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With all the same great features as the original Travel Bag, the Pro model saves extra weight for riders who push their airline's weight limits.
Capable of carrying everything from road bikes to DH rigs, the Bike Travel Bag Pro was specifically designed to protect your ride from the dangers of travel. Watching your bike disappear behind the check-in counter used to be terrifying! However, this bag will put all your fears to rest. This bag features two wheel pockets with reinforced rotor panels to prevent bent rotors and to protect your frame from impact. The bag will keep your frame secure with straps and requires minimal disassembly, you just need to remove your handlebar and pedals. When we travel, we trust Evoc with our bikes!
136 x 39 x 80 cm (outside dimensions).
124cm max wheelbase.
Suitable for road, XC, Trail, Enduro and DH bikes. 29" wheels too!
Favourite feature?Ironically my favourite feature is the caster wheel when it works.
Least favourite feature?The caster wheel breaking first trip!
Great bag - terrible customer service
Overall the bag has been fantastic. The brilliant design makes it quick and easy to pack your bike in safely. The caster wheel that clips onto the front handle is SO good for use around airports, however, on the way home from my first trip, the wheel fell out of the clip. The bolt just unscrewed but because of where the wheel is, you can't easily screw the bolt back in. Unfortunately when I contacted MTB Direct, it has taken A LOT of back and forth to get anywhere. At the time of writing, I'm still waiting to receive a replacement wheel before my next trip. I love the bag but have been disappointed with the customer service from MTB Direct and EVOC.
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