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DAKINE Limited Edition Bike Case

$262.46 $374.95

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4 5

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Item # DAK002Y

Description

Fly under the radar.

Make that trip to bucket-list destinations a smooth transition with the DAKINE Limited Edition Bike Case. Heavy duty urethane wheels and multiple handles get you to baggage check without hassle, while smartly designed packaging ensures everyone from freedom-trampling security to job-hating handlers don’t damage your prized ride.

And it doesn't matter if that two-wheeler is a road, long-travel trail, or Whistler-bound gravity bike. The Limited Edition Bike Case's internal padding separates wheels, fork, handlebars, and the rear triangle into secure compartments so they're all protected. A large opening also ensures simple packing and un-packing.

The Dakine Limited Edition Bike Case measures 51 x 30 x 12.5in and comes in one color: Camo. Please note: The case will accommodate both 27.5in and 29er bikes. 

Tech Specs

Dimensions:
51 x 30 x 12.5 in
Capacity:
1
Closure:
zip and buckle
Carry Handles:
yes
Padding:
yes
Wheels:
yes, urethane
Claimed Weight:
17.6 lbs
Recommended Use:
traveling

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5 5

Lightweight and easy to use

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

I recently used the Dakine bike case to ship a 29er round-trip between the east and west coasts. The case's light weight (~18 lbs) saved me some cash on shipping charges, since my hardshell case adds another 20lbs. The Dakine case is also easier to maneuver around the house and yard because of the lighter weight, more compact profile, and smooth roller wheels.

Packing the bike was very easy, and took me less than 20 minutes in prepping the second trip. Simply remove the wheels, handlebars, seatpost/saddle, pedals, and rear derailleur, and stuff all the loose parts into the case's storage bags. One especially nice feature is the padded donuts inside the wheelbags, which help protect disc brake rotors against warping. Once everything's set in the case, you should still have room for helmet, shoes, several sets of kit, and other accessories.

On top of the light weight and user-friendly design, the Dakine case seems to do an adequate job protecting your bike. My bike survived two very long ground shipments, and showed up at it's destination each time in perfect working order. I line the case's front and back panels with backpacking sleepmats for extra cushioning, but that's probably overkill.

Good for road bike?

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Good for road bike?

Responded on

If it fits a 29er it will fit a road bike.

3 5

Plenty of Space, but durable?

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

I purchased this bag in the last 3 weeks and packed it with my medium Santa Cruz 5010 (27.5) for a trip to Spain. Everything fit in fine, with plenty of extra space for anything else I didn't feel like carrying on the plane. For its size it rolls well, and never felt like too much of a burden.

The only reason I am not giving it 5 stars, is that when the bag arrived back in Germany after my first trip, the exterior fabric in a few places was significantly worn and you could see the padding behind it. I can blame that on the airline, but not a good start to what I am hoping will be a long life.

5 5

Lots of room for your MTB (and more)

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

I just used this case to take my 29er hardtail on vacation. It took a few hours to figure out how to pack things just right. However, once I got it down, I was amazed at how much you can pack in this bag. I had plenty of extra space for a floor pump, helmet, hydration pack, shoes, etc. I also packed some clothes here and there for extra padding. Even with all of that gear, it still came in at under 50 lbs.

When traveling with this bag, you need to consider the overall size. I'm glad I rented an SUV, since this would have been a tight fit in a sedan with other luggage. You're also likely going to get charged an oversize luggage fee by the airlines. I flew Alaska Airlines, which was $75 (much cheaper than other carriers).

One minor feature that I appreciate is the included strap that allows you to "roll" the bag up for storage. This was a plus for the hotel room and storing the bag when I got back home.

Overall, a great travel bag, especially if you can get the camo version on sale!

4 5

You can fit a body in this bag!

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

I bought this bag because when I go back to the states I want to protect my true love... My Ridley Fenix! I haven't gotten a chance to use it yet, but I did have to transport this empty bike bag from the states to korea. One thing I wasn't expecting is how big this bag is and I have no duout that a complete mountain bike can fit in it without any problems. This bag is so bulky that it's a real pain getting it around the airport. I love the material and how durable it looks and feels. I would recommend this bike bag to someone that was looking for an easy way of transporting their bike.

How much does this weigh? Is it completely...

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How much does this weigh? Is it completely a soft case except for the bottom portion?

What's the limit on BB to seat tube top...

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What's the limit on BB to seat tube top limit on this case?
I have two seat mast bikes and I'm looking for an affordable case...
Are there more pictures somewhere or a video?

Thanks.

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30"
That is the width of the middle of the Bike Bag. Where the bottom bracket and seat tube would be. You will need to remove you seat/seatpost. Please feel free to email sales@competitivecyclist.com with any questions. Thanks.