shroom wrote:Is it possible to enjoy burning man without a bike? My friend and I are newbies and are trying to condense our load as much as possible. Of course not having 2 bikes would take up a lot less room.
If it's crazy not to bring one, we'll bring it.
teardropper wrote:Georgia is a long way to haul that old, garage sale beach cruiser you're going to buy. And that is what you should get, if you can. Smooth tires, 2.125"x26, don't need to be knobby, but a mountain bike will also work. Some nights I walk, because you can stop and do the thing you would have missed had you beem riding by. And sometimes it's too hard to ride. But you will NEED a bike. Too much to see and do and sometimes out on the playa it's a long way between stuff to see and do.
junglesmacks wrote:I was talking to my dear friend the Ice Queen today, and she was telling me about how on the road out there there are people selling used bikes out of trucks. I think that would be the best option possibly? Load the car up, and then somehow strap the used bikes to the roof..? I'm wondering this myself as I'm flying in to RNO from Florida and obviously can't pack one. That, or try and get friends that are coming to throw an extra one on the bike rack..
Jindy wrote:If you don't have a bike, plan on camping as close as possible to one of the sites where ice is sold. Otherwise, you are screwed.
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