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Evoc Bike Travel Bag Black

4.8 out of 5 stars 11 ratings

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  • Weight: 9100g
  • Outside Dimensions: 138 X 39 X 85cm (Inside 130 X 27 X 80cm)
  • Collapsible Size: 136 X 39 X 25cm
  • Maximum Wheel Base: 126cm
  • Fits Most: Cross Country-, All Mountain-, Enduro-, Freeride-, Downhill-Bikes Up To 29“, Gravel-, Road-, And Triathlon-Bikes

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For many years the BIKE TRAVEL BAG has been an approved solution for transporting almost any type of bike. As a hybrid construction it combines the advantages of a hard-shell case with the properties of a soft bag. Weight: 9100g
Outside Dimensions: 138 X 39 X 85cm (Inside 130 X 27 X 80cm)
Collapsible Size: 136 X 39 X 25cm
Maximum Wheel Base: 126cm
Fits Most: Cross Country-, All Mountain-, Enduro-, Freeride-, Downhill-Bikes Up To 29“, Gravel-, Road-, And Triathlon-Bikes
New Polycarbonate Bike Block for Fixation Included
Please Note: For safe transport of road bikes and triathlon bikes, you need the road bike adapter disc, road bike aluminium stand or bike stand


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jaymark santiago
5.0 out of 5 stars Very nice
Reviewed in Japan on 31 December 2020
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joepa
5.0 out of 5 stars It did everything it was supposed to
Reviewed in the United States on 28 November 2019
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5.0 out of 5 stars It did everything it was supposed to
Reviewed in the United States on 28 November 2019
I traveled with my bike by plane to Los Cabos for a 70.3 race. I was absolutely terrified to put my bike on the plane, but my tri club had multiple members say THIS was their case of choice, so I trusted them and went with it. Honestly, it worked out great. I may even use this for shorter car trips to races, rather than throwing my bike in the trunk or dangle from the back of my car.

The instructions were minimal but adequate. All pictures, no text. Its almost shocking opening the case (and not being familiar with these) and seeing how minimal it really is. It doesn't look like there's a lot there to help you secure your bike. Lots of videos online will show you how to pack this bad boy though, some helped, some didn't. Theres 2 compartments on the inside in which I stored my quick release and pedals. the compartments on the outside are nice for wheels, although if you're spending thousands on wheels you probably want/need to have a separate case for those.

My bike is an older Trek Speed Concept and it fit fine. You DONT need the version that comes with the stand for a TT bike. I watched a YouTube instructional video that said you need it. Maybe you want it. Thats fine, but you don't need it. If you're like me, you won't use all the straps that come with the case, but it will still keep your bike sturdy. Once you get the fork into place, the rest of it almost fits in automatically. Everything felt tight and secure. I also wrapped everything in bubble wrap, put some old towels around the edges, and repented for any sin I've ever committed. Worked out for me.

This can't be stressed enough --- you're at the mercy of airport workers with this thing. The case can only do so much. Be nice to them. They know what they're doing. Everyone at the airport immediately knew I was lugging around a bike bag, which was surprising to me. Maybe there's a special procedure to keep oversized items safe. With that said, stuff happens. Get insurance. When I landed in Mexico, the bike was lying on its side in a corner in baggage claim and my heart stopped -- but everything was fine inside. That may not always be the case, but this will at least put you in a position to feel like you've done everything you can to keep your investment safe.

Couple other notes:
Delta/AeroMexico charged me ~130 one way for the bag. United either didn't charge me at all, or charged me much less. I can't remember. I was under the impression Delta didn't charge for bikes, but they said because it was "operated" by Aeromexico, that didn't count.

Weight -- both ways, total weight was around 40lbs. This was with pedals, my carbon bike, some towels, tools, and I think I threw some sweatpants in there. This is the advantage of a soft-shell case -- you won't be paying a ton for the weight that comes with a hardshell case.

Bag Wheels -- one of my back wheels started to come unscrewed at one of the airports. I used an allen wrench to fix and it was OK the rest of the way.

Handles -- this guy is big. when you're lugging' it behind you, carry from the BOTTOM handle and tilt the thing. I didn't learn that until I got home.

TLDR; it works great, but there's no way to guarantee that an "Act of God" won't hurt your bike during travel.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Great protection for bike when traveling by plane
Reviewed in the United States on 23 September 2019
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