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EVOC Travel Bag Pro bag hire

Pedal On are an authorised EVOC bike bag hire centre and have a number of Travel Bag Pro bike bags available for hire.

The BIKE TRAVEL BAG PRO is a high end solution for safe and easy bike transport. Based on a moulded bottom case with an extra wide monocoque wheel chassis with smooth running skate wheels and front-to-end aluminium side rails it offers the maximum in protection and travelling comfort.

310 litre capacity, 10kg (including Clip-On Wheel + BIKE STAND), 147 x 36 x 85 cm (Inside 136 x 27 x 80 cm)
Longer maximum wheelbase: 130cm
Collapsible to 147 x 36 x 22 cm for easy storage

Fits most: Cross Country-, All Mountain-, Enduro-, Freeride-, Downhill- Bikes up to 29", Gravel-, Road-, and Triathlon-Bikes
External, separate wheel compartments with disc protection

*Includes bike stand, clip on wheel and frame pad.

EVOC Travel Bag Pro bag hire
How to book

To reserve your EVOC Travel Bag Pro Bike Bag please call the store on 0118 9821021.

Daily rate: £6.50 (whole day or part thereof)
Deposit: £100

When collecting the bag you will be required to present photo ID (Passport or driving licence) and a proof of address (Driving licence or household utility bill dated in the last 3 months).

Please note: The EVOC Travel Bag Pro is a market leading bike travel bag and offers excellent protection for your bicycle. However, Pedal On and EVOC accept no responsibility for damage which may occur during transit. It is your responsbility to ensure your bicycle is packed into the bag in such a way that potential damage is minimised and we strobngly recommend you ensure your bicycle for travel.

How to pack your bike

Using a great bag like the EVOC Travel Bag Pro is the first stage in safely packing your bike for travel but every bike will be different and it's always important to remember that protecting parts from eachother inside the bag is as important as the external protection the bag offers.

You can find some good pointers on GCN's How To video here:

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