Evoc Bike Travel Bike Bags

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MSRP : $475.00

Product Description

The EVOC Bike Travel Bag is ready for all of your trips by plane, car, train or boat. Better still, your bike can be stowed safely within the bag in just minutes. Only the handlebar, pedals and wheels need to be dismounted. A clever belt system inside the bike bag keeps all parts held firmly in place while the robust padding and rubber reinforcements protect fragile components such as the drivetrain, fork and dropouts. EVOC's reinforced wheel pockets offer enough room for hefty 2.5” downhill tires as well as increased structure to the bag itself. The wide footprint provides stability while the smooth-running wheels and conveniently placed handles make the EVOC Bike Travel Bag very easy and comfortable bike case to use.

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