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When you’re bike costs more than your car, protect it when you travel with the Thule Round Trip Bicycle Travel Case. This padded hardshell case accommodates both road and mountain bikes, and its rugged construction holds up to the most careless baggage handlers. The case can be locked for added security, and Thule included small bags for tools, dirty clothes, and accessories. The Round Trip features a sturdy strapping system and has wheels for easy transport. You can even ship this bad boy UPS if you want to travel light.

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transporting your bike

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Am looking for a case for travel with my...

Am looking for a case for travel with my track bike. Most cases say to remove the wheel quick releases. Do you need to remove the axles on fixed gear bikes?

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will i fit a fat bike (Bear grease)

will i fit a fat bike (Bear grease)

Hey I like your box!

    I bought this box to carry my beautiful ride "Cynthia" back and forth to Europe, where I currently work. This is my mountain bike, and the case fit it like a glove. It was easy to use and did the job flawlessly. The only thing I have beef with is the weight. The case weighs 30 lbs. "Cynthia" weighs 28. 30+28= 58. 50 lbs. being airport standard I had to pay a little extra. It bumped me up to the 70 lbs limit so i was able to stash some peanut butter and some other goods hard to find in Slovakia... No harm no foul. I also like the fact that this bike will also fit my roadie. My roadie "Heidi" Fits snug and easily comes in under 50 lbs.

    As for Huck n Roll... These guys rock. I needed this case on short notice, and they worked with me and got it to my front door in time for my trip. I had found it on another web sight for a couple a bucks cheaper, and the easy to talk to guy from Huck n roll price matched it for me. Nice customer service!

    how much extra space is there in this case?...

    how much extra space is there in this case? suppose, i want to put in helmet, shoes, shorts, camelback, gloves, socks and a couple jerseys. in other words, does this case work as the single carry-all case for biking? from the picture, it doesn't look like it. any have any other pics? thanks

    definitely not the single carry-all case, Jan. you will be able to fit some extra clothing and maybe a camelbak in here, but not all of your gear for an extended trip.

    Also be careful of the weight when adding extra items. Your usually right at the airlines 50lb limit with just bike and case. There is room to stuff some extras like clothing but beware to the TSA agent that has to open the case too.

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    Do you recommend this case for DH bikes?...

    Do you recommend this case for DH bikes? If not, what case do you recommend to travel with a DH bike (wheels included)?

    Thank you!

    Does this case accomodate the wheels? What...

    Does this case accomodate the wheels?
    What prep is required to condition the bike for the ride in the case?

    No. That's a 500 dollar add on option.The case does incorporate the wheels! These cases are airline / UPS-DHL-FedEX proof and last for years & years! It's all about the placement of the bike. These boxes will accomidate 95% off all bikes out there. (The 5% are the oversized Downhill mountain bikes & road bikes with "seat mast" - IF you don't know what I am talking about, your bike will fit!)


    The wheels go under the first layer of foam to keep them separate from the frame. on MTBs you'll need to let most of the air out. To pack the bike you'll need to take the wheels, seatpost, and handlebars off.