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Give your prized possession a first class seat

It's safe to say, that as much as we enjoy traveling for races or bike tours, the whole process of packing our bike and lugging it through the airport is less than desirable. Most cases are either difficult to maneuver or just plain flimsy. The EVOC Bike Travel Bag is a soft-sided, reinforced case with all the features, and more, of cases that rival the price of your bike.

To begin with, packing your bike in the EVOC is simple. You only need to remove the pedals and wheels, and disconnect and turn the handlebars. All this is easily accomplished with a set of Allen keys. Once the bars are removed and turned sideways, a series of straps hold the frame and bars securely in place. You won't have to worry about everything slipping when TSA inevitably opens your case to check for the overlooked banana or CO2 cartridge.

Separate pockets, designed as a part of the case, hold wheels — they are wide enough to accommodate up to a hefty 2.5in downhill tire. The pockets also provide additional structure to the case to protect the frame.

The EVOC case features heavy duty ripstop nylon with 10mm padding throughout the exterior. Abrasion resistant panels reduce wear in the corners and on the bottom. Keeping your bike safe is first and foremost, but being able to transport it easily through the airport, without hiring a luggage cart, is just as important. EVOC's inline skate wheels with sealed bearings as well as numerous well-placed handles will have you rolling fast. Additional side handles make lifting it off of luggage conveyer belts and into your car a piece of cake. Unlike hard cases which are bulky and difficult to store, the EVOC folds down to about a third of its size and fits in a closet or even under your bed when you are done with your travels.

Because EVOC knows that you own more than one bike, its bike case fits bikes with 650 wheels as well as 29ers. It also fits all your standard 700c bikes: road, time-trial, cyclocross, and triathlon bikes; however, if you're using it for a skinny tire bike, Evoc recommends the separately sold Road Bike Adapter to better secure the all-to-delicate fork. The bag's external measurements are 53.2in long by 31.5in high by 15in wide. It is available in Multicolour, Red, Blue, and Black.

  • Soft case
  • Remove bike wheels, turn handlebars, and you’re ready to go
  • Inline skate wheels
  • 53.2in long, 31.5in high, 15in wide

Tech Specs

ripstop nylon, PU coating
1 bike
2 wheel, 1 accessory
53.2 x 31.5 x 15.0 in
Claimed Weight:
18.9 lbs
Recommended Use:
Manufacturer Warranty:

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Never leave your bike at home

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

After trying a couple bike travel cases I decided to just splurge and go with the Evoc. It was well worth it. So far it has traveled to South America, Alaska, Canada and small trips around the United States.

The upright design makes walking around the airport with other bags super easy. There are also handles absolutely everywhere on this bag so it is easy to pick up and move around.

The bottom of the bag is hard and the rest is pretty soft so the top rolls down for easier storage.

Packaging the bike is super easy. I still found I took a lot of parts off the bike to protect them and wrapped the carbon frame and parts but they were able to stay connected to the bike and upright. I had my rotors get bent so I remove those now. Overall it doesn't take that long to take the bike apart and put it back together. After the first try it was pretty easy from there on out.

Overall I love this case. Plan to use it for many more adventures!

If you want to take road bikes there is an aluminum road stand that works with this case as well.

Excellent bike travel bag

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

Easy to assemble and break down for storage.
The Danny M colours look great
Travelled return with an AL full suss size L MTB. No problems packing it. I did use some extra bubble wrap, foam and cardboad just to be safe. Also plenty of room for a FF helmet, 5 10 shoes, riding kit, tools, shock pump and floor pump. Easy to haul through the airport, easily fitted two of these + two suit cases in the back of a Ford Edge SUV.
Just remove wheels and bars, plenty of straps to secure it. There is a video. Note I believe that you need some sort of adaptor for a road bike.

Quick & Easy Travel Case

    Listen, nothing is airline proof. However, this one does pretty well.

    Is it a hard case? No, that's why I can't give it 5 stars. However, it is super easy to use, and, lightweight for those on the move. In my experience, ts security checks that scratch/damage bikes on the repack anyways. Not whether its soft/hard.

    Great case, 4 stars

    I heard there is a third wheel that snaps on the front handle. This allows you to roll the bag versus tilting and carrying. Is there a third wheel included?

    Joel, the wheel you are referring to is available on the Evoc Bike Travel Bag PRO model, NOT available for this bag.

    I'd like to know how small a road bike this can fit and still have all the Velcro points line up. (I have an XS Public R24, sized for shorties between 5'-5'3"-they don't list a cm size, but it's a tiny bike.)

    Best Answer

    Laura, the velcro may just meet the frame at a different location. But this bag should work with all frames sizes.

    Very good case

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

    I used to have a Trico IronCase, and while it was bulletproof, it was also a royal pain to pack. I was hesitant to switch to a soft case until a well-traveled buddy pointed out that his bike is always loaded onto the plane last because they can't stack anything on top of a soft case. And the EVOC packs SO much easier than the Trico. I can fit my medium Tallboy LTc (29er) in it easily after just lowering the dropper post and removing the handlebars, pedals and wheels. I do have to let air out of big tires (29 x 2.35) before the zippers will close on the wheel pockets, but you can literally pack your bike in 10 minutes in the parking lot using one wrench. I've only used it on one cross-country trip, but the bike was well-protected and came through unscathed. Oh - and the wheels and handles make it a breeze to move around too (given its size, anyway).

    well designed bike travel case

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    I have used this several times to transport my road bike. Well-designed well padded. Pretty quick and easy to assemble and disassemble. Good framework to hold the bike. Tighter fit with my mountain bike.

    Best travel case

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I travel a lot with my mountain bike (womens large frame, 29"). There is nothing more annoying than schelping a cardboard box around an airport. But this bag solves that problem. I can pack my bike in the evoc bag in less than 15 min. I've flown all over the globe with it and never had issues with it getting banged up or crushed during transportation. There are wheels on one side and strategically placed handles that make pushing it around really easy. There's enough room in the bag to store helmet, shoes, back pack etc w/o risk of crushing the bike. Highly recommended for any traveling biker!

    What is the real weight of this? I want to make sure its really 18 lbs. Airline has a 50 lb limit and DH bike is a pig. Thanks!

    Best Answer

    Hey Jonathan,

    The real weight is 8500 grams or 18.74 lbs. according to EVOC's website. Feel free to shoot me any additional questions directly on bike travel bags.


    Expert Gearhead



    Nice bike bag

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

    Bought this bag to transport my bike to RAGBRAI. This is my first bag. I did quite a bit of research and decided on this one. Bought it during the Giro so got a great price. I watched a few YouTube videos and it worked out perfectly. Very easy to pack and seemed secure and well protected. I did use a lot of bubble wrap and it came through both ways without a scratch. I love that it is so light and packs down so small when not in use. Highly recommended. Seems crazy though to have to buy an extra adapter in order to use it for a road bike.

    I'm looking at this bag for the same reason. I'm coming from Texas so several states.


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

    Got this bag online and when it arrived knew it just wasn't going to be enough to protect my very expensive KONA bike on a trans-atlantic flight.

    And guess what? I was right! Bag was ripped when I arrived and bike frame was scratched.

    Got a Scicon now, much better quality and protection.

    I am considering the Scicon... were you looking at the Aerocomfort MTB or just the TT version?

    Avg. ride time: 11h 49m per week
    • Average ride time is based on Strava activity over the last 3 months. Give your reviews credibility by connecting your account.

    Great Bag

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    Purchased in June 2104 and have logged 18 flights since(3TransAtlantic). Used it for a trip to the 2014&15 L'Etape du Tour and the Netherlands. This bag does it all, easy to handle to/from/in airports, handles in all the right places, and the learning curve on the breakdown for packing got shorter each time to where i could complete in under 15min. I would recommend both the Chain guard and optional stand as the former makes it worry free to add additional items to the bag and the latter just makes the whole process easier. I only give 4 stars because the stand is not included and should be.

    Excellent bag overall

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

    I bought this bag to get my bike to Iowa for RAGBRAI. Did a lot of research and this one got great reviews. I liked that it folded down to a reasonable size when not in use. I watched a few YouTube videos on how to load the bike and they were very helpful. I was nervous about taking the bike apart and loading it, but it was surprisingly easy and went very well. This is a well designed bag so everything goes in according to plan. I got my bike to and from the ride without any damage whatsoever. The only reason I gave it only 4 stars is because the piece that comes with the bag that is supposed to drape over the top bar came no where near fitting my bike. I am tall and ride a 61 cm frame, but this was not even close. I can't imagine why they wouldn't make it a little larger so that it would work on all bikes? Also charging extra for the road bike adapter seems unreasonable for a bag at this price point. It is a great bag and I feel it does a good job of protecting the bike though, so I would definitely recommend. Two of my friends bought the same bag (at my recommendation) and they are both also quite happy with the purchase.

    The Best Travel Bag You Can Buy

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I have used this extensively with my Medium Santa Cruz Tallboy 29er as well as my Specialized Roubaix 54. The bag has room to spare. I only remove the wheels and seatpost. Everything else stays put. No damage. Quick to put in, simple to take out. It is impossible to make it better.

    I previously had the Thule Road Trip. It doesn't hold a candle to this case.

    Adam, I'm on the fence between the Evoc and the Thule Road Trip Transition, which you mention in your review. Can you tell me why you like the Evoc better? I'm concerned about frame damage particularly, with the soft sided case vs the hard sided case on the Thule

    What else do I need to buy when I'm gonna...

    What else do I need to buy when I'm gonna pack a road bike? Thanks

    Best Answer

    I would certainly add a layer of pipe insulation to the entire frame ... but that's just me.

    FYI... many bike stores will rent you HARD travel case for a reasonable fee.

    will it fit a downhill bike? I have a...

    will it fit a downhill bike? I have a large Specialized Demo 8

    This case is designed to accommodate a downhill bike. The inside dimensions are 128 x 78 x 25cm, so as long as you can pack the bike down to that size you should be set. Typically, this means removing the front and rear wheels, seat post, and handlebars. Feel free to call us at 801-736-6396 xt 8686, or chat online with one of our bike experts for more information.

    Great travel bag

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    Bought this bag and have used it on four transatlantic flights to date. Zero damage and able to put gear in with the road bike. Essential tools, Helmet, shoes,jacket tights and several jerseys. Bike assembly/disassembly is literally 5 minutes- and everything has it's place. No regrets.

    How much did the bag weight with the bike and all that stuff in? if not much to ask, how much the company charge you on those four flights?

    What is the shipping product dimensions?

    What is the shipping product dimensions?

    Best Answer

    The shipping dimensions are 52x16x10 cms and weight is 22 lbs.

    Avg. ride time: 57m per week
    • Average ride time is based on Strava activity over the last 3 months. Give your reviews credibility by connecting your account.

    Road bike?

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    Make sure you are picking up the extra part- Evoc Road Bike Adapter EVC0005 _ if you are using a road bike

    Would you recommend for a L 29er mountain bike on some long international trips?

    Jesse, I would look at maybe the Pika Packworks 29er bag for that. This will be tight and the wheelbags are designed for large wheels.

    Evoc or Biknd

    • Familiarity: I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share

    ok - people i am tossing up between evoc & biknd - travel bags - exiting Australia heading to europe - does the evoc need additional gear to make it a complete travel bag - ie wheel bags - ally rack - road bike converter etc - i already have a biknd - but thought i would ask the question


    Can't wait

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    I just ordered one! I've done a lot of research and EVOC seems to have the best product out there. I'll be using it for my cross bikes and 29er mtb... Photos to come.

    Have you traveled with the bag yet? If so, how did it survive the airlines? Are you impressed with the quality? Pros and Cons would be appreciated. I am looking to take my bike overseas and want to be very sure that this bag will protect my investment. Thanks!

    Quality is great! I really like the organization too. Having the wheels in separate compartments is nice and will help protect your frame.

    Any issue with durability/protection since it's a reinforced soft case and not a hard case? Have you taken it on a plane yet?