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Thule
Round Trip Sport Bike Travel Case

3.6666666666666665 out of 5 stars
6 Reviews

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Why We Like The Round Trip Sport Bike Travel Case

Reinforced with a rugged polyethylene construction and foam padding, the Thule Round Trip Sport Bike Travel Case protects your favorite bike from overzealous baggage handlers and rough airline transport. Four heavy-duty straps bolster the case's contents from coming undone during transport, while integrated wheels make for easy rolling.


The case splits in half for fast loading, with an internal divider separating your frame and components from the wheels for added peace of mind. It's roomy enough to fit most road and cyclocross bikes, also accommodating smaller mountain bikes.


Details

  • Carry your bike safely and securely with this travel case
  • Polyethylene construction is light and durable
  • Four heavy-duty external straps for secure carrying
  • Splits in half, with internal partition for easy access
  • Foam padding inside to protect your steed
  • Item #THU000X
Material
polyethylene
Volume
12,825cu in
Capacity
1
Closure
strap
Dimensions
[internal] 45 x 28.5 x 10in, [external] 47 x 30.5 x 10in
Claimed Weight
37lb
Recommended Use
travel
Manufacturer Warranty
lifetime

Overall Rating

3.5 based on 6 ratings

Review Summary

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5 out of 5 stars

December 22, 2022

Rotors stay on

For any bike other than an overly complicated tribike, this case works great. Sure you'll need to remove your handlebars, but most cases require that as well and I have full confidence in most cyclists ability to remove and install four bolts. I've packed a 650b medium sized gravel bike with bikepacking gear in this case as well as a 29er medium sized 120mm mountain bike. So leave your rotors on and enjoy the world.

lol_ironman
manufacturer

Originally reviewed on manufacturer

4 out of 5 stars

March 3, 2020

Not all bikes fit.

A large Mtn bike will have to be completely dismantled to fit in box. Fork must be removed, frt brake removed from handle bar, discs removed from wheels to prevent damage. You must be proficient at bike maintenance to use this box. It can be done but be prepared.

Outdoorgearpro
manufacturer

Originally reviewed on manufacturer

1 out of 5 stars

March 3, 2020

Doesn't fit 27.5" mountain bikes well

I used this box to fly from Mexico to B.C. and from Switzerland to Montana and California. Despite what the bike shop told me, this box barely fits a mountain bike with 27.5" wheels. I needed to deflate my tires (so the tubless sealant dried up), remove my fork and handlebars. After all that, the case would still not close flush. Every time I traveled, I prayed that the rear triangle would not get crushed. While my bike has survived the rear buckles have broken and the straps frayed. I also notice that TSA doesn't do a good job of rearranging pieces after opening the box.

Jon
manufacturer

Originally reviewed on manufacturer

3 out of 5 stars

March 3, 2020

Ok but not the best

It was there only case when i bought it in 2010, and it didn't have a case for the wheels, and the frame had no way to fasten down. Now that see the RoundTrip Transition, I will sell mine and buy the RoundTrip Transition for my next trip. So if you can afford it, buy the better one.

LarryDouz
manufacturer

Originally reviewed on manufacturer

4 out of 5 stars

March 3, 2020

Does the job

I used it 3 times over transatlantic flights and never had any problem. I have a TT bike. I just remove the handle bar and seat post. Helmet, wet suit, gels, shoes plus all the triathlon gear also fit. You will want to use some additional foam to avoid scratches on the frame and a strap to carry it on your shoulder. Managed to keep it under 30kg (66 pounds) fully loaded.

Tom SP
manufacturer

Originally reviewed on manufacturer

5 out of 5 stars

March 3, 2020

It works for Full suspension MTB 5 inch travel

I used this case for airline travel from East Coast to Utah. Although it is a pain to drag through the airport, and you have to go to their "special" pickup area because it can't come out with normal checked luggage, it does protect the bike. I always put extra parts and such in the case, but stay below the airlines max weight for the bike and box (usually 75 pounds). Build your bike in the Motel/Hotel and stash. Sometimes there is a secure hotel storage area for large luggage as well. Once you learn how to pack a bike (YouTube) it only takes 20 minutes. And your bike arrives with you getting there and getting home.

John
manufacturer

Originally reviewed on manufacturer