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Evoc Bike Travel Bags

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A bike travel bag for trips by plane, car or train for road bikes, XC, DH, FR and enduro bikes – within minutes everything is stowed away and packed safely for your trip. All you need to do is dismantle the handlebar, pedals and wheels.

Evoc Bike Travel Bag Pro Review

I travel all over the US and now the world with my bike! I’ve tried all different types of travel cases and they each offer their pros and cons. Hard cases offer the most protection, but they are heavy, meaning that the person’s eyes at the airline counter will light up with giant dollar signs like a cartoon character when they see you coming. Most airlines strictly enforce the 50lb weight limit when it comes to traveling with a bike. Most hard cases with a bike inside and nothing else exceed the 50lb limit. Continue reading →

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