Traveling with a bike can be a stressful experience, full of horror stories of broken frames and tense moments watching baggage handlers throw cargo onto conveyor belts and transfer carts. The Thule Round Trip Transition Bike Travel Case eases some of that stress by providing exceptional protection and security in a top-load format that eliminates the need for airport security to remove any padding layers to see what's inside. This travel case makes packing your bike easy with an integrated fork-mount stand that lets you break down, build up, and work on your bike with ease. For packing, the top rail of the stand clicks into place in the travel case to securely hold your bike in place. The wheels sit on either side of the frame, and the case topper latches firmly down with heavy-duty clamps to securely cocoon your bike inside. The Thule Round Trip Transition Bike Travel Case accommodates both road and mountain bikes and is easily transportable with an oversized handle and two roller wheels.
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