Why We Like The ZEAL Pro Road, Tri, and CX Bike Cover
We never want to start a race with a dirty bike. That's why the Road, Tri, and CX Bike Cover by Zeal Pro is essential for transporting our rides. The Zeal Pro bike bag is constructed from neoprene and nylon for protection and has been tested on road bikes from 48 to 63 centimeters. Easily transport bikes on a car's rear hitch rack and protect it from the weather on the way to a race or on long trips.
- Bike cover for transporting your road, triathlon, or CX ride
- Constructed from nylon and neoprene for durability
- Tested on road bikes from 48cm to 63cm
- Keep bikes clean during transport and before races
- Item #ZLP0002
- nylon, neoprene
- 1 bike
- Claimed Weight
- 6lb 14oz
- Manufacturer Warranty
- 100 days
3.5 based on 4 ratings
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May 1, 2023
Great Product...if it fits!
- I returned this product before using it
The quality of the bag is superb, for the intended use: protect your bike from the elements while it is in your bike rack. However, I had to send it back. Although the manufacturer's packaging, and CC's spec's in the item listing, say it will fit most bikes 48 to 63 cm, that is not true. I have a 58 cm Trek Checkpoint with 38c tires and a 58 cm Trek Emonda SLR, both with 42 cm wide handlebars, and the bag won't fit either bike. I could barely get the cover over the handlebars (the "box" for the handlebars had to be really stretched to get it over the bars) and the tight fit kept triggering the Di2 shifters while trying to fit the bag on the bike and, once the bars were covered, trying to fit the rest of the bag over the rest of the bike. Bars wider than 42 cm, I doubt getting it over them. Once I got the bars covered, the front wheel area was big enough to easily fit and I could zip the bag easily from the front wheel to the chainrings. I struggled to get the saddle in and then, well, forget getting the rear wheel in - the bag just will not fit over the rear wheel, either bike. In fact, my wife has a 50 cm Checkpoint and her wheelbase is only an inch or so shorter than mine and I know the bag would not even be large enough for her bike. The stretching required would surely rip seams and perhaps the zipper. So beware - you better have a small bike. Sorry, but better/more accurate size spec's are needed.
November 18, 2021
The ONLY Bike Bag You Need To Buy
- I've put it through the wringer
The Zealpro bags are the real deal. I have both the road/gravel bags and the MTN bag. My bikes live on the rear of my expedition truck & are exposed to the sun, mud, dirt, road debris & all the other harsh elements as I travel across the globe. They have been on there 2 years and are still going strong. As an added benefit they conceal the bike from any potential thieves that I may encounter as I journey 220,000 miles around the world. The bags are built super tough, zippers are strong and virtually nothing gets inside the indestructible fabric. Mine are attached to 1Up mounts and work perfectly- as well as protecting the bikes from the mount itself. Tens of thousands of miles logged and could not be happier.
October 2, 2021
I have been using their latest generation of cover (road) since they launched it in 2019 and have loved it. I bought the MTB cover earlier this year when it launched and love it too. You can tell that a lot of engineering went into the cover and it's overbuilt. The rubber-like backing on the cover protects the bike from abrasion and water penetrating the cover. The light kit is a great idea too as the cover will block most tail lights.
September 20, 2021
Ruined the Paint on my mountain bike
- I've put it through the wringer
Was using this bike bag for a cross country road trip for my new mountain bike. The product description describes the interior as being non-abrasive, but it has rubbed the paint in spot and ruined the paint.
Originally reviewed on Backcountry.com
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