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John B.

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John B.

John B.wrote a review of on January 22, 2015

Exceeds Expectations
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I travel quite a bit, and had no end of trouble renting decent bikes at various places. With a hard case, you are going to be overweight and oversize, which is a double charge on a lot of airlines. I ride a Giant Escape Composite 54 cm, which is a 20 pound bike, so the combined weight of the bag and the bike is 37 pounds, leaving plenty of overhead for tools and accessories. It's a flat bar bike, so I take the bar off and strap it sideways. A bullhorn would fit without removal. Maneuvering this around airports and hotels is a joy. I've taken this on international and domestic flights and the customs folks have said they wished all bike bags were this easy to handle. I use pool noodles on the frame parts, but the bike is well protected between the padded wheel bags. The attached picture shows the bike locked into place on the skewers, and the zippers close snug when the bag is closed.

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