Novosibirsk to Moscow - no problems??
I have just had to decide whether to try and ride my rattling Cagiva the 10,000 km from the middle of Siberia to Europe or destroy it and fly back - the bike mechanics in Novosibirsk said "It is time for your bike". It's only done 28,000km!!
There is a nasty noise and I have lost power, especially at the top end - I am pretty sure it is just the valve clearance (i.e. new shims would fix it - don't have any new shims though). I have managed to send the bike by train from NBS to Moscow for $100, not too bad, and will be following along on the trans-siberian express.
Rather than try and sort out getting the bike on a train at a train station, try finding a bike shop in Vladivostok, and get them to ship the bike to a bike shop in Moscow, from here it is not too far into Europe. Getting a bike shipped across a border seems to add a huge amount.
just a thought