When traveling to far-flung cycling-trip locales, you shouldn't have to choose which of your favorite essentials to bring. Castelli understands this and gives you the option to bring them all in the 4882 cubic-inch Rolling Travel Bag. Big enough to fit everything but your bike, this water- and stain-resistant bag received Castelli's signature dose of style along with plenty of functionality to let you dream about exotic destinations, not packing woes. Two main compartments help keep the bag's interior organized, with a fleece-lined electronics pocket and internal laptop sleeve to protect your valuables. The bottom of the bag is semi-rigid to provide support, and the telescoping handle means you'll be able to maneuver it around any airport easily on its low-density wheels. Pick the bag up with front or top handles, and no matter what time zone you land in, reflective accents on the outside will help make sure you get where you're going safely.
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