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.
Has anyone traveled to and rented a bike in Belguim? My wife and I are thinking of going for the Christmas period next year for 7-10 days. I have seen that there are routes from the Flanders cycling museum, and if I am going to be in Belguim, I have to get out and ride some of the roads from my fa ... Read More »
After I finally leave the US in August, I am headed to Africa to attempt a summit of Kilimanjaro and then go on safari. Then my plan is to head for Europe to celebrate my 50th birthday cycling around Majorca Spain. After that is where I need lounge help.
I have a s&s coupled bike in a hard cas ... Read More »
Can anyone recommend a hard case for my road bike? The last trip I was on, the airline broke my Rapidfire shifters on my mountain bike. So I'm looking for a bit more protection than the plastic bag they sell for $20 at the ticket counter. Partial disassembly (wheels, seatpost, bar+stem) is fine.
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Looks like the cost of a Ritchey Breakaway Cross and Soma Double Cross DC with S&S are roughly the same. Any opinions on which way to go. Currently I have a Redline and will transfer the parts over. The Soma has a few extra features like 132.5 rear spacing to run either mountain or road hubs and ... Read More »