Agreed, this is what I use ( different brand but probably made in the same place) and like it.Birddog said:I like the Bike Pro cases which are a "soft" case. The advantage is the way they zip up providing the TSA folks with an easy way to look inside and not have to disturb your carefull packing too much. Others will chime in for a "hard" case like the Trico's. There are advantages/disadvantages to both types. In either case, make sure you get one that has wheels and be prepared for the extra charges that the airlines wil levy.
bikerdoug said:How good are the bike cases for shipping via an airline. I have a nice bike $3,000+ and I don't want it damaged, but I want it with me when I travel. Any cases that are really good?