Traveling can be stressful enough, you don't need the added worry of whether or not your bike will arrive unscathed. A scratched or cracked frame, missing parts, inattentive baggage handlers, and the general pain of dragging a bike box through an airport can all lead to anxiety and take the fun out of traveling. Thankfully, the Bike Travel Bag from Evoc solves most of these traveling snafus starting with its unique construction. Evoc carefully studied the levels of protection offered by hard cases versus soft cases, and unless heavy objects were loaded atop the case, not typically encountered in airline travel, the decision to use a soft case means move maneuverability, lighter weight, and easier storing. To pack the Evoc case, you simply remove the wheels, loosen the stem, and turn the handlebars. Padded straps hold the frame and fork in place, and separate wheel pockets, integrated into the case, hold the wheels. The Bike Travel Bag also features a variety of handles at intelligent locations to make hefting and moving the bag easier, and the inline skate wheels let you roll the case while you're running through the airport to your gate in a rush to make your flight. The Evoc Bike Travel Case will hold 29-inch mountain bikes, TT and tri bikes, road bikes, and cyclocross bikes with ease. Evoc recommends using its Road Bike Adapter, sold separately if packing a skinny-tire bike.
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