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)
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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)

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Found 24th JanMade hot 24th Jan
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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comes up as 99.99 for me

jouster

comes up as 99.99 for me



Use code "JAN17" for 10% off sale items.

sorry meant to saw i noticed that after posting but you bet me to it

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.

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.

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

LetoKynes

Another option worth considering is to get a bike shop to pack (or do it … 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.

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Any better backpack under £50 than this Camelbak? For MTB plus occasional commuter ? Thank you

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.

piotrluk24

http://www.sportsdirect.com/camelbak-octane-18x-795037?colcode=79503703&awc=5374_1485288676_41fb70a7cded4f69e79ef07fdea984e7&utm_source=Affiliatewindow&utm_medium=Affiliates&utm_campaign=awin Any better backpack under £50 than this Camelbak? For MTB plus occasional commuter ? Thank you


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)

mcrobbj

Quite expensive for something that carries little more than a bladder … 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

mcrobbj

I doubt it would work for a MTB, no fork cover and it doesnt look long … 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.

jouster

comes up as 99.99 for me


do you even cycle bro?


rodman

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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