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  • Case is constructed of a rugged nylon shell that wraps around an aluminum skeleton
  • Integrated stand makes it easy to put your bike back together so you can get rolling, and it doubles as a work stand for simple maintenance
  • Lightweight case weights in at 19 lbs. and integrated wheels roll smoothly, making it easy to carry on your way to and from the terminal
  • Small enough to slide under your bed or in a closet when not in use, soft-shell case folds down into a rectangular block measuring approximately 49 x 12 x 7 in.
  • Works with virtually all road, mountain and cyclocross bikes with a wheelbase of 46 in. (measurement between ground contact points directly below the front and rear axles)


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Best Use Cycling, Travel
Material(s) Nylon/aluminum
Dimensions 48.9 x 37.8 x 11.6 inches
Weight 19 lbs. 13.5 oz.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Exceptional Bike Case This is an exceptional case. I take extra procedures when pack my 29'r Tall Boy Santa Cruz (size XL) mountain bike, including wrapping various components with foam and ties. Go to CVS and buy a couple $2 noodles. Use for extra protection. Or....Steel some bubble wrap from your office. Anyhow, you get the idea. Most recently, I traveled via Southwest Airlines from DC to California, and entrusted this bag to protect my $6K bike. No problems at all. Doubt I need to use the extra protection (foam, ties, etc) but I don't want to take chances. Watch the video on YouTube to get a sense how to pack correctly. Anyhow, five stars!
Date published: 2016-07-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Fits large frame road bike Will use this for international travel. I will update the review once i get back from the trip. I have fit my 62cm trek domane 2.0 with aero bars with no problem. Case seems to be very durable. I love the work stand, it also seems to be of good build quality and is rather ingenious i think. Wheel bags are also pretty tough. Comes with adapters for 15 and 20 mm hubs.
Date published: 2014-02-02
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Very Good Case I've used this case for several flights around the country and it has protected my bikes on every trip. The integrated stand is a nice feature as well - makes it a lot easier to assemble/disassemble your bike in a hotel room. It is a somewhat time consuming process but pretty simple as long as you have the right tools and supplies. The case is also pretty light. I'm not giving it 5 stars for three reasons. First, the wheels are exposed and can be damaged pretty easily. I've had to work with mine quite a bit to keep them rolling. Second, when not in use, it does not fold down very well on its own. There is no logical system to collapse the upper (soft) portion into the solid base and keep them there. I bought a set of straps to tie it closed. It works but is kind of disappointing given how expensive this is. Which leads me to the third point. It's kind of expensive. Of course, that's relative to the value of your bike but for me, having used it for over a year, it seems overpriced. All things considered, a nice case if a bit expensive
Date published: 2015-04-12
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Warning Just a quick note to warn others that I was not able to remove the main frame from the Inner Case Bracket. Had to return this case as defective. As a product designer myself I appreciate this design but in the end the product failed at the first level of usage. If the average consumer cannot remove the Main Frame from the case this product is useless. I tried several strong and well above average techniques. Regrettable I was not able to make it work. The design can be improved with a few minor changes but as is I'll not risk another failure. (Design and Quality control - root cause)
Date published: 2015-09-20
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Needs Modification to work with Tri Bike I just bought what I thought was the perfect bike bag since the combined bike and bag weight are just under the airline's 50 pound threshold for checked baggage. Unfortunately, it isn't designed to handle the deep frame of carbon fiber Triathlon bikes. I have a Felt B-16. The rubber ratchet strap, part # 52466 is several inches too short. I called Thule, and they said there is no longer strap. This is an important strap, as it the primary strap which attaches the bike to the frame within the bag. I'm trying to decide whether to return the bag or re-engineer it to work properly.
Date published: 2016-08-05
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