Bike travel case

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marathon50
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by marathon50

Going to invest in a bike travel case for Summer trip to do The Marmotte.
Any suggestions? Have a Time nxr with translink seatpost. Want a case
with as little work as possible. Looking strongly at the Scicon Aerocomfort 2
tsa any one using this and experiences, anything else worth looking at.
Thanks

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StradaJon
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by StradaJon

I have used and we rent a Bike Box Alan bike box. It is sturdy, easy to pack and move loaded. The caster wheels are liable to damage if the box is dropped by handlers at the airport but are fairly easy to replace.
Strada Hand Built Wheels
http://www.stradawheels.co.uk

sgray
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by sgray

I really like the Bikn'd, very well designed.


crohnsy
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by crohnsy




Clearly I'm sold based on the website alone...... :roll: :thumbup: :smartass:

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PoorCyclist
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by PoorCyclist

crohnsy wrote:



Clearly I'm sold based on the website alone...... :roll: :thumbup: :smartass:



Text review

http://www.competitivecyclist.com/za/CC ... 6start%3D0

Video
http://youtu.be/UBcAZe5zpfo

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