask me for a shipping quote.

Charlie
www.fyidenmark.com

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