Traveling with your race wheels can only be described as nerve-wracking. After all, only an elite few are granted the privilege of handling our race-day wheels, yet we resign that right the moment that we check our luggage. So, if you've ever watched your wheels disappear on the carousel with the same feeling of sending your child off to camp for the first time, you need the assurance and protection that the Tri All 3 Sports Clam Shell Wheel Case provides.
With a high molecular weight polyethylene outer construction, the Clam Shell case provides a heavy protection at a light weight. On the interior, the case sandwiches your wheels between high-density foam padding for a shift-free, dependable level of protection. The case can hold two wheels, road or mountain (even 29er wheels with mounted tires), and it features two outer straps and two hook-and-loop straps for the locking mechanism. This means that your wheels are not only protected from abusive handling, but they're also protected from greedy hands, too. And to make transportation easy, the case also features a durable, topside handle and caster wheels for rolling the case.
The Tri All 3 Sports Clam Shell Wheel Case is available in the color Black and it measures out to 28.5L x 28.5W x 10H inches. The case weighs around 15 pounds.
- Polyethylene outer shell
- High-density foam padding
- Three adjustable hook-and-loop straps
- Tow handle and two caster wheels
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Perfect wheel case
- Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
Fits 29" MTB with tires mounted (some air let out) no problem.
Airport folks were 0/2 getting it closed back up properly but it didn't matter. so much padding and velcro straps make it safe anyway
anyone used it with 29er wheels w/tires mounted? Need to remove Rotors?
It will fit 29er wheels but you will likely have to let some air out of the tires. Its always a good idea to remove rotors as they need to be very straight.
I am in the US military, stationed in...
I am in the US military, stationed in Italy. Do you ship your bike travel cases to Italy?
We do ship to Italy, and I can't seem to come across any shipping restrictions on this brand so you should be fine. Now, keep in mind we ship free to APO addresses so if that's an option I strongly suggest it otherwise you will have to pay all international shipping charges.