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Evoc Extra Large Bike Travel Bag

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The EVOC BIKE TRAVEL BAG XL is our transport case if more space is needed. The bike bag for Plus- and Fat Bikes is the mobile alternative for storage to a bike box with maximum protection for frame, wheels and other components - whether for bike shipping or flying.​


Specs:

  • Capacity: 320L
  • Weight: 9.6kg
  • 143 x 42 x 84 cm (outside dimensions)
  • 134 x 39 x 79 cm (inside dimensions)
  • Fits Plus- and Fat Bikes
  • Separate Wheel Compartments
  • Collapsible to: 143 x 41 x 28 cm
  • Maximum wheelbase: 125 cm incl. handlebar- and fork protection block (130 cm without handlebar- and fork protection block)

Features:

  • business card pocket
  • skate wheel replaceable
  • zipper lock
  • collapsible
  • fat bike
  • Variable Frame Fixation Equipment (VAFFE)
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