Bike Travel Bags
BIKE TRAVEL BAGS
Scicon Aerocomfort 3.0 series
Everyone knows that as a cyclist, your bicycle is your pride and joy, and deserves to be protected wherever your cycling adventures may take you. Next time you travel, make sure your bike is well protected by choosing a well-designed and strongly built bike travel bag or hard case. Choosing the correct bicycle bag or hard case for your travel needs doesn’t have to be daunting, check out our handy blog post on things to look for when choosing your bike travel bag to help you choose the most appropriate bike travel bag for your needs. If you decide to order a bike travel bag from us, here are your options:
SCICON AEROCOMFORT 3.0 BIKE TRAVEL BAG
The Aerocomfort 3.0 series is the world’s most popular bike travel bag. Used by professional teams around the world, it is the only bike bag that you can pack in under 5 minutes! Available in road, tri and MTB to suit your bike. Simply remove the wheels, attach the frame to the bike defender and you are ready to go! This means if your bike has been professionally fitted you will not have to make any adjustments to your seat post or handlebars! Did we mention it is also one of the lightest bike bags on the market at only 8kg? It offers superior protection with shock absorbent plastic strategically around vulnerable areas. The high quality wheel design makes this bike bag super easy to manoeuvre.
SHOP AEROCOMFORT 3.0
SCICON AEROTECH HARDCASE
BIKE HARD CASE
The Aerotech hard case offers superior protection with a strong outer shell that absorbs shock and impacts very efficiently. This is definitely the most protective option available, however the trade-off for additional protection is more added weight, as well as taking up more space due to the rigid nature of a hard case.
The number one purpose of a bike bag should always be the protection of the precious cargo inside, for this reason a buyer should always be sure to go for a bag that uses thick protective padding throughout the design, or even consider a hard case to be extra safe. A high quality bag should also include protective padded inserts, and shock absorbent lateral shields to protect the frame and wheels of the bike. Bikes also have many fragile components such as the rear derailleur, which needs to be protected – a high quality bike bag should offer dedicated protection for these components.
Our top of the range Scicon 3.0 Range and Aerotech Hard case range offers all of the above mentioned protective elements, which is why SCICON is trusted by professional cycling teams around the world to carry their bikes safely to their destination. You can view some of these teams here
EASE OF PACKING
The second, but just as important element of a great bike travel bag is the ease of packing your bike. Many bicycle bags on the market require the bike to be completely disassembled, which is not only time-consuming and inconvenient, but impractical when you are on the move or on your way to a cycling event.
One of the key selling points of the Scicon Aerocomfort range is the fact that you can have your entire bike packed in under 8 minutes. Simply remove the wheels and fix the frame of the bike onto the frame defender, and pack your wheels! The handlebar and seat can stay right where they are, this means no bike setup is needed at your next event.
A very important aspect when buying a bike travel bag which is often forgotten is whether the bag features ergonomic wheels that help with the transport of the bike from A to B.
The last thing you want is to carry your bike on a shoulder strap from the car to the airport, or even worse from the airport to the cycling event.
Prospective buyers need to consider that the 6-8kg weight of a bike travel bag in addition to a bicycle can become particularly burdensome to move around without any wheels over a prolonged period of time.
Australian Air carrier rules
Travelling to a cycling event in Australia? Make sure you are aware of the latest luggage rules when travelling with your bike travel bag in australia here:
The below information is accurate at time of publishing, please refer to updated information from the airline carrier directly before flying.