Shuttle Service

Bicycle Trip Planning

Support & Gear Transport

A full-service concierge for all your needs during a bicycle journey.

2 Wheel Escapes provides trip planning, shuttle services and awesome trip packages for bicycle travelers along the Great Allegheny Passage (GAP) and C&O Canal trails.

We provide everything from airport pick-ups, bike shipping, bike rentals, emergency repair service and detailed trip planning. We have many years of experience bicycle touring and camping along these trails and will provide unmatched service at the best prices.

We offer one-way shuttle services for unsupported travelers on the trails and can accommodate individual riders or larger groups. Our goal is to bring diverse travelers together to reduce the cost for each rider.

Planned Trips with SAG Support

What 2 Wheel Escapes does best is provide SAG supported, pre-planned trips designed for travelers who want to camp during their journey without the burden of carrying all their gear. 2 Wheel Escapes will shuttle you from Cumberland to Pittsburgh, then meet you at the end of each day in one of the beautiful campgrounds along the river with your gear. Camping out each night, with whatever creature comforts you choose to bring, is truly the best way to enjoy your journey. We make all the arrangements, all you need to do is show up ready for adventure.

Please contact Greg Stocksdale by phone (240-674-7626), email or on Facebook to begin your adventure on these world class trails.

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May 8th, 9:34 am

Shuttled some great, fun folks from DC last night. They are riding the whole GAP and Canal in 5 days. Very ambitious souls they are.

Currently drinking coffee with my favorite Pittsburgh BFF Mary Beth Kletter who owns the coolest boutique hotel/hostel South Side Traveler's Rest.

You can sleep in a circa 1883 converted office building, right downtown, for less than $50 bucks a night!

I stay here frequently and always enjoy meeting the other guests and the cool vibe they have created.

Plus, I highly recommend building some time into your trip to cruise around Pittsburgh on some great waterfront trails.
#gaptrail #C&Otrail #SSTRPGH
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Shuttled some great, fun folks from DC last night. They are riding the whole GAP and Canal in 5 days. Very ambitious souls they are.

Currently drinking coffee with my favorite Pittsburgh BFF Mary Beth Kletter who owns the coolest boutique hotel/hostel South Side Travelers Rest.

You can sleep in a circa 1883 converted office building, right downtown, for less than $50 bucks a night!

I stay here frequently and always enjoy meeting the other guests and the cool vibe they have created.

Plus, I highly recommend building some time into your trip to cruise around Pittsburgh on some great waterfront trails. 
#gaptrail #C&Otrail #SSTRPGH

 

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Especially with the next 5 day's weather forecast...

May 1st, 7:52 pm

Just finished 5 days out on the GAP and C&O Canal, about 220 miles, Pittsburgh to Hancock MD.

I camped a few nights and stayed in some great lodging, including South Side Traveler's Rest, Bright Morning B&B and the absolutely unique Morguen Toole Company.

In my opinion camping is super cool, but I must admit the beds and pillows were cozy!

Happy to report the trails are in good shape and there are some amazing travelers from all over, living their bicycle dreams.

Call or message me anytime to plan a trip, shuttle or other services we provide.

Peace
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Those are great pics! Your photography skills are improving ! 👍👌

April 28th, 11:41 am

Never say "I could never ride that far"

Just met these 2 chaps along the GAP on a cloudy, yucky, kind of cold Sunday morning. They are enroute from NJ to Oregon.

The guy in front has Stage 4 lung cancer and has chemo scheduled at 2 locations along his journey. He gave me some deep perspective about living your dreams while you can. Both Gentlemen are in their 60's.

Plus I love their matching sweaters!
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Never say I could never ride that far

Just met these 2 chaps along the GAP on a cloudy, yucky, kind of cold Sunday morning. They are enroute from NJ to Oregon.

The guy in front has Stage 4 lung cancer and has chemo scheduled at 2 locations along his journey. He gave me some deep perspective about living your dreams while you can. Both Gentlemen are in their 60s.

Plus I love their matching sweaters!

 

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What an inspiration!

I love the people you always seem to meet on the road.

I'm 60, had a stroke 18 months ago and plan to ride the GAP and c&o this year!

Wow!

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It's time for an adventure.