Bike Travel/Transport Case with Wheels (Brand-X EVA Bike Pod) from Chain Reaction Cycles £89.99 (reduced from £189.99 + JAN17 10% Discount Code) - HotUKDeals
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Bike Travel/Transport Case with Wheels (Brand-X EVA Bike Pod) from Chain Reaction Cycles £89.99 (reduced from £189.99 + JAN17 10% Discount Code)

£89.99 @ Chain Reaction Cycles
Was looking for a travel case and couldn't find anything sturdy and with wheels. This seems like a good price Read More
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6m, 2d agoFound 6 months, 2 days ago
Was looking for a travel case and couldn't find anything sturdy and with wheels. This seems like a good price
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#1
comes up as 99.99 for me
#2
jouster
comes up as 99.99 for me

Use code "JAN17" for 10% off sale items.
#3
sorry meant to saw i noticed that after posting but you bet me to it
#4
Read the reviews.

OK to Alloy bikes, Carbon? Get a better constructed case. Also some stories of bent skewers due to how the wheels mount.

Get a better case IMO.
2 Likes #5
Heard that a bmxer friend wanted to take his bike on a plane trip. Was like £200+ to put it under the plane.
Was advised to dismantle put in a bag and claim as sporting goods, was roughly £27 to take with him.

So worth investing in a bag if you do take your bike with ya. Will save ya in the long run.
#6
Another option worth considering is to get a bike shop to pack (or do it yourself) in to large cardboard box then get it delivered to destination
#7
LetoKynes
Another option worth considering is to get a bike shop to pack (or do it yourself) in to large cardboard box then get it delivered to destination

No, just no.
#9
I doubt it would work for a MTB, no fork cover and it doesnt look long enough. Also doesnt seem to have anything covering your rear mech, all the good ones do. CRC used to a copy of the evoc which is the daddy for MTB's.
#10
Quite expensive for something that carries little more than a bladder (check out TK Max they also do them). I got an evoc as its got a back protector and belt ( so it stays on better ), was lucky enough to get it for £50 on gumtree - never been used ( also so has a rain/mud cover)
#11
mcrobbj
Quite expensive for something that carries little more than a bladder (check out TK Max they also do them). I got an evoc as its got a back protector and belt ( so it stays on better ), was lucky enough to get it for £50 on gumtree - never been used ( also so has a rain/mud cover)
Just seen TK max - good prices but awkward color choices. This one is bigger than mule actually so quite a good size. Evoc a bit over my budget unfortunately. Thanks for helping
#12
mcrobbj
I doubt it would work for a MTB, no fork cover and it doesnt look long enough. Also doesnt seem to have anything covering your rear mech, all the good ones do. CRC used to a copy of the evoc which is the daddy for MTB's.
Which one at CRC you think may be worth to have a look at? It's a bit confusing with them with clearance going all year round.
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jouster
comes up as 99.99 for me
do you even cycle bro?
#14
rodman
jouster
comes up as 99.99 for me
do you even cycle bro?

yes why do you ask??/ A bit of a strange question..I ride a full suspension Specialized MTB and a Cubr Road Bike

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